What Addiction Treatment Centre is right for You?
Many questions come up when choosing which addiction treatment facility may be right for you or your loved ones. There are many places and choices of where, when and how long to go for help to overcome your struggles with addiction. To help you decide we would suggest contact people who may have gone through treatment, or phone and talk to someone from whichever facility you are looking into and ask many questions to find out if they can help or refer you to someone who can.
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Questions to ask if you are considering going to an addiction treatment centre:
- How close to home do you want to be?
- Do you want to start your road to recovery in a new environment, far from friends and triggers?
- Do you want a typical addiction treatment institution, or something different?
- Do you want a program tailored to your specific needs?
- Do you want to be treated like an adult, and allowed to enjoy the gifts life has to offer while in treatment?
- Do you want to be confined to the amenities of the facility? Or do want the beach, sports and fun on your journey to recover?
Always Hope is not your typical addiction treatment facility, we want to help teach those struggling with an addiction that there is many great things to enjoy in life without the use of any mind-altering substances. We have a great addiction counsellor to provide one-on-one counselling and help you learn about the 12-step program that has saved many lives. But we also want to make the process “fun”, a word that doesn’t usually come to mind when you think about going to “rehab”. You will learn how to deal with life on life’s terms. You will be treated as a member of our family and learn how to enjoy the little things in life while clean and sober. We want to keep you integrated in regular society so that when it is time to leave you aren’t frightened about the freedoms and possible triggers that await you. You will have learned and gained the strength to say “no” to any unhealthy things or people you encounter.