Best Drug Rehabilitation Celebrates National Recovery Month
Anybody who has gone through the process of overcoming addiction can tell you, it isn’t easy. For many, it is the hardest thing that they have ever had to do. But, ask those same people if it was worth it, and they will always tell you that it was.
Recovery is possible, and recovery is worth it.
That’s what makes National Recovery Month so important. Every September, we observe National Recovery Month. Every year has a different theme. The theme of the 2016 Recovery Month is “Our Families, Our Stories, Our Recovery!”
In keeping with that theme, we wanted to share some of the stories of the thousands of people who have found a brighter and more productive way of life with the help of Best Drug Rehabilitation’s multi-modality addiction treatment program. These testimonials are proof that recovery from addiction is possible, no matter how bad things might seem.
“I found myself here. I found things that will make me happy again, without drugs.” – Ben M.
“Instead of running from my problems, they taught me how to confront them. I now deal with it instead of using drugs to cover them up.” – Cary H.
“My head’s in a great place. I feel really comfortable. I feel like I’m a lot more confident now. I’m aware of what’s going on.” – Raine P.
“It took me coming here to learn what alcoholism and drug abuse is. I can see it in myself.” – Isaac W.
“For someone like me who was on heroin as bad as I was, for me to have 12 years free from heroin, it can be done. It’s something that you have to work at. There is hope out there, you have to want it and be ready to make that change.” – Cerisse B.
We Celebrate Recovery with our Clients
These graduates also show how effective our treatment program for those struggling with addiction. We understand that every person we see is a unique individual, and that each patient will respond in a different way to any particular method of rehabilitation. They find a happier, healthier, and more positive way of life, and a sense of confidence and optimism for a brighter future.