If you’re investing in a family member’s health and happiness, you’ll need to make sure you’re making the right decision for your Chelsea alcohol and drug dependence rehabilitation center. While the smartest choice may still be to call our hotline advisors so they can discuss your individual needs, checking out the reviews and ratings on some of the addiction treatment centers near you is another good way to start.
They are informal, they care, they explain options None that I observed I can say that the treatment did work. They have group meetings and give you the basic skills called "tools" that you have to apply in your life. Its easier to be abstinence in a controlled environment but when you leave there coming back to the real world, there is where the dangers lie and you have to use those tools. You have to be ready to change but this has to be done for you, not your child, loved ones etc. It will not work if its not for you....when you get to THAT place in your life it goes like this WE ARE HERE BECAUSE THERE IS NO REFUGE FINALLY FROM OURSELVES, UNTIL A PERSON SHARES THEIR SECRETS, THEY HAVE NO SAFETY FROM THEM. AND BEGIN TO GROW, NOT AS THE GIANT OF OUR DREAMS OR THE DWARFS OF OUR FEARS, BUT AS A PERSON, A PART OF A WHOLE. BY THIS WE CAN TAKE ROOT AND GROW. THEN WE CAN LIVE.
Staff that actually cares about the patients. Affiliated with Indian Rivers Mental Health. Outside of the fact that the program is only 28 days, (I think it should be longer) I don't feel it has any weaknesses. First of all, rehab only works for those who want it to. That being said, any woman sincere about her recovery, would truly benefit from AWP and what their staff has to offer. The groups are small enough that one on one counseling is given to each patient, as well as the group sessions. I left there with a much higher feeling of self-worth, as well as confidence in my ability to overcome my addictions.
There is a big need for this treatment..for myself included. I've observed it first hand. I try to stay willing to all options in my life. It was totally different..in a good way though. It saved my life.