When you are putting money into your health, your future and your family’s wellbeing, you should make sure you’re making the best decision for your Valparaiso drug and alcohol abuse recovery clinic. While the most prudent way to go may still be to talk to our helpline advisors so they can discuss your personal requirements, seeing how others have reviewed or rated some of the addiction rehabilitation facilities in or around you is another great place to get started.
Focused on self accountability for success or failure and they provide you with all the tools to do either, if you fail, you did not use all the tools available to you. The only weakness I saw was not really a flaw, but a preference. When you are withdrawing from drugs, I feel caffeine is a vice, but not an addiction and they would not allow caffeinated products in facility. They took in my son, who has now been clean and sober for 120 days! The first time in over 20 years he has stayed clean and on the right path. They teach them skills to cope, they are blunt with the patients and make them look at who is responsible for their addiction and who is the one that can end it. (only themselves) They were strict and structured and helped him in every way they could. He has never succeeded before ad has tried, this place works! I have referred others there and will continue to do so. I wasn't there 24/7, but whatever they are doing...it works!
She was going through some very hard times; she had legal issues and an abusing relationship as well. Therefore, the 30 day program did as much as they could under the circumstances.
St. Monica\'s saved my life. Their program was very effective for me in my recovery. There are always staff that people may not mesh with but overall, I loved all the women and staff that helped me learn to live a better life. I am now back in the community providing services to many others who are dealing with the disease of addiction and I am beyond grateful to St. Monicas for making all of this possible. I sincerely hope all of the women who have been residents at St. Monica\'s since my leaving (2021) have all found the support and education they needed to live free from addiction. <3