How Addiction Recovery Program Helps You Recover?

Essentially, recovery is a complex and dynamic process encompassing all the positive benefits to physical, mental and social health that can happen when people with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, or their family members, get the help they need.

Addiction is a treatable disease. Research in the science of addiction and the treatment of substance use disorders has led to the development of evidence-based interventions that help people stop abusing drugs and resume productive lives.

Benefits of Addiction Recovery Program:

  • Can significantly reduce or virtually eliminate cravings
  • Simple outpatient procedure
  • Customized counseling program
  • Effective, efficient, private and confidential
  • Virtually no time away from work or family
  • Uses non-addictive medication

Millions of people across the nation struggle with addiction and suffer the indignities of the disease. The complex nature of addiction requires treatment to be comprehensive. Effective treatment must address the psychosocial, behavioral, and medical/physical factors inherent in addiction.



Clearly one of the deadliest and catastrophic disease epidemics in our country, opiate abuse has been increasing exponentially over the past decade. The rapid acceleration of this monstrous addiction is due, in part, to irresponsible regulatory oversight, inappropriate prescription practices, and profit-seeking


With the staggering social, psychological, physical, emotional, economic, criminal, and spiritual toll that alcohol abuse has on so many suffering individuals and families, it is understandable why this disease is one of the costliest epidemics in our country. Treatment for this chronic disease of the brain circuitry has been altogether ineffective for the majority of sufferers. Can you imagine a chronic disease in our society where the treatment has been virtually unchanged since 1935?


  • More than 10 percent of U.S. children live with a parent with an alcohol problem
  • Each year in the United States, nearly 85,000 people die from alcohol-related causes, making it the third leading preventable cause of death in our country.
  • CDC estimates that Alcohol Abuse cost the US economy $224 billion dollars per year, costlier that both Cancer and Obesity.


  • Dementia, stroke and neuropathy
  • Cardiovascular problems, including myocardial infarction, cardiomyopathy, atrial fibrillation and hypertension
  • Psychiatric problems, including depression, anxiety, and suicide
  • Social problems, including unemployment, lost productivity, family problems, violence including child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, fights, homicide, sexual misconduct and STDs
  • Unintentional injuries, such as motor-vehicle traffic crashes, falls, drowning, burns and firearm injuries.
  • Increased risk for many kinds of cancers, including liver, mouth, throat, larynx (voicebox) and esophagus
  • Liver diseases, including fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, cirrhosis
  • Gastrointestinal problems, including pancreatitis and gastritis

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