Burning Tree Fights Addiction in America

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Burning Tree, a long term addiction treatment center, announces it is taking the fight on addiction with its specialized Focus on chronic relapse being the key.

Focusing on chronic relapse key.

A residential drug rehab center in Texas announces it has been taking on the problem of addiction in America one user at a time. The facilities outside of Dallas and Austin operated by Burning Tree specialize in treating the individual who has repeatedly sought help elsewhere but not been able to break the cycle of chronic relapse. Unlike many other programs that may offer a “template” approach, Burning Tree’s success rate for treating individuals experiencing alcohol or chemical addictions stems from careful evaluation of each person’s needs followed by a long-term program designed specifically for him or her.

The long-term residential setting is a fundamental part of the program, allowing individuals to physically distance themselves from familiar people and places that may have contributed to the problems. With a physical distance in place, retraining one’s way of thinking, with the help of addiction specialists, becomes more likely. Burning Tree’s residential facilities in Texas provide that distance as a sanctuary to those who desire the help, whether they are from the Lone Star State or anywhere in the United States.

Addiction specialists at Burning Tree are trained and experienced in working with individuals overcome by addiction to alcohol, Meth, Cocaine, Heroin, and many other chemical substances. Long-term treatment is also available for individuals with a history of chemical dependence who may have been regular users of multiple drugs. In addition, Burning Tree is responding to one of the latest drug menaces in America, products labeled as “bath salts” but containing the stimulants mephedrone and methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV). These “bath salts” are sold legally in stores and online and marketed as not for human consumption. When snorted, smoked or injected, this highly addictive designer drug can produce results similar to using Meth and Cocaine, along with hallucinations, delusions and even psychotic episodes.

An integral part of the treatment available at Burning Tree’s residential facilities is the “dual diagnosis” approach to treating both chemical addiction behavior and mental disorders. The treatment is conducted as a long-term program to increase the chances of success. During the course of time, old patterns of addiction are gradually removed, allowing the new values, skill sets, and lifestyle of sobriety the time to become firmly established.

More information about the services at Burning Tree is available online at http://www.BurningTree.com or by phone at (866) 287-2877.


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Michael Smith