Long Term Residential Addiction Program that Works

Burning Tree, a long-term residential drug and alcohol treatment program, continues its work with addicts and alcoholics getting results with some of the most complicated addictions.

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I was what people call nowadays a chronic relapser and I need lots of structure and accountability over a longer term treatment experience, 8 year Alumni.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 24, 2011

Burning Tree, a long-term residential drug and alcohol treatment program, continues its work with addicts and alcoholics getting results with some of the more complicated addictions.

Burning Tree has been working with complicated addicted individuals for more than 10yrs, specializing in the treatment of chronic relapsers in a long term residential setting in Texas. They have been able to help establish permanent recovery for some of the most severe relapse cases, believing a comprehensive treatment approach is one of the most important elements in getting permanent results.

β€œFor me 30 days was just not long enough.” Said, 8 year alumni of Burning Tree,” I have spent a tremendous amount of time in quality shorter term addiction treatment centers around the United States, they all had good programs and some successes but I was not one of them. I was what people call nowadays a chronic relapser and I need lots of structure and accountability over a longer term treatment experience. This is who they help at Burning Tree.”

The need for longer stays in treatment centers has become evident over the past decade as more treatment centers now have 90 day treatment tracks and extended care programs. Burning Tree takes pride in being a pioneer of the long term drug rehabilitation approach and has helped several other treatment centers institute some of their techniques.

Burning Tree has two long term drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment facilities located near Dallas and Austin, Texas, and are licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Further information on substance abuse treatment go to http://www.BurningTree.com . You can contact the admissions department at (866) 287-2877.

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