Newark OH Alcohol Drug Rehab Launches Additional Substance Abuse Treatment Program

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Understanding the power of drugs and alcohol that take a person from functioning to broken helps when beginning to heal, and there is help available. Call 740-552-4329 for a free consultation.

Newark OH Alcohol Drug Rehab is launching an additional substance abuse treatment program for adults and adolescents caught up in the spiral of drug addiction in Newark.

People believe that simply using a little marijuana, cocaine, heroin, prescription pill medication or another substance helps make life easier. But there are so many people passing by on streets or living alone that consider their drug dealer as the best friend they have in life. They see no bright future ahead of themselves. Life moves from one drug to another, destroying families, businesses and relationships. It is pitiful.

The additional substance abuse treatment program in Newark OH remains true to the core 12-step recovery model. It has been proven to work more times than not based on the facility's track record. Yet this program provides a chance to let adults and adolescents grab a source of awareness about the pain and agony of drug addiction. These awareness pieces happen when in individual or group therapy. One reason might be they finally are able to grasp how much destruction their lives have caused others, then decide to change. The drug rehab offers classes on eating better, understanding addiction, and prayer and meditation. All of these pieces provide individuals a solid base to reclaim their lives.

Our counselors, therapists and experienced medical staff understand that life outside of treatment will be different. The center makes sure each person that leaves has a solid aftercare plan in place, filled with meetings, personal development work, and a commitment to make 12-step meetings part of their lives.

Click here for more information on Newark OH Alcohol Drug Rehab. For a free consultation, call 740-552-4329.

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