L.A. Times Says Longer Stay in Drug Rehab Equals "Lasting Solution"

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Shari Roan of the L.A. Times writes that longer stays in drug rehab result in less chance for relapse. In conjunction Florida Drug Rehab - Ambrosia Treatment Center announces their extended stay treatment program.

Recent reporting by L.A. Times contributor Shari Roan, suggests that longer stays in drug rehab programs and addiction treatment centers prevent relapse. The more intensive the rehab, the less likely a relapse. Twelve-Step Programs like those at Ambrosia Treatment Center achieve even greater results when pared with in-patient housing. The Relapse Prevention system is most effective in treating alcoholism and at least as effective as other methods in treating drug addiction, eating disorders and compulsive gambling.

Ambrosia Treatment Center is proud to announce their most intensive in-patient program which typifies relapse prevention measures and delivers high success rates and low relapse rates. Ambrosia Treatment Center now employs several innovative processes directed at treating addiction and preventing relapse from the very first day of admission, including non-verbal therapies such as recreation therapy, art therapy, music therapy, or dance (movement) therapy to provide the client with alternative means of self-expression and problem resolution; Employment or educational support services to assist clients in becoming financially independent; and life skills training such as anger management, communication skills, employability skills, problem solving, recovery training, decision-making, relationship skills, and symptom management.

The professionals at Ambrosia have spent years perfecting the drug rehab experience, always with the end goal of preventing relapse in mind. They are one of the most respected centers in the Port St. Lucie and central Florida areas. For additional information on the AMBROSIA TREATMENT CENTER and drug abuse treatment please call 1-866-616-0069 or visit http://www.ambrosiatreatmentcenter.com.


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