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There’s a lot of confusing information out there about drug and alcohol addiction. We know it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to do. We’re here to help you navigate the process and provide support along the way.

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There is Hope

You probably have a lot of questions about what steps to take.  The first thing to understand is that addiction is a chronic disease, meaning there's no quick fix. It has to be managed over a lifetime. But that doesn’t mean that people can’t get well.

Addiction is a serious, potentially life-threatening chronic illness.  But, like other chronic diseases – such as diabetes, hypertension or asthma – there is hope for a long and meaningful life of wellness. 

And, like other chronic diseases, there’s usually a period when the sick person gets treatment, counseling or some other short-term help, and they begin to unlearn old habits and learn new ones.

With drug and alcohol addiction, these repeated, short-term treatments are rarely enough to put someone on a lifelong path of sobriety and wellness.  Especially for those who’ve lived with untreated addiction for a long time.

It's a Journey

These changes in life course take a while to take hold.  For most suffering from addiction, this is a rocky road marked by both progress and a recurrence of symptoms (or relapse).  For some, this shaky period of early recovery may last weeks or months.  For others, it may last years. 

Here’s what we know.  There are millions of Americans who have survived drug and alcohol addiction. They are living full lives free of any of the disease’s awful symptoms.  There is hope.  It not only can be done.  It is being done across the country and by thousands in this community. 

We’re here to help you navigate the journey.