When it comes to addiction. an addict is either actively using or actively recovering, there is no in between. If you have truly had enough misery from drugs or alcohol recovery can give you the gift of a daily reprieve from addiction, but you must want it. You have to decide to get sober for yourself not your wife, your kids or your parents. We won’t sugarcoat this part; recovery is hard work, but it is very much worth it. It’s also much easier than actively using, as that in itself is a full-time job. Being able to wake up in the morning with a clear head and knowing you don’t have to drink or use is a serene feeling. You too can have that peace in your life and at Edge Recovery, we can help you get there.
Despite what you may hear on the streets, addiction is a disease. An addict’s brain functions differently than a non-addict. When an addict takes a drink or drug compulsion takes over and they become unable to stop using said drink or drugs. For this reason, it is paramount that treatment gets to the root cause of addiction. At Edge Recovery, we do just that. Together, you and a therapist will get down to the reason that is causing you to use and develop coping skills that will allow you to handle life on life’s terms without picking up again.
A crucial aspect of honest recovery includes successfully completing the 12 steps of AA/NA with a knowledgeable sponsor. In our treatment program, we place a large emphasis on 12 step education, in fact, this is the backbone of our entire program. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are vital to recovery as addicts that work a vigorous and honest program rarely fail. Some of the programs we offer our clients in treatment include:
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Relapse Prevention Education
- Life Coping Skills
- 12-Step Education
- Family Programs
- After Care Help
Recovery is hard work, but you truly get out of it what you put in. Sobriety is also a much simpler lifestyle than actively using. The first step towards recovery involves admitting you have a problem and asking for help. Addiction is a cunning and baffling disease that can be impossible to overcome on your own. Asking for help isn’t easy, but where there is silence, addiction lives. Picking up that phone and calling our treatment facility might just be the most important phone call of your life.
If your life has become unmanageable due to drugs and alcohol, we can help you find purpose and live a much more meaningful existence through sobriety. Our treatment facility has helped 1,000s of addicts reclaim their life from the sharp talons of addiction and we can help you as well. If you are looking for compassionate addiction treatment in Coral Springs, we highly encourage you to call Edge Recovery today!