SUMMER/FALL 2018 NEWSLETTER

LIRA Introduces 12 to 12 Telephone and Text Recovery Support Service

In January, LIRA was awarded a mini grant through OASAS and The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene and launched a new Telephone & Text Recovery Support line targeting youth and young adults. The LIRA young people’s committee came up with this innovative first of its kind reciprocal, telephone communication network for individuals in recovery seeking support. The initial pilot project was staffed by Recovery Support Specialists (RSS): Conor Mulvaney, Jenny Von Lang, Joe Cavallo, and Kelly Marie Serrano. 12 to 12 has since trained a group of volunteers to help staff and strengthen the service. You can reach a 12 to 12 RSS rep Mon-Sun 12PM to 12AM at 844-551-1212.

THRIVE RECOVERY CENTER

Continues to exceed expectations and shatter predictions. With a robust schedule of events, activities, and groups THRIVE has raised the bar in becoming the gold standard for recovery centers in New York; leading the way through a collaborative effort by founding partners LIRA, FCA, FIST, and LICADD in conjunction with a dedicated staff and team of volunteers. Come on down to 1324 Motor Parkway, Suite 102 and see why we are thriving on Long Island!

Above, LIRA hosted an All Recovery Night of Gratitude on Thanksgiving Saturday which generated over 140 attendees.

ROCK N RECOVERY X

Please join us this year on Friday, September 28, 2018 at 7 PM at St. Peters in Huntington Station as we celebrate National Recovery Month with our flagship event. Please consider a sponsorship level, donation or door prize. For more information on the event or to donate, click here to view this section of our website.

LICAN COVENANT GROWS

LIRA continues to work together with the other member organizations under the LICAN umbrella in an effort to add sorely needed resources to the Long Island battle against opioids. To that end there are ongoing discussions with state officials, hospitals and health systems. One goal is to partner and elevate and expand access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with accompanying recovery support services. Many thanks to Dr. Leslie Marino for lending her experience and spearheading the MAT collaborative in Suffolk County and for her efforts to train physicians in the administration of MAT. Kudos to LICAN lead organizer Joe Morris for coordinating the overall opioid response effort amongst LICAN organizational congregations and LIRA with support from school districts, the medical community and local government leaders too.

LICAN annual meeting of organizational leaders in Plainview.

ANNUAL NY STATE RECOVERY CONFERENCE

FOR-NY and ASAP hosted our conference in Albany once again this August. More than 500 attended the biggest and best conference yet.

Over 500 attended the 3rd Annual FOR-NY Recovery Conference.

Below LIRA participated in the OASAS pre-conference Institute, coordinating the Multiple Pathways to Recovery presentation.

LEGISLATIVE NEWS

The Patient Brokering Bill aimed at unscrupulous individuals holding themselves out as interventionists or recovery coaches and taking advantage of families in crisis, was signed into law by Governor Cuomo and several other initiatives including the creation of an ombudsman to investigate complaints about access to treatment passed and were codified. We can expect the first recovery high school in New York to open shortly and additional action on recovery housing and improved access to care. We will continue to press for treatment and recovery on demand.

On the federal level LIRA continues to work with other groups around the country with our focus on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC to advance a robust legislative and funding package. The House passed HR-6 which included more than 50 separate bills geared to combat addiction and support prevention, treatment, and recovery. The package of bills is currently in the US Senate and we are hopeful a vote will occur by mid-September.

FACES & VOICES of RECOVERY

The nation’s leading recovery voice since 2001 continues to lead the way at the federal level.

Faces and Voices Board retreat 2018: Chairman Richard Buckman from Long Island passed the baton to Rev. Jan Brown of Virginia

The Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO) a Faces and Voices of Recovery initiative now boasts 104-member organizations in 40 states. ARCO was formed by Faces and Voices back in 2012 as a way to connect existing and emerging communities of recovery. The initial framework was designed to focus on regional work with board representatives from SAMHSA and the ATTC’s. ARCO has since shifted to individual state focus by RCO’s for greater local impact.

Attendees at the ARCO Leadership Academy ALA July Wash. DC

ARCO is now a well-known entity on the national stage with a potent presence and a powerful voice. ALA attendees joined the FAVOR board and staff for the Annual America Honors Recovery (AHR) Gala at the Hyatt Regency in Washington DC. Long-time friend Tom Hill served as MC as America paid tribute to outstanding individuals including Walter Ginter of the MARS project in the Bronx and Tonya Wheeler of Advocates for Recovery in Denver, Colorado.

ROCK N RECOVERY IX in Deer Park 2017

LIRA’s 9th Annual Rock N Recovery celebration took place in Deer Park in September 2017. An estimated 275 came out to help celebrate National Recovery Month. The evening featured some delicious food and great music by Get Your Groove on DJ. Over $2,000 in prizes were given away thanks to our generous donors and sponsors. LIRA recognized Nora Milligan as our Friend of Recovery Award recipient in 2017. Nora, an outstanding advocate in dual roles as a parent and person in recovery, has been a visible and vocal presence on the local landscape and in Albany. Congratulations! LIRA also presented two separate Recovery Community Scholarship Awards of $500.00 each to Denise Alba & Donna DeBiase. Denise, a LIRA trained Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA), has made significant contributions as a volunteer and is deeply committed to helping others. Donna has been a loyal supporter and introduced us to her creative expression, A2R magazine in 2016. The two initial editions featured LIRA prominently and she has devoted time and publicity to promote other local not-for-profits on Long Island. Congratulations Denise and Donna! The cumulative total of our RCSA giving stands at $9,500 since the onset of the awards.

Above are Donna & Board members Edmond and Elsie to the right.

Rock N Recovery continues to provide a venue for many of our folks including dozens currently in treatment to participate with others and learn to socialize without the use of alcohol or other drugs. The value of this experience in early recovery cannot be emphasized enough.

Many sponsors and supporters donated funds, and prizes and again helped make our annual event possible at no cost. A huge thank you for all the support! A complete list of sponsors and donors is on the last page. We would like to acknowledge the following individuals for their volunteer efforts and service helping to make our annual event a huge success:

Monique Aguido, Tina Bruzzo, Richard Buckman, Joe Cavallo, Elsie Demers, Sue Ferraro, Edmond Hakimi, Eugenia Karahalias, Suzanne Loevner, Michelle Louzoun, Doreen Mazzei-Buckman, Conor Mulvaney, Jessica McNamara, Rev Debbie Nardozzi, Ed Olsen, Jean Shabkie-Fessenden, Jahnice Strange, and others.

Long Island’s United 3rd Annual Walk

The Walk for Hope & Recovery was held on September 24, 2017 at Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa. About 700 turned out for the hope and remembrance walk hosted by our community organizations including founding partners LIRA, FIST, LICADD and DFLI. The 2018 Walk is set for Heckscher Park in Huntington, September 30, 1 – 4 PM.

Friends of Recovery New York (FOR-NY)

Our statewide group continues to grow having helped to launch some 27 recovery community organizations across the state. We are thrilled to see this tremendous expansion of our recovery community statewide.

For many years, LIRA was the only RCO in NY State and we should have a sense of pride in our contributions to helping launch FOR-NY in 2008 and for staying the course and helping to sow the seeds of recovery statewide.
FOR-NY’s 9th Annual Standup for Recovery Day, was held in on March 6, 2018.
A new record-breaking crowd of over 1000 advocates from across the state made their way to Albany to join our rally in support of recovery in the morning, before meeting with their regional state lawmakers in the afternoon.

Some of the LIRA advocates at Empire State Plaza March 2018.

Above: Over 1000 advocates from across the state descended on Albany March 6, 2018 in our largest show of force to date!

Below: LIRA in the mix! Board members: Sue Ferraro, Rev Deb, Nardozzi, Eugenia Karahalias and Suzanne Loevner with banner.

LIRA Tidbits

Did you know LIRA was the first ever recovery Community Organization in New York State and helped to lay the groundwork for what has become a robust statewide movement?

LIRA has facilitated two CCAR Recovery Coach training academies so far this year and another is planned for later this year. In the last 18 months, LIRA has trained nearly 60 individuals and we have helped to place many graduates into paid positions after being contacted for recommendations by agencies across Long Island.

Recovery Coach training for Peer Advocates with LIRA at THRIVE 2018.

LIRA continued to provide other trainings as well including our own Advocacy training (in advance of our annual Albany trip), Our Stories Have Power-Recovery Messaging Training and the Science of Addiction Recovery (SOAR) from Faces and Voices of Recovery.

LIRA Meets on the first Tuesday of the month alternating meeting times and locations to include evening and morning meetings. We must support and invest in ourselves. Your generosity makes it possible for us to continue our educational and advocacy efforts.

Please support recovery from addiction with your generous gift. You can also donate on our web site www.lirany.org. You can like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

LIRA SPOTLIGHT

Conor Mulvaney was awarded a full scholarship to attend Adelphi University for his Bachelors of Social Work. Edmond Hakimi, in addition to marrying his lovely bride Gloria this past June, is heading up the brand new mobile recovery unit at CNG. Joe Cavallo is also a part of the team at CNG and will serve as a CRPA. We applaud this innovative initiative that brings opportunities to find recovery into areas of need in local communities. Ed Olsen was elected to the Board of Directors at FOR-NY. Congratulations to these outstanding LIRA representatives!

SUPPORT LIRA

For more than 18 and a half years, LIRA has advocated for the rights and needs of individuals in recovery, our family members, and all those impacted by addiction. LIRA’s good work continues to expand thanks to support from FOR-NY and NY State OASAS. Please support LIRA by making a tax-deductible contribution. There are two ways to donate: Write checks payable to LIRA and mail
to PO Box 653 Hicksville NY 11802, or online through this website!

Scroll of Honor Sponsors/Donors 2017

RECOVERY ANGELRECOVERY FRIEND – CONT’D
Restore Health & Wellness CenterRev. Debbie Nardozzi
RECOVERY CHAMPIONSCO Morningstar Communities
Ancestors Alive! GenealogySober Alliance Inc.
Friends of Recovery New YorkSusan & Edward Ferraro
RECOVERY AMBASSADORUnleash Your Full Potential Now
American Addiction CentersRECOVERY SUPPORTER
Bridge Back to LifeAngela Piccininni
Cornerstone Treatment Facilities NetworkArms Acres & Conifer Park
Drug Free Long IslandBob Swiatko
Ethan Heisler & Michelle LouzounBunger Surf Shop
Florida Center for RecoveryCarvel of Oceanside
Long Island Center for RecoveryClaire & Ed Olsen
Long Island Council on Alcohol & Drug Dependence (LICADD)Donna Russo – Parklane Jewelry
Quality Consortium of Suffolk CountyFrippery
Richard & Doreen BuckmanGlen’s Dinette
Seafield CenterGoodenough Personalized Gifts
Susan & Edward FerraroHome Instead of Alone, Inc.
RECOVERY ADVOCATEIn Memory of “William Hughes”
2000 Computer Solutions, Inc.Jahnice Strange
A & S Pork Store of East IslipJanice Talento
Carolyn & Bob MyersMarian & Nicholas Karahalias
Carolyn DonnellyMom’s Friend Randi
Coca Cola Bottling CompanyNew Grace Nail & Spa of East Islip
Families In Support of Treatment (F.I.S.T.)Panera Bread
Geisinger-Marworth Treatment CenterRev. Debbie Nardozzi
Get Your Groove on DJ EntertainmentTrinkets
In Loving Memory of Peter K. RuhryUnleash Your Full Potential Now
Lakeview HealthOTHER CONTRIBUTORS
LECSA EAPBabylon Bean
LI EAPA ChapterGino’s Pizza
Nina Massey & Al BuckmanSherry’s Market
Susanne LoevnerBethpage Nail & Spa
The Kenneth Peters Center for RecoveryCovergil Fashions
RECOVERY FRIENDDix Hills Diner
Bethpage Federal Credit UnionFaces & Fragrances
Bikers Against HeroinGlobal Planning Consultants Corp.
CN Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc.Irene Garone
Dr. Edmond Hakimi & Gloria YuryevKilwin’s
Elsie DemersMama Sbarro’s Pizzeria of North Babylon
Glenn Reiner & Annmarie GennattsioOlympic Diner
Healthy Alternatives in Babylon VillagePizzaiola of North Babylon
Home Instead of Alone, Inc.Shoprite of Bethpage
Janice TalentoStables Toymart & Garden Center
John BuckmanYes Community Counseling Center
Ken Lavery
Monsoon Steak & Sushi Restaurant

CHOOSING AN INPATIENT ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTER

In response to numerous questions and emails from individuals and families regarding inpatient treatment centers out of state and in New York, LIRA has created this objective resource guide as a community service. We do not endorse any particular inpatient center although we have received feedback on many. Our intention is for you to be well informed when you and your family make this important decision.

IS IT BEST TO CHOOSE A NEW YORK PROGRAM OR AN OUT OF STATE FACILITY, I HEAR CONFLICTING INFORMATION?

The need to seek treatment outside New York escalated in response to insurance company denials or limitations on inpatient length of stays and discriminatory practices. With legislative changes in recent years due to our collective advocacy efforts individuals are now permitted 14 days of inpatient treatment before insurers can conduct a utilization review.  As an ideal advocates support a minimum of 30 days for those in need of inpatient care.

There are other factors to consider. Why are you considering out of state treatment?  Often we hear my husband, son, daughter needs to be as far away from here as possible.  Sometimes being near home is the best or perhaps the only option, to be near supportive family etc. (or if there are probation or other legal restrictions). In other instances, a complete change of scenery is preferable or indicated. There are many quality programs located in New York and if you need assistance we can provide you with a host of options to choose from should you or your loved one opt to stay local and near home.

There are also many out of state providers that offer quality services. A number of out of state facilities have been adequately vetted and once again if you need direction we can provide you with a list of reputable programs to review if you decide to go that route. When making your decision we strongly suggest speaking to other individuals and families who have lived experience with in-state and out of state programs for a first-hand account. Be aware of freelance, “interventionist” type individuals soliciting business. Many families have experienced emotional turmoil and financial hardships due to unscrupulous and deceptive practices.

IS THE FACILITY LICENSED OR POSSESS AN OPERATING CERTIFICATE IN NEW YORK OR THE STATE OF OPERATION?

Most all reputable programs are licensed by the state or certified by the Single State Authority (SSA) in which they reside. In New York that agency is the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). Being licensed or certified does not mean the program is well regarded it does indicate that a minimum level of standard has been met which is a good baseline starting point. www.oasas.ny.gov.

IS THE PROGRAM/FACILITY ACCREDITED?

By either the Joint Commission (TJC) www.jointcommission.org or the Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) www.carf.org the two most widely recognized and reputable organizations with this review expertise.

WHY IS ACCREDITATION IMPORTANT?

Having this accreditation means the facility or program has undergone a rigorous, in depth examination of the quality of care and safety of the treatment and services and exceeds the minimal level of acceptable industry standards. There are no guarantees that this equates to a good experience but it does provide reasonable assurance and confirmation that a certain level of standards have been met.

HOW LONG IS THE PARTICULAR PROGRAM IN EXISTENCE? WHO ARE THE KEY PERSONNEL (MEDICAL AND CLINICAL PROFESSIONALS) ARE THEY CERTIFIED OR LICENSED?

While longevity can be a favorable indicator it is not a definitive predictor of quality treatment services rather another check off on a list of criteria that may help with making a final decision. Masters level clinicians with addiction specialization (CASAC, CAP, LADC) have become the standard indicating a superior level of expertise and related skill set. Check the facility web sites and look at the staff bios and background for a more in-depth look. There are also many fine counselors without an advanced degree.

WHAT TYPE OF PROGRAMMING IS OFFERED? ASK TO SEE A DAILY SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES.

A full day of activities including morning reflection, breakfast and chores are designed to help the individual begin to rebuild the structure of daily living (and prepare for a return to the workforce) which is often lost in an active addiction lifestyle. Ideally there will be a blend of educational classes, clinical groups, individual sessions and leisure activities in addition to access to mutual aid support meetings.

WHAT TYPE OF INSURANCES DOES THE FACILITY WORK WITH? DO THEY ACCEPT GOVERNMENT INSURANCE I.E. MEDICAID OR THE STATE EQUIVALENT?

In New York, most programs accept both private insurance and Medicaid. Out of state facilities are often “out of network” and may accept those benefits if applicable. They will not accept New York Medicaid although recently there are one or two programs who indiate they are now accepting NY Medicaid.

WHO HAS MEDICARE COVERAGE AND DOES THE PROGRAM ACCEPT MEDICARE?

Medicare health insurance coverage is typically associated with older individuals yet is also common for those with physical disabilities as well. Medicare generally covers only those addiction treatment services provided by a hospital based program and not free standing addiction treatment centers.

IF SELF-PAYING WILL THE FACILITY WORK WITH THE FAMILY ON A SLIDING SCALE BASED ON THEIR ABILITY TO PAY?

Most every program will accept self-paying clients and reputable facilities are usually willing to negotiate a reduced rate if warranted. Be sure to inquire if you’re interested and in need of a reduced fee option.

WHAT IF THE FAMILY DOES NOT HAVE INSURANCE OR THE ABILITY TO PAY, WHERE CAN THEY GO?

On Long Island, Charles K Post Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) in West Brentwood is a New York State OASAS operated program. The ability to pay is not a determining factor for admission. If you or your loved one is a NY State resident you are eligible provided there are no additional medical, psychiatric or clinical factors that would preclude admission. Should the need arise OASAS operates eleven additional ATC’s across New York State.

ARE THE TREATMENT PLANS INDIVIDUALIZED? HOW DOES THE FACILITY ENSURE THAT THIS PROCESS HAPPENS?

Some facilities have been known to use a cookie cutter format for all and will cut and paste one distinct goal and objectives for different clients on a treatment plan with 3 or 4 common ones to have it appear to be individualized. The client should always be involved in a participatory treatment planning process and able to input specifically on areas of need he/she think are relevant and would like to work on.

DOES THE FACILITY USE EVIDENCED BASED PRACTICES AS PART OF THE OVERALL CLINICAL APPROACH?

Evidenced based practices are desirable, and grounded in research which indicates they are effective in achieving the desired outcome. These best practices should be incorporated into clinical programming.

IS THERE A SPECIALIZED RELAPSE PREVENTION TRACT TO ASSIST THOSE WITH A MULTIPLE TREATMENT HISTORY?

Often there are unaddressed “wounds” or trauma, sometimes from childhood, unconsciously contributing to the relapse pattern. Frequently there is a direct correlation between the age at time of trauma and the beginning or escalation of substance use. A skilled clinician should be able to uncover these issues and make the connection. Trauma informed care is essential in effective treatment.

DOES THE FACILITY UTILIZE A TRAUMA INFORMED CARE APPROACH?

Some reports indicate more than one third of men and two thirds of women with substance use disorders have significant trauma in their backgrounds. There is a usually a connection between unresolved trauma and the inability to maintain abstinence or sustain recovery. Trained masters level clinicians will have effective methods in their skill sets including: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Thought Field Therapy (TFT) and Havening. All can help heal/resolve trauma.

IS THERE WOMEN’S SPECIFIC PROGRAMMING?

Women present with unique, gender specific needs including: motherhood and being frequent victims of domestic violence and other trauma. These clinical concerns may be addressed more appropriately and thoroughly supported in a women’s only therapeutic milieu.

DOES THE FACILITY DEMONSTRATE THE CAPACITY TO EFFECTIVELY TREAT YOUNG ADULTS (20-29) WHAT SPECIFIC PROGRAMS OR APPROACHES ARE UTILIZED?

The presence of this cohort in treatment centers has grown dramatically in recent years and clinical approaches should be inclusive and customized to meet this increased demand.

DOES THE FACILITY PROVIDE FAMILY SERVICES AND/OR ENGAGE THE FAMILY AS PART OF THE TREATMENT PROCESS?

Research shows involvement of the family may be a crucial component in a successful outcome. In person family sessions or phone conferences are helpful to keep the family updated and part of the process. Family members should also be encouraged to have their own recovery action plan as well.

WHO PARTICIPATES IN THE CONTINUING CARE PLANNING AND DISCHARGE SESSIONS?

Counselors, clients, case managers, family members, Employee Assistance Professional’s, union representatives, probation, child protective services and others may all be part of the process depending on the individual circumstances. Building in sufficient recovery supports for the post treatment period will help maximize the client’s chances for effecting positive change and sustaining recovery.

IF THERE IS AN UNAUTHORIZED USE OF PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES (RELAPSE WITH ALCOHOL/DRUGS) WHAT IS THE FACILITY POLICY? AUTOMATIC DISCHARGE? IS THERE A REFERRAL TO ANOTHER PROGRAM OR INDICATED LEVEL OF CARE?

Most programs will discharge the client administratively. While requiring the client to leave may be the prerogative, failure to provide an adequate referral is not good practice. Will the facility commit to notifying a family member (if legally permitted) should this situation arise?

OTHER QUESTIONS YOU MAY WANT TO ASK (IF APPLICABLE).

IS THERE EVIDENCE OF CULTURAL COMPETENCY AMONG STAFF?

Specialized tracts, bi-lingual and culturally diverse staff are desirable to ensure the needs of all clients can be adequately met. If applicable ask if staff are trained and well versed in culturally specific issues.

ARE THERE ANY OUT OF POCKET EXPENSES FOR THE CLIENT OR FAMILY?

Knowing this in advance can provide clarity in case the purchase of certain items is required or permitted and may help you during your facility selection process.

DOES THE FACILITY PERMIT THE REGULAR USE OF PERSONAL ELECTRONICS?

These items are usually prohibited to allow the individual to focus exclusively on treatment.

WHAT ARE THE TELEPHONE USE GUIDELINES?

Consensus is that limited phone access works best to minimize outside distractions.

DOES THE FACILITY HAVE VISITING DAYS OR HOURS?

Visiting can be therapeutic. Counselors and staff should review and approve visitor requests to screen out those who may have a detrimental effect on the clients’ treatment efforts. Visiting is typically limited to family members although exceptions are made, (sponsor, supportive boss, close friend etc.)

HOW LONG IS THE LENGTH OF STAY IN AN INPATIENT TREATMENT PROGRAM?

Treatment stays can vary widely and are typically subject to utilization review by the insurance company or managed care entity. In New York, a minimum of 14 days is now the law. (Subject to retrospective review to ensure medical necessity) Out of state stays can be longer with less insurance company involvement and may or may not be actual one facility inpatient treatment rather an apartment or house-style common living arrangement with transportation provided to the clinical programming.

DOES THE PROGRAM HAVE AN ALUMNI ORGANIZATION, HAVE REUNIONS OR HOLD ANNUAL EVENTS OR GATHERINGS?

Having others stay connected to the program upon discharge indicates a certain level of satisfaction with the facility and helps to promote a sense of pride and comradery amongst clients/alumni.

HOW DOES THE FACILITY FOLLOW-UP WITH CLIENTS POST DISCHARGE?

Regular follow-up contact is being embraced by more providers these days. These outreach efforts help individuals stay connected to recovery and are supportive. This type contact can assist individual alumni and reinforce recovery support whle this tracking can help programs monitor success rates which have become a focal point in a data driven outcome climate.

IS SMOKING PERMITTED?

All NY State OASAS certified programs are non-smoking facilities. Programs may have the ability to assist with smoking cessation efforts. Check directly with any out of state program for their smoking policies.

ARE THERE HOUSING OPTIONS AVAILABLE POST DISCHARGE, ARE SITE VISITS ALLOWED, WHO PROVIDES OVERSIGHT?

Safe, supportive housing is a crucial need for many and an important consideration in the recovery process. When preparing for this transition phase, having as much information as possible is advisable.

DOES THE FACILITY EMBRACE AND PROVIDE MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT (MAT) INCLUDING METHADONE?

Medication Assisted Treatment (Buprenorphine, Naltrexone etc.,) has become a leading evidenced based treatment option and a viable recovery pathway of choice for many with an opiate use history.

ARE THERE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR RELIGIOUS DEVOTION?

Some have abandoned their religious affiliation and commitments due to addiction. Reconnecting can be a source of healing, comfort and connectedness. Faith based recovery is another viable pathway.

ARE THERE REVIEWS OF THE PROGRAM AVAILABLE, TESTIMONIALS?

Hearing what others have to say may provide insight that can be helpful when making a selection.

We hope you find this infograph helpful. Choosing a treatment center can be confusing and intimidating, it does not have to be.

Additional questions? Contact Us.