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We offer hope when it is needed the most. Do not hesitate to call us today. Make a Donation. A host of clinically driven treatment options are available that follow a recovery-oriented model. Millions of people in the United States are affected by mental health issues each year. In National Recovery Month is a national observance held every September to promote and support new evidence-based treatment and recovery practice. The emergence of a strong and proud recovery community and […].
I look forward to successfully completing this program and coming back to speak to the girls that will be here who will be in need of a positive message. I saw this program dealt with parenting, anger management, trauma, psychological and physiological issues, and one-on-one counseling. I was happy to know that they provided yoga as well.
The counselors work with the clients to set up a treatment plan to fit my needs and addiction. As a result, I am given workbooks, attend specific groups related to my recovery, and weekly meetings to go over what I have learned. I love that I have so much to do and look forward when I have downtime.
Today, I have a life worth living. The program helped me see a way out of addiction.
I am thankful for All Ro at JBRC because they gave me the tools to help me navigate my addiction and also give me the opportunity to give back and help others. That to me is most important part of helping myself. They made me a better person. You made me believe in myself and I feel good about myself where before I never felt good.
They gave me what drugs and alcohol could never promise me — piece of mind and greater self-worth. JBRC has gave me my life back. JBRC also introduced me to this wonderful group called All Ro Recovery which is a great program in itself because they also teach you more about your addiction as well as yourself as an individual, and they help you get ready to deal with life. Before coming to this program, I was a broken mess.
I lost everything, including custody of my precious children. I had lost all faith and was completely hopeless. Most importantly, I have learned that forgiveness is a huge part of recovery. Letting go of the past have made room for spiritual growth. Spirituality has been a sensitive subject for me but being here has opened my mind and allowed me to connect with my Higher Power. This entire experience has been humbling. I am grateful to have another chance at recovery.
And processing my problems instead of acting out on them! Today I can truly say I am grateful to be here working on myself and also my problems. I would much rather be here in treatment working on my problems and myself and preparing myself for when I complete treatment!
But I started to realize that this thing called recovery was going to take a lot of hard work, patience, and the change was going to be uncomfortable. There were plenty of times I wanted to leave, but my counselor talked some sense into me and made me look at the bigger picture. I needed some structure in my life and someone to talk to who could understand me, which is exactly what my counselor was there for. After being at John Brooks for about two months I really started to dig in and learn more about myself and notice the changes I needed to make. I started experimenting with alcohol and drugs at My older friends introduced me to harder drugs and criminal activity.
At 29, I tried opiates and fell in love. I was in and out of detox and trying to get clean at I overdosed for my last time at age 36 before ing onto drug court. I completed my first long-term program in I found myself back in jail again prior to coming to JBRC. I came here in June with an open mind, open heart, and positive attitude, ready to do the work. I am 39 years old.
I have been struggling with addiction for 20 years. It has been a long hard road and I never really saw me recovering. Basically, I was broken down and hopeless. For once in my life I want to recover. I had my first drink of alcohol at At 17, I was pregnant and got married. My going away to college ended. But I loved being a mom. At 21, my dad died suddenly, and I was getting divorced. I found a wonderful man and married him. We worked hard and raised our children. Eventually bought our dream home and a few years ago he became sick with heart disease and died last year.
I ended up hospitalized due to my drinking. My family said I needed professional help, so I did it for them. Here at John Brooks, the counselors showed me how to identify my character defects and deal with them, look for my triggers and have a plan to prevent relapse. But being here has taught me how to live. Over 50 Years of Dedicated Service. Learn More. Our Programs A host of clinically driven treatment options are available that follow a recovery-oriented model.
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