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Monday, January 26, 2009

Alcohol Detox Center

"Addiction of alcohol is really hard to stop" , that is what a friend told me when I ask her to stop drinking. She had no will to do it that is why she is hooked on drinking everyday. I know, there are so many other individuals out there who is like her but is seeking for a change in their lifestyle. An alcohol detox center is a place so challenging for a person and it takes courage to enter into treatment. Pat Moore Foundation offers men and women the reassuring combination of a comfortable home-like atmosphere with an effective, proven treatment program on a co-ed campus. From detoxification with their medical director, to stabilization, to relapse prevention and finally to the learning of new life skills and support and counseling for family members. They believe it is important for their residents to have a solid foundation in recovery before moving on to live on their own. They offer gender-specific residential treatment. The residential treatment program offers men and women the opportunity to maintain a regular schedule, attend groups, participate in 12-step and other optional faith-based meetings, work with case managers one-on-one, fellowship and bond with the other residents and learn how to live a life without alcohol and drugs. I hope my friend and others like her would take the courage to seek treatment. Check this site, it will surely save a life.

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