Time To Act

Don’t Delay.

You can do this.

We understand how difficult this is and we’re here to help.

Many families find it hard to believe that their loved one is involved with drugs or alcohol, but it’s important not to ignore any warning signs.

Look for Signs and Symptoms

Typical signs and symptoms that someone you know is misusing drugs or alcohol?

1. Slurred speech.

2. Lying or keeping secrets.

3. Manipulating.

4. Stealing.

5. Making excuses.

6. Uncommunicative.

7. Angry and uncooperative.

8. Insomnia or long periods of sleep after insomnia.

9. Moody.

10. Inability to focus.

11. Demotivated.

12. Uncoordinated.

13. Messy appearance.

14. Poor Hygiene.

15. Burns on fingertips or clothes.

16. Track marks on arms or legs.

17. Avoiding eye contact.

18. Going out every night.

19. Clenching teeth.

20. Cash flow problems.

21. Car accidents and dents.

22. Dramatic weight loss.

23. Frequent illness.

24. Nosebleeds.

25. Runny nose.

26. Sweatiness.

27. Getting fired.

28. Loss of interest in hobbies.

Create A Safe Environment

We create a safe environment for your loved one to share their truth. We assure your loved one that he or she can always be honest here – without fear of ridicule, blame or reprisal.

Our alcohol and drug rehabilitation center uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as our primary treatment modality.

We use CBT because it’s the most effective therapeutic approach available.

We’ll help your loved one realize and understand why he or she is harming him or herself.

Our program gives your loved one the tools he or she needs to rise above their addiction and create a healthy and happy life.


We’re aware that your loved one could be hiding his or her true feelings out of fear, embarrassment, or some other reason, and we’re careful not to just take what he or she says at face value.

Whenever possible – we try to see things from your loved one’s point of view.

We acknowledge your loved one’s comments to show him or her that we’ve heard what he or she is saying.

We give nonverbal support and encouragement by nodding and smiling.

We remain attentive and ask for their opinion.

Addiction Treatment

No other therapeutic modality developed by any other rehabilitation center has proven itself more effective than Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

CBT consistently releases men and women from the tight grip of chemical dependency.

CBT is intensive therapy that reveals and repairs deep-rooted issues.

CBT helps students build self-respect, self-confidence and self-esteem.

We know of no other addiction treatment approach that produces better results.

That’s why we use it.

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