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What is the success rate?

What is the success rate of your program is a frequently asked question? It’s also a difficult one to answer honestly. Today was a classic example of how difficult it is to be honest about success. I spoke with a previous client whom I’ve spoken with several times during the past year since she was at
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Rehab: The answer to addiction?

Is Rehab the Only Answer to Addiction? Of course not. Sometimes it’s jail or even imprisonment. These aren’t solutions that we recommend for obvious reasons, but honestly most of drug treatment centers aren’t much more and you actually pay to get that sort of treatment. Bayshore Retreat takes pride in knowing that we’re a different kind of drug rehab
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Rehab and Recovery

Rehab and Recovery What does it really mean? First of all the two shouldn’t be confused as being the same. They’re not. Rehab, at its best, is getting a person clean and sober for a minimum of 30 days from something that has been controlling his or her life – drugs and/or alcohol treatment at
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Individual Treatment

When is it time for Rehab? It’s when the time is right for the individual. For instance, we’ve had clients as young as 18 (which is the youngest we’re allowed by our license with the Florida Department of Children and Families) and as old as 80. No, that’s not a misprint. We’ve had a client
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Denial of Addiction

Denial: Not just a river in Egypt When dealing with addiction, the first line of defense for an addict is denial. Addicts deny they have a problem long before they seek treatment. This can be frustrating for families as they watch their loved one struggle with alcohol or drug addiction, sometimes for years before they
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