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Near Sighted

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When a drug or alcohol addiction takes hold of someone’s life, the person that has been using becomes very near sighted. They can only see a few hours ahead and are not thinking about the distant future.

The Story of Suntra

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Runway 04 at Newark Airport, I took a moment to appreciate my view of the New York skyline. I remember taking in the beauty of southern Manhattan, anchored with the Twin Towers.

Final Letter

Final Letter for an Alcohol Intervention

Sometimes an intervention goes all they way to the last step. Offering a choice between recovery and family life.

LGBTQ+ Interventions

Gay drug Interventions

Conducting successful interventions with LGBTQ+ individuals requires personal experience with the community. While the interventionist doesn’t need to be gay, they must be empathetic to the sensitive issues surrounding our identities. 

Family Recovery Agreement

A recovery agreement is a positive document, encouraging long-term recovery, and outline a path to family reunification.  Prior to treatment boundaries were crossed and ultimatums yelled.  The recovery agreement reestablishes boundaries and encourages more treatment and helps to rebuild trust.

Reaching Out, The First Call for Help

Reaching Out First Call

The first call sets the ball in motion for a suffering person to move towards the path of recovery. From the outside looking in, a phone call may seem small, but that person may have been thinking about dialing my number for weeks, years even.

A Journey of 1000 Steps

Journey of 1000 Steps

Continuing to use is a direct path to problems while a life in recovery is full of new opportunities. Things that I couldn’t imagine doing when I was using are now my reality.

Milestones of Recovery

Milestones of Recovery

There is no overnight success for people in recovery. People need to stay engaged and actively working to overcome their addictions.

Comprehensive Care: Why 6 Months?

Comprehensive Care

Comprehensive Care, the POC goes into treatment with love. We continue to meet as a family while they are in treatment. The family is also prepared to support their journey of recovery after treatment.