suntra modern recovery

Introducing Suntra Modern Recovery

Thumbs Up For Suntra Modern Recovery Announcement

With this blog post I’m excited to announce the “official” launch of our new venture, Suntra Modern Recovery (www.hellonsuntra.com), a personalized recovery solution for people dealing with substance use disorders featuring expert medical doctors, home-based and virtual visits, and research-proven recovery medications. The United States is in the midst of a large and long-running drug epidemic.  About 10% of the population struggles with a substance use disorder, and of that, only 10% are receiving treatment.  The dominant model for addiction treatment, 28-day residential treatment (i.e. “going to rehab”), doesn’t work for many people.  Two-thirds of people who go to residential treatment will require more treatment in the future, and only 20% of people who are discharged from residential treatment are sober 5 years later. The 28-day residential treatment approach is also problematic due to very high costs (as much as $40,000 per treatment episode, often coming completely out of pocket), required time away from work and family, and the stigma associated with going to treatment.  People need a solution that allows them to receive care in a more convenient and discrete setting, that’s more in the context of their real lives, and allows them to maintain their work and family… Read More »Introducing Suntra Modern Recovery

My Journey Quitting JUUL: Contemplative Stage (Part 1)

For me, I started using a JUUL because of the physical pleasure it gave me. I consequently found some emotional benefits, including the fact that it relaxes me, gets me going in the morning, and gives me some relief when a problem is stressing me out.

LGBT Recovery Resources

At Suntra we work with many LGBT identified individuals. We come from a place of acceptance and understanding. We know what it was like to be young, defining who you are, and to grow older in the LGBT community. We understand that sexuality is not always clearly defined, and that addiction and drug use is not easily defined either.