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Going to Awakenings helped my son so much. They treated him great there. It wasn't just about getting my son off heroin. He's always had problems in his life because of how shy he is. During his program the staff there helped him learn better how to deal with people he didn't know. So, going to Awakenings got him off heroin but they've made his life so much easier because of everything else they did for him.
They make you aware just how tricky this disease is and don't 'sugar coat' anything, letting you know this is a challenging but simple program- we(the addict) complicates it! If you truly want it and follow their advice, you have a good chance of success. But some of us (addicts) it takes a while to break thru denial and self deception.
It would be great if every person that went to rehab never had to go back again and would just stay clean for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, that not how life or addiction works. So, my son went to BDR twice and if he were to relapse again he would go back there. My son was away at college when he started using heroin. He came home because he stopped going to class and ended up flunking out. When he came home he told me what was going on. Which was that about 6 months prior he started using heroin and was addicted to it. Before all this started I didn’t know much of anything about addiction and heroin and what recovery was like. That’s why Best Drug Rehab was the best choice for my son to go. All the different programs out there just confused me. I had no idea what kind of program would be good for my son to go and so having BDR which a range of different program options was a blessing to say the least. My son did really well at BDR and he really liked it there. He learned a lot about himself and his addiction and when he completed the program and came home he was a stronger person. Smarter about the choices he needed to make in his life and it was nice to see. When he went away to college he was 18 but still a kid in his views on the world. Those views changed as he got addicted to heroin and had to go to rehab. When he came home after completing his program he was doing his aftercare. He got a job and did really well until he met up with some friends from high school who he decided to go out with. They hadn’t known about his heroin addiction at first and so thought nothing of him having a few drinks. My son went on like that for a while and I think because he didn’t have a beer and then instantly relapse it gave him a false sense of security. He stopped going to his meetings and he stopped talking to the counselors at BDR that he had kept in touch with. It wasn’t a quick thing for him to relapse back to heroin. When he did relapse, he didn’t get high very many times before he realized that he needed help again. He asked me to send him back to BDR and I agreed that it was the right thing for him to do. He went back right away and completed a second program there. He’s back home again and again he’s doing really well. He’s working and started taking classes and wants to go back to college and finish up his schooling. I’m proud of him for realizing that he needed help so quickly and getting the help he needed to get back to being clean and sober. He’s doing his aftercare and has been much more vigilant in making sure that he’s doing everything he should be doing to ensure that he stays clean. Going to BDR gave my son the help and support he needs to lead the kind of life that he wants without letting drugs get in the way of that.
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