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My husband went through the program at Behavioral Rehabilitation Services. 9 months ago he was in a really bad car accident and was prescribed pain medication. Over the next 6 months I knew he was taking his pain medication. I knew he was getting his prescriptions refilled regularly and I didn’t think much of it. He has never had any kind of problem with drugs or alcohol and I honestly didn’t think that at this point in our lives it would happen. I realized he had a problem when he told me that he had a problem. He came to me after he had called Behavioral Rehabilitation Services and set up everything for his stay. When he told me that he was going at first I thought he was just making his taking the pain medication into a bigger problem than it was. Then he got out his prescription history to show me. He was refilling his prescription sooner than he should have and over his last two appointments his prescription had increased in the number of pills given and the strength of each pill. He told me that he had also tried to get off of them by himself and it just wasn’t something he was able to do. I didn’t know before this happened that you could get addicted to something so easily. I have a couple friends who have gone through a drug addiction with a child and whenever we talked about it, everything was going just so wrong in their lives and the lives of their child. I know it was wrong but to a degree I thought if I had something like that happen to anyone in my family it would be really noticeable. It wasn’t at all and I am extremely lucky that my husband was able to realize that he needed a bit of help and found a place himself and sorted out all the details before telling me about it. Behavioral Rehabilitation Services was such a wonderful place for my husband to go. They were extremely professional and treated my husband with respect and dignity. My husband did well there and has done well since coming back home. He hasn’t taken any pain medication and has worked out how he can deal with the residual pain of his car accident without resorting to pain medication. He started getting massages while at BRS and has continued to do so since he’s been home. It’s helped a lot with his pain and I’m glad my husband is back and doing well.
The first time I got clean and sober was in 2012 when my fiancé died in my arms of an overdose. Fear and hopelessness drove me to the rooms of AA/NA and after some struggle I was able to put together 4 years clean and sober. On the outside, everything looked great. I had a sober boyfriend, lived in the Florida Keys, had a job at a paddleboard shop, a license and car, even started grad school for holistic medicine. But nobody knew that on the inside I was still a broken scared little girl. I never completed the steps and made an emotionally abusive relationship my higher power. When that relationship ended, I did not have the coping skills to handle it and started drinking to numb the feelings. I justified to myself - at least I wasn't using heroin. In a span of just 6 months - I got into a car accident, was admitted to a psych ward for being suicidal, almost failed out of school and went to jail for DUI. This all piled up on me and I felt there was no way out. Thankfully my therapist in Florida found Serenity Point Recovery online and I was on a plane the next day. I showed up completely broken - physically, mentally and spiritually. I was fearful that I would never be happy and whole again. Then something happened, I can't even describe. I connected with my counselors and my peers. I found myself laughing and crying and speaking of things that had been eating me alive. I found my self worth growing with each day - and most important - I found hope for a sober life that is not miserable but enriching and fulfilling. I've gotten back to the root of who I am - through music, sober friendships, self searching. And I can say today for the first time in my life that I feel beautiful on the inside. I feel I have something to offer this world and I trust myself to be a strong independent sober woman. Thank you Serenity Point, to everyone here, I will be forever grateful.
I was one of the very first clients to arrive at this facility. I hope they got there stuff together. However i must say that almost all of the staff truly care, since we were the first set of people there the staff was kind of learning with us. I did not graduate i left MA But i am still sober to this day.
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