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Going to Choices was for me, the best place my mom could’ve found and sent me to. I went to Choices twice. The first time I went just to make my mom happy which isn’t why you should be going to rehab. The thing is though, if I hadn’t have gone to Choices that first time just to make my mom happy I wouldn’t have been ready to change my life when I was. Even though I didn’t do my first program there for me I learned a lot while I was there. When I left and relapsed a couple months later all of the things that I learned at Choices helped me make the decision that I wasn’t happy getting high anymore and I was 100% ready to turn my life around. When I told my mom that I was ready to go to treatment again she started looking at different places to send me. I had to convince her that Choices was the best place for me to go. She thought I would do better at a different rehab because I had relapsed after the program I did at Choices the first time. I had to convince her it was the right place for me to go. I did manage to convince her to send me back and I’m so thankful that I did manage that. I had learned a lot going through Choices the first time but this time when I went back I had a completely different perspective. I was doing the program for me and me alone this time and it made a big difference. I was much happier to be there the second time and it showed in everything I did. I made it on time to all of my classes and groups. I didn’t get into any trouble at all while I was there and because of this I got to go off the property and do some pretty fun activities with the other clients that did well that week. It doesn’t seem like much just being able to go to a movie but having that break once a week helps a lot. I learned how much fun I could have when I wasn’t getting high and it just made me that much more committed to staying clean. My favorite thing about Choices though is the people who work there. Choices wasn’t the first rehab I had ever been to and the difference between the staff at Choices and the staff at every other place I had been to is staggering. Every day the people at Choices go above and beyond what you’d expect from a staff member at a rehab facility. They are completely committed to helping their clients overcome their addictions and it shows in everything they do. When I came back to Choices no one made me feel bad for relapsing. They welcomed me back and made sure I was there for the right reason this time. After finishing Choices again, I came home and have been doing incredible. I am happy with my life. I don’t miss getting high or the person I used to be. I never thought I’d be this happy without drugs in my life but, I’m happier now than I have ever been and it’s thanks to the program and the people at Choices.
Indiana ranks 16th in treatment centers servicing/accepting federal military insurance per 100,000 residents. Connecticut is just 1 spot worse, ranked 17 out of the United States. One spot better is New Hampshire, ranked 15 in the U.S.
When adjusted for population, Indiana ranks 16th in treatment centers servicing/accepting other treatment approaches. Kentucky is just 1 spot worse, ranked 17 out of the United States. Oregon is just 1 spot better, ranked 15 out of the United States.
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