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Most people do not realize that they have a drug problem before it is to late. Luckily for myself I was able to get help and found a center like this one to teach me and guide me along the way. Choices recovery is a great and well established rehab facility and they have an amazingly informative staff that is there to help you along the way. Drugs alter the way that we think and feel on a daily basis. I walked around thinking that I was fine and everything was under control, but we fail to see the real problems going on and the pain and damage that we are doing to ourselves. This center offers nourishing meals witch are crucial for addicts, because without the proper nutrition we can not begin to heal from the inside out. We are able to get massages here and that was a big help for me in the fact that I was getting much better sleep and I felt that that helped me be more comfortable and have less anxiety on a day to day basis. Once completing the detox process I was able to attend groups or one on one counseling. A couple things that I really enjoyed about the program was the workout rooms and the music room. Getting nutritious meals daily was great, but then being able to go the workout room daily and build up our muscles and get a strong balanced body back was something that I was striving for so that I could not feel weak and powerless anymore. The music therapy room was another thing that really worked for me. I think we all connect to music one way or another. Whether it brings back good memories of a special occasion, or brings you back to a time that you were at your lowest point in life. Being able to connect to music for me was a very powerful thing and being able to learn to listen to a song that I could relate to without the possibility of using at the same time was huge for me, so in that regard I found this very helpful. Along with doing some counseling within groups or one on one I was able to find so many variations of treatment here that I was not bored sitting doing the same thing day after day just worrying about my next high when I got out. I was helped by some amazing people here and they really are educated and well trained. I gained a lot of knowledge by being here and learning how to put things in perspective. I can now identify my triggers and see when or if I enter into a dangerous situation and that is one thing that has helped me not to relapse.
I have been a drug addict almost my whole life except for the last year and the things I learned in rehab are what is keeping me clean and sober today.
I am honored to work at a facility with such a passion to help people. Together we are smashing the stigma of addiction and rebuilding the lives of our clients. I am proud to be part of IRC amongst our knowledgeable and professional staff. I come to work every morning motivated and leave inspired. This facility gives me hope that we can create a better tomorrow for those struggling with addiction.
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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