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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Greenville, Michigan

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Treatment Centers near Greenville, MI

North Kent Guidance Services
106 South Greenville West Drive Greenville, MI 48838
Wedgwood Christian Services
811 East Kent Road Greenville, MI 48838
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A Forever Recovery

My sister went to A Forever Recovery about a year ago and her life has improved drastically since she went there. When she first went to AFR I figured it was going to be like every rehab before it that she’d gone to. She’s been to so many rehabs over the last 10 years that I’ve lost count. Each time she completed a rehab she relapsed almost immediately. I think the longest she went without relapsing was a month, maybe 2. She hasn’t once relapsed since going to AFR and it’s pretty amazing to see how much a year of clean time does for a person. When my sister started using pain medication it started innocently. She had a prescription from her dentist after a root canal. Even though she had been to rehab 5 years earlier no one thought much of it. She had gone to that first rehab for a crystal meth problem and after finishing it she never touched meth again. In the 5 years since completing that first rehab for meth she created a great life for herself. She was married, had 2 beautiful kids and a great job. I guess it made the rest of us complacent and we didn’t worry about the pain medication when we obviously should have. She started having more and more dentist appointments and then started doctor shopping to get more pain medication. It was 2 years before she went to her first rehab. I know all of us were hoping that the same thing would happen and she would just go to the one rehab and never have a problem with it again. That wasn’t the case however and it’s been pretty rough on everyone for the last 8 years. By the time my sister had gone through her second rehab for pain medication she was divorced and while at first, she had joint custody of her kids that quickly changed. When she lost custody of her kids things went from bad to worse. She seemed to just stop even trying to get off the pain meds and while she went to rehabs you could tell she just didn’t care about getting off the drugs. She wouldn’t put any effort into doing a problem and would just stick around until she was allowed to go home and get high. When she finally got arrested it was a relief to most of us. For one, we knew she was relatively safe and most likely unable to get high. She was sentenced to a state-run rehab for 6 months. She had to wait in jail for a spot to open up and she spent 9 months in jail. We were all hoping that getting arrested and spending so long in jail and then rehab would finally make a difference. I think she lasted a couple months after that rehab before she started getting high again. Only this time she wasn’t doctor shopping but buying drugs from the friends she met in jail and rehab. She started snorting the pain pills and then she started shooting up. She went back to jail for a probation violation when she failed a drug test and again was sentenced to rehab. When she relapsed after that one was when she went to A Forever Recovery. What’s amazing is how quickly my sister changed when she was at AFR. She started caring more about herself and actually wanted to stop relapsing. She dealt with the reasons she started getting high in the first place and having dealt with those things have made it easier for her to not relapse again. Since completing the program she had worked tirelessly to get her life back. She’s working again and is making efforts to get back in her kid’s lives. She calls them all the time and they are finally started to believe that she’s going to be around again and not end up right back in jail. She’s slowly gaining the trust of her family members back and I love seeing how much she improves every single day. What A Forever Recovery did for my sister is beyond anything I could have imagined. They were able to help her when all the rehabs before couldn’t. My sister is doing amazingly well and that’s all due to the people and the program at A Forever Recovery.

- Kate
5 out of 5
Battle Creek, MI

Self-Help Addiction Rehabilitation, Inc. (SHAR)

Staff was a strength. Informed and well experienced staff members.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Detroit, MI

Ten16 Recovery Network

In patient treatment was a strength of the facility but the weaknesses were follw up and letting patients leave to early. good.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Midland, MI