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I went to Serenity a few months ago. And I am so grateful for the experience I had there. I really feel like a made a good choice with Serenity. It was the first place I'd been to, that treated me like a person, without judgement and without making me feel like a criminal. I was able to see a therapist a few times a week, and we also had several group sessions that I enjoyed, and were mostly beneficial for my recovery. I learned a lot about myself and finally developed some structure and routine in my life. I learned so much about relations and all the experience and knowledge I earned at Serenity, are so useful in building a sober life for myself. There was always plenty to do and I just loved my stay there overall. I particularly enjoyed the different activities that they offered, all the outings that we had. It was super to go out and have some fun even though that we are in a rehab. I made so many new friends, I am happy that the destiny got me to meet them. Thanks you for all the people who helped me through this time. I would definitely recommend Serenity to anyone who is struggling.
My mother called ARD when she found out I was using opiates. She was in tears and got such great information and compassion from the lady who answered the phone. When I spoke with her, she treated me with great respect. I had called other places but I was grossed out that they wanted me to recover in a hotel. Once we got to Michigan a nice driver picked us up and brought us to the hospital which was very clean. The intake process was very organized and the nurses and doctors were very informative and gave me and my mother a good overview of what to expect in the process. The detox under sedation is the best thing I could have done to get clean quickly. Because of the shot I have no cravings and I like that the staff keeps in touch with me and my mom. If it weren't for ARD, I would be dead. It's been the best year of my life because I decided to go to ARD.
Before my sister went to A Forever Recovery I was just waiting for that phone call telling me she had died. My sister has struggled with addiction for 15 years now and the rehabs she’s been to in the past just haven’t helped her. The first time she went to rehab, about 15 years ago it was for methamphetamine. She went through that program and made a lot of friends. The program with that though is that she made a lot of friends who were recovering drug addicts. When she finished her program and went to hang out with a couple of them she started doing other drugs with them. The second time she went to rehab it was for pain pills. She had just been taking them orally. The next time she went to rehab she had been shooting pain pills. Now, with or without these friends she would have relapsed. It’s not on the programs she went to but on her and after her going through so many programs and just getting worse and worse when my parents decided to send her to A Forever Recovery I wasn’t too optimistic about her getting better. She’s gone through the program though and I can honestly say that I am pleasantly surprised at how she is doing. She’s been clean longer this time than after any of her earlier programs. She’s seems genuinely happy for a change and is actively working on her recovery. When she’s having a bad day she calls someone who can help her get through it without resorting to old behaviors. She still talks to her counselor there and I really appreciate that 6 months after finishing her program if she calls her old counselor he is willing to take time out of his day to sit down and talk to her. I love my sister and yet before she went to AFR I hated who she had become and I actively worked towards not being around her. I see her now and I’m so happy. She’s my big sister again and I’m grateful to have her back in my life.
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