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No one ever really wants to go to treatment. I went to appease family and friends. But after being at NLB for a short while, you start to see the changes that are taking place in other people’s lives and then you want that for yourself more than anything. NLB guided me through the process of finding myself and then gave me the opportunity to grow and live life with purpose! Highly recommended!
This is a wonderful community supported treatment facility. It has it's own Main Hospital Detox. A West Campus for transition to the 3rd facility which is living in an apartment operated by Turning Point on it's 5th Ave. Campus. It is a really AAA Program. You will absolutely love it. The Alamo Alcoholics Anonymous Hall is within walking distance, and accommodates approx. 150 people. It is usually running to capacity, as Turning Point requires patients to attend a minimum of 7 meetings a week. 1 meeting everyday until you graduate in approx. 1 year, depending on your progression. I graduated in 10 mos. so, there is not a specific time frame for your recovery. It is entirely up to you weather or not you stay. I have stayed in Moultrie, because the towns people have welcomed me with Southern Charm, and open arms. I am home!
DEDICATION TO VETERANS. LONG WAITING LIST EXCELLENT DOCTORS AND STAFF. MANY PROGRAMS DEPENDING ON YOUR NEEDS.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.