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Staff was a strength of the facility, and there were no weaknesses
This program truly saved my life. It offered more than abstinence from drugs, it also worked with Co-Occurring Disorder and Trauma which was vital to my recovery.
It’s an amazing thing to know that my son is truly living his life for the first time in 11 years. My son was addicted to crack cocaine for 11 years and it was a pretty rough 11 years for all of our family. It’s hell to have someone you love addicted to drugs. You try to help them but nothing you do really seems to help. You send them to rehab only to have them start using again. You know in your head that you are doing everything you can to help them but in your heart, it always feels like you could do more. For 11 years my son was in and out of rehab and jail and it’s awful to watch and awful to go through. I was always hopeful when my son went to rehab and always relieved when he was in jail. Hopeful when he was in rehab because maybe this time it would be different and he would be able to stay clean. Relieved when he was in jail because for the length of time that he was in jail I knew that he was at least marginally safer. I knew that he was eating and that he was sleeping and that he would be a least a little bit healthier when he got out. When he went to A Forever Recovery he was truly ready to get the help he needed to overcome his addiction. A Forever Recovery was so much different than the previous rehabs he had been to. The building and the property are beautiful. While my son was at A Forever Recovery he had a sort of serenity to him that wasn’t present at any other rehab. He liked the program he was doing and he especially liked the people. He felt that the people working at AFR truly understood him and what he was going through. So, when a counselor or someone said they wanted to help him and they understood what he was going through it didn’t immediately put his back up. He was more willing to listen and learn at AFR and that made such a big difference with his recovery. He went to AFR 8 months ago and has been home for 6 months. He’s been clean before. Was actually clean for an entire year at one point. It’s so much different this time though. It isn’t just that he’s not using drugs. It’s that as a person he’s changed so much. He’s become a really caring person. He and his father have had a much more strained relationship than he and I had and he’s taking action to fix that relationship. When my son went to AFR I expected it to a place much like the other rehabs he has gone to. I wanted him to get the help he needed to overcome his addiction I just wasn’t sure that help existed. AFR is like no other rehab though. It was the only place my son felt like he could be himself and get the help he needed. It was also the first place where I felt like my son was a priority to the staff.
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