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I don't know what all they said and did with my son but I know he's off the H. I do think most other ppl would definitely need more than a 10 day detox. Months sometimes. It was only a 10 day fix. It was just after President Obama made insurance companies carry children to age 25 or 26. But our son JUST made the cut. All we could get for him was 10 days. His best friend in the world had recently died from over dose. Bad time. But good timing. I shall always love Obama for this.
I love this place. Not just another rehab center. True recovery is possible here and a future for a drug free and life can be had. The staff really do take the time and care to help their patients through the hardest time in their life.
I came to A Forever Recovery a worthless, hopeless junkie. I was a ticking time bomb who was just trying to figure out when, where and how I was going to get my next high. I walked out a completely new man that actually had potential. I\'ve made my family and friends so proud of where I am today and I have AFR to think for that. Without the support that started in the Detox house putting up with me, I sure know it was rough for them because it was rough on me. Then the nonstop time, effort, support and dedication from my case manager, counselor, the director, nursing staff and everyone else, I don\'t think I could have made it through as smooth as I did.
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