Alcohol and Drug Treatment
|Posted on July 22, 2013 at 10:59 PM||comments (8)|
.I was just sitting here thinking about how grateful I am that I get to work with people who want to change their lives. It motivates me to become a better person just so I can keep up! I also make it my business to continue learning my profession and learning more about this disease of addiction. I really enjoy learning all the science that is coming out now that we can do brain imaging. I am going to a training soon about how they can tell the difference in an addicted brain by imaging the blood flow. How cool is that?
|Posted on June 19, 2013 at 10:27 PM||comments (0)|
Great News! We have added a women's sober living home to help women in early recovery learn how to live without the use of chemicals! If you are just coming out of treatment or are already in recovery and need a safe place to live, we can help! Walking distance to the bus and hundreds of businesses to get work! Also close to the Altamonte Mall for some great shopping! I have always wanted to open a halfway house for women and now we have! This transitional home is a great place to start your new life without alcohol or drugs.
|Posted on April 16, 2012 at 9:49 PM||comments (0)|
Well, my first blog, how exciting. More for me than for you I am sure! What to write? First, welcome and thanks for looking. We are here to help and the sooner you do something about your problem the sooner your life will get better. I know, because I changed my life 18 years ago and it gets better all the time! The newest announcement is our affilitation with a sober living house in Altamonte Springs. We hope to help men coming out of treatment (or in recovery who need a safe living enviornment) to learn how to start their new life in a controlled atmosphere of recovery, while encouraging them to work, go back to school, or even volunteer to give back to the community. Wish us luck in our new adventure and call 407-718-8850 if you feel this is something that might fit your needs.
Thanks for listening (or should I say reading)!
Jo-Anne Stone CAP, ICADC