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Addiction is a Disease
People struggling with drug and alcohol addiction find it nearly impossible to stop using on their own.
Once the vicious cycle has started the grips of addiction can take us to places we never thought we would be, and we do things we swore would never do. In some cases we may find ourselves in hospitals, institutions and jails asking ourselves how we got there. We find ourselves living a double life. Eventually the lies and deception catch up to us and cause contention with our family, friends and professional relationships.
Unique Approach to Recovery
At Renaissance Outpatient we understand the severity of substance abuse and the toll it can take on someone’s life. You will meet genuine people who truly care about your recovery from the disease of addiction. Our professional staff has first-hand experience in the battle with addiction. We will take an active interest in your rehabilitation and give you the tools necessary to confront this disease. Whether it is you or a loved one who is struggling with active addiction, we are here to help and are fully committed to helping reestablish peace in your home and community.
Enhanced Recovery Program
Our unique approach in treating this disease incorporates the 12 steps with Gospel principles. We have found and these are the pathways to experience true spiritual healing. Our goal is to treat the addict and their family. We’ll provide a treatment program that the whole family can use to conquer this disease.
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“I will be on your right hand and on your left, and my Spirit shall be in your hearts, and mine angels round about you, to bear you up.” (Doctrine and Covenants 84:88)