Calvary Healing Center4.1 (15 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
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At Calvary Center, chemically-dependent individuals struggling with substance abuse are offered residential, outpatient, or partially hospitalized addiction treatment services. Calvary Center utilizes holistically-informed practices to address the physical, mental, and spiritual sources of addiction, empowering individuals to develop strategies for lifelong recovery. Family or faith-based programming is offered as well, allowing clients to further incorporate meaningful support systems into their treatment plans.
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Reviews at a Glance
Alcoholism carries many serious dangers. Heavy drinking can increase the risk of certain cancers. It can cause damage to the liver, brain and other organs. It can cause birth defects. It increases the risk of death from car crashes and other injuries as well as the risk of homicide and suicide.
Amphetamines are sometimes prescribed by doctors for medical problems, but these pills are also abused for their effects on the brain. Amphetamines are stimulants, which is a class of drugs that elevate mood, increase feelings of well-being, and increase energy and alertness.
Jim Kreitler, M.S. - CEO
D. Seth Jenkins, M.A., LAC - Therapist
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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the Recovery.org helpline is a private and convenient solution.
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