Gil’s feature from “Experts on what Recovery Looks and Feels Like,” from Christopher Kennedy Lawford’s 2013 bestseller, “Recover to Live: Kick Any Habit, Manage Any Addiction” (p. 292). “From Gil Gilchrist, Chief Executive Officer, New Beginnings at Waverly: Recovery is a lot like enlightenment—most of the people who have excellent recovery, you wouldn’t even know until you spent time with them. They are human beings first and recovering people second. The recovery ideology does not define them, but it’s an integral part of their life. Recovery is not a feeling. It is a state of awareness and reali¬zation. You realize that you are free. No matter how good or bad things get, the fundamental realization is that you are free.”
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New Beginnings at Waverly is a nationally recognized preferred provider of addiction treatment services with a demonstrated legacy of caring and expertise in providing individualized treatment services for patients and their families in a positive, respectful, and healing environment, one person at a time, one day at a time.
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- Men’s & Women’s Professional Program
The New Beginnings at Waverly, LLC’s goal is to expand professional recovery opportunities to all professionals and caregivers, offering them access to high quality, low-cost, effective addiction recovery treatment that we have made possible for so many professionals over the years in a coordinated, successful, and effective way.
- STIMULANT TRACK
New Beginnings has a specifically designed track for stimulant users and abusers.
CELLAND GILCHRIST (GIL) - CEO
DAVID SMITH - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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