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New Life Recovery Centers, Inc.4.5 (11 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
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New Life Recovery treats addiction as a primary illness — one that cannot be cured, but can be arrested and treated. The drug and alcohol rehab offers effective, personalized care for people struggling with addiction, including detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient services and sober living. New Life also believes that family is a crucial component in recovery and provides education and therapy for loved ones. Combining the latest clinical and science-based treatments with the principles of the 12 Steps, the residential rehab offers each client the opportunity to get help, adapt new behaviors and begin a new life.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Chemical Dependency
At New Life Recovery Centers, we understand, first hand, the loneliness, helplessness and despair that accompany chemical dependency. We also know first hand that recovery from chemical dependency is possible.
- Alcohol Rehabilitation
At New Life Recovery Centers Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers we treat alcoholism as a primary disease. Destroying a sufferer’s physical and emotional well-being, it can, in the end be terminal. Increasing the risk of a variety of cancers and cirrhosis of the liver, the threat of alcoholism should not be underrated.
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