Ocean Breeze Recovery is proud to be featured in the article entitled “Excellence in Dependency Treatment 2015” posted today on Newsweek.com.

Giving Hope and Repairing Lives, Who Leads the Way in the Dependency Treatment?

For individuals seeking help with addiction, many factors go into choosing the right way forward. Help will be needed from close friends and family to make the right decisions for lasting results – especially at a time, which, by its very nature, can be highly stressful. However, assistance is at hand from a profession that dedicates itself to discovering the root cause of an individual’s issues and then working to resolve them in a way that complements the sufferers’ personality and physiological make up and the results can be truly inspiring.

The United States boasts the most advanced, innovative and effective dependency treatment of any country in the world. Treatment Centers are well resourced, cutting edge, compassionate and vary their approach to deliver a goal-focused program that works.

The recovery process starts with identifying that a problem exists. Thereafter, there are various treatment options to consider depending on the nature of the condition and the circumstances of the individual concerned. Finding the treatment that best suits a sufferer’s needs can involve a broad range of recovery options, including detoxification, intervention, medication, mental health specialists, online treatment, outdoor therapy, external retreats, sober housing, self-driven programs, holistic approaches, and residential treatment.

To debunk the unfamiliar language and work out a program of recovery that is most suited to the condition at hand, it is important to consult the sufferer’s physician, counselor and family members. There are also advice hotlines that will guide the decision-making process, to give direction on what support is available and recommended…Click here to read more…

Curated from: http://www.newsweek.com/excellence-dependency-treatment-2015 

 

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