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Seeking Help is an Act of Courage We’re here to help you
You Are Not Alone
When we say “you are not alone,” we mean this in three important respects.
First, addiction is an epidemic facing our country: more than 25 million Americans suffer from Alcohol or Prescription Drug abuse – and that doesn’t even include the millions of others who use illegal or controlled substances. With those statistics, you are among literally millions of wonderful, fine people who simply need help to escape the control of addiction. And, with the billions of advertising dollars that are spent each year to promote Alcohol and Prescription Drugs – and the ever-increasing stresses in our society – it is no wonder that so many good people fall victim to addiction.
Second, when you contact us, you won’t be alone in your mission to enter Recovery. We specialize in helping people just like you. Rely on our strength and support – that’s why we’re here!
Finally, for as many people as there are who wrestle with substance abuse, there are millions more who have conquered addiction and have moved on to successful and happy lives. In fact, we have a number of faculty and staff who are in Recovery themselves. They were able to do it – so can you!
Addiction Can Ruin Families, Careers & Health
If you are concerned that you may have an addiction, you may already find that it is negatively affecting your Family, your Career, your Health – or all of the above!
The good news is that, once you enter Recovery, you can begin to heal those relationships and your health.
Our job is not only to help give you the tools to stay in Recovery, but to improve your skills in managing relationships and your overall well-being.
How You Can Tell if You Have a Problem:
Take Our Self-Assessment
Typically, if you are inquiring about the possibility that you may have a substance abuse problem, the desire to seek help indicates that you probably have reason for concern. Furthermore, at The Abbey, we are strong believers in both early intervention and substance abuse prevention. So, we strongly suggest that you contact us to see how we might be able to assist you.
We also encourage you to take the Self Assessment to give you an understanding of the scope of your potential problem with substance abuse. It only takes a few minutes and gives you a better understanding of some of the issues you may be facing.
What You Can Expect from The Abbey
At The Abbey, you will be treated with respect, dignity, and deep caring.
Most of our clients are high-performing people who have simply let their addictions slowly creep into their lives, as they battle with the constant stresses of their careers and family lives. In fact, from the outside, most of our clients would appear to be high-achieving – and they are! These people greatly benefit in their first steps in Recovery by simply taking a “time out” from all the stresses in their lives.
Not only is our faculty and staff dedicated to you your Recovery, you will also find that your fellow clients will be a source of tremendous strength, mentoring, and support.
Protecting Your Privacy, Safety & Security
Some of the major benefits of beginning your Recovery at The Abbey stem from the fact that our facility is built as an extremely private and secure compound – complete with its own 10-foot high wall surrounding the property. That means that you can focus on your Recovery, without having to worry that your privacy or safety will be compromised. Most of our clients are from out-of-state, but even if you’re a local neighbor, once you enter The Abbey, you are protected from the outside world.