Drug or alcohol addiction presents an enormous challenge, and the process of overcoming it can be long and difficult. Experts estimate that approximately one out of every 12 American adults struggles with alcohol addiction. Meanwhile, around 8% of Americans over the age of 12 deal with drug addiction. While addiction sufferers often feel alone in their struggle, it’s not something they have to face without help. At Liberty Bay Recovery in Portland, Maine, they can find the support and information they need to start on the path to recovery. But what’s different about Liberty Bay Recovery?
Luxurious facilities and a strong focus on comfort can go a long way toward an individual’s successful recovery, but our supportive and understanding staff are truly the cornerstone of our addiction recovery program. All of the members of our team share the same set of values. They’re passionate about what they do, they care deeply, and they display professionalism. They are also former addicts. This feature is what enables our staff to relate and empathize so well with individuals. The ability to offer support as someone who has been through the same struggle is what allows them to give care and understanding whenever it’s needed. This is something about Liberty Bay Recovery that you won’t find at most other recovery facilities.
A KITCHEN WITH NUTRITIONAL MEALS
A common complication of not only substance addiction but also incorrectly done or self-performed recovery attempts is a nutritional deficiency. For this reason, Liberty Bay Recovery features a modern, fully outfitted on-site kitchen to provide patients with wholesome, nutritious snacks and meals. Returning to a state of good health following substance addiction requires much more than simply giving up your old, unhealthy habits. It’s also essential to replace those old habits with healthy ones such as exercising and eating well. Our facility puts a strong emphasis on helping patients make these changes while they’re here and stick to them.
A HUMANIZED APPROACH TO TREATMENT
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