If you have been an Alcohol Rehab in Massachusetts and felt like your stay was not private and confidential, call St. Jude's today. The program at the Saint Jude Retreat Houses, where the guests stay, evolved from a model similar to a conventional Alcohol Rehabs to one that is very different from a traditional Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Program. The individualized nature of the program, based on the needs of the guest, is one of the attractive features of this option. Guests study course materials, write extensively about their own experiences, and interact socially with other guests. The six week program is an exciting alternative to other Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Program models that exist on the market today.
According to a recent research performed by the Substance Abuse and Health Services Association, in the State of Massachusetts for the year 2004 there were 208,000 individuals with an Alcohol Dependency, in the state of Massachusetts, surprisingly needing but not receiving treatment for Alcohol Use the number only raises to 436,000 alcohol abusers. This number represents 2.5% of the total with an Alcohol dependency abuse problem in the United States.
Are you or a loved one dealing with Alcohol addiction? Chances are you think the only approach is treatment and a lifetime of recovery with relapses along the way. You don’t have to spend your life waiting for the next relapse or spending time and money on another treatment center. Research shows treatment doesn’t work for Alcohol addiction. You can find a better answer and move beyond Alcohol addiction forever.
Most people in Massachusetts who are looking for help with Alcohol are hoping to find a permanent solution to Alcohol addiction. Traditional treatment , in the form of 12 Steps and rehabs, is not an effective solution for long term success. In 2014, of the 20,041 people looking for help, 11,243 or 56.1% will relapse one or more times and return again to the same treatment with the same result.
Treatment would have you think your options are recovery and relapse. That’s very convenient as those are the options that treatment can promise. Treatment delivers on that promise to the detriment of people seeking help for Alcohol. Of those, 20,041 people admitted for treatment, 56.1% or 11,243 relapsed. The proportion of people who return to treatment for relapse goes up as treatment continues. To sum it up, the more treatment you get the more likely you are to relapse! Treatment not only doesn’t work but outcomes for people can get worse with more treatment. Obviously, another more effective option is needed. For over 27 years, people in Massachusetts seeking help with Alcohol are turning to Saint Jude Retreats’ non 12 Step as the more effective solution.
If treatment doesn’t work and relapse and recovery is not the only option for addiction, what does work? For over 27 years, people in Massachusetts have turned to Saint Jude Retreats for help with Alcohol and other types of addiction and for good reason. With a completely non 12 Step research based program that focuses on debunking the myths of addiction, you can finally put away your fears of a life surrendered to a cycle of relapse and recovery. Our program helps you invest in a life plan you write with concrete goal planning so you can pursue the dreams and passions you may have thought lost until now. Through a program of cognitive behavioral change, you’ll find more effective life skills to help you manage the ups and downs of life and enjoy a happy fulfilled life. Take back your freedom of choice and put addiction away in your past—let us show you how today.
Over the last two decades people have called us with Alcohol problems wondering if their addiction to Alcohol was in fact a disease. The truth is that it is not. People from Massachusetts as well as many other states overcome Alcohol problems every day without treatment and endless meetings.
If you want to live a life free from Alcohol addiction please call St Jude's. We have helped many people from Massachusetts find a solution to their problems. We are here to show you how life has so much more to offer.