As with any disease, early detection is paramount. The chance for full recovery and a drug and alcohol free future depends on the program that you enroll into. The traditional 12-step AA program has saturated the industry as a prime example of drug rehabs. The inpatient drug rehab facility can be 28 day or more depending on the program. However, just because is popular does not make it effective. Many people go through countless years of AA meetings and are still using. At Saint Jude's you will not sit through typical AA meetings, your experience at our retreats is about you and your personal journey to a new life without heroin.
In recent regarding the amount of citizens who admitted themselves into treatment for heroin, surveys preformed by The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) found that, 8 of Nebraska's 10,609 state residents admitted themselves. Not including the 1,755 state residents who admitted themselves into treatment for either opiates or more than one drug. Studies also show that 37,000 or 2.62% of Nebraska's citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment fort illicit drug and alcohol use in the past year. Surveys indicate that 2.2% of high school seniors polled had tried heroin at least one time in their lives. Heroin is available in small amounts in the Omaha, Nebraska area. While not considered a drug of choice in Nebraska, some Hispanic trafficking organizations have heroin available for consumer use.
Finding help for Heroin addiction can seem overwhelming. Especially if you or a loved one has been to treatment before. You may have been told you will have to live in a cycle of relapse and recovery for the rest of your life. That’s simply not true! There is a solution to the treatment cycle-the non 12 Step solution.
It’s true that people in Nebraska value their independence and freedom. If you or a loved one live with Drug addiction, you know how Heroin can seem to rob you of your freedom and life choices. Choosing treatment can feel like your only options are to be a prisoner to the drug or to the treatment program. Finally, people in Nebraska have another, more effective option that restores freedom without fear of relapse and without having to dedicate yourself to working a program-the non 12 Step program at Saint Jude Retreats. You can finally get beyond not only addiction but also the lifelong fear of relapse promoted by treatment.
Relapse is used by treatment to get people to come back over and over again. Research has shown that treatment doesn’t work. In fact, 73 or 77.3% people relapse every year with Heroin addiction. Traditional treatment even teaches that everyone is on an endless cycle of relapse and recovery to justify the rounds of treatment they offer. If you or a loved one is ready to change and live their life, it’s time to get off the treatment treadmill.
Isn’t it time to stop wasting your precious time and money on treatment that doesn’t work? Saint Jude Retreats’ completely Non-12 Step program has both higher rates of success with stopping addiction now and long term success of ending addiction for good. Saint Jude has been providing an effective approach for over 27 years that focuses on you moving forward in life beyond addiction. As you build self confidence, empowerment, and personal responsibility, you will also be writing a plan that provides concrete goals for you to pursue happiness and fulfillment in whatever ways your passions lead you. If you or a loved one is ready to leave relapse and Heroin addiction behind, call Saint Jude Retreats now.
You have taken the time to seek help because of your "addiction" to Heroin. You might be looking at rehab centers or treatment centers in Nebraska and wonder what the best option for you is. Even if you do not choose St Jude's as your program, at least let us tell you one thing. You and only you can make change possible. You are not diseased, and your current circumstances do not need to dictate the course of your life from this moment forward. When you can call a Heroin treatment center you will most likely talk to a caring person, but with the wrong message, being that addiction is a disease. Remember that no matter what you decide... you can change