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Dick Kahn (Co-Founder of EMR) & Gary Anderson (Marketing at EMR) were invited and interviewed by Chip Chapman at […]
CONCORD, N.H. —U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte is introducing legislation to improve addiction treatment programs for pregnant women and mothers […]
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NAATP ANNOUNCES 2015 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN ADDICTION TREATMENT
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), is pleased to […]
Residential Inpatient Addiction Treatment Center
Since English Mountain Recovery began our 30 to 90 day programs, we have been busy treating our clients for a variety of addictions. Many of our callers are actually seeking 30 day programs and but end up staying longer. So maybe people are beginning to understand that more is better, the relapse rates are lower and outcomes are better with our model. Unfortunately many callers are seeking treatment after multiple treatment episodes and have learned the hard way they needed a more intensive program. Even more unfortunate are those who believe all will be well if they can just go through a detox program.
People are finding out the simple truth and sometimes the hard way that the traditional models of treatment are usually not enough. There is now plenty of data that supports longer lengths of stay in treatment and the longer someone is engaged in a program the better their chances are for a satisfying lifetime of sobriety. Some old research claimed that once the brain damage occurs there is no hope for recovering from that damage. The more up to date research shows the brain can and does recover depending on the extent of damage, but it again takes time.