Long-term residential addiction and substance abuse recovery programs like Kentucky Men’s Rehab differ from typical short-term addiction or alcohol recovery programs that you hear so much about in the news. Short-term “revolving door” programs are visited again and again by relapsed addicts, never solving the core of the problem. The addict has to return again and again, costing them, their insurance carrier, or their family tens of thousands of dollars each time.
Every day Kentucky Men’s Rehab, part of Teen Challenge, takes in addicts who have previously attended 5, 10, 20, or even 30 costly short-term rehabs, all to no avail. They should have come to Teen Challenge first.
So, why is Kentucky Men’s Rehab? It is one of few addiction recovery programs that will dedicate a whole year to work with each individual. That is a huge financial commitment by the organization and community, but it is the time needed in order for the recovery rates to be what they are.
The day-to-day structure, community, and faith emphasis over such an extended period of time bring addicts slowly out of wrong and drug-impacted thinking into an awareness of a purpose for their life and a new way of thinking and living. Such a new purpose and way of living is one that has no place for abusing drugs or alcohol; addiction is replaced by self-love, peace, happiness, purpose, and excitement for the future.
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction or with another life-controlling issue, be encouraged! There is HOPE. Don’t give up. At Teen Challenge adult centers they see lives changed every day and they are standing by to serve you. Their dedicated staff is committed to seeing you or your loved one experience life transformation and begin a completely new life.
Don’t hesitate to call (855)934-4673 right now and allow them to partner with you for a miracle. You’ll speak directly to the Adult Intake Coordinator, who will guide you through the intake process.
Providing affordable substance recovery and addiction recovery for men in and around Dixon, Kentucky, including: Cape Girardeau in Cape Girardeau and Scott Counties, Owensboro in Davies County, Evansville in Vanderburgh County, Mt. Vernon in Posey County, Henderson in Henderson County, Madisonville in Hopkins County, Princeton in Caldwell County), Hopkinsville in Christian County, Tell City and Troy Township and Perry County, and Paducah in McCracken County.