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Addiction: The Original Pandemic

Some wars have a clear enemy.

Some don’t. 
Some are fought on a global scale.

Some happen on a bathroom floor. 

A New Crossroad

In a world weighed down with a pandemic, uncertainty, violence, and fear, it may seem like we are surrounded on all sides. But it’s when the fight comes to you or someone you love that it becomes personal. 

At A New Crossroad, we have been dealing with a pandemic long before 2020. As both substance abusers in recovery and providers called to treat them, we have all watched the opioid crisis turn into a local and global substance abuse problem so widespread that it can sometimes seem like nothing can be done.  We have also watched as new tools — and with them, new hope — emerge to combat this hidden enemy. 

With a team of professionals in recovery themselves based in an intimate office setting, the environment of A New Crossroad is one of compassion, tough love, and honesty. We make use of a variety of tools and a personalized treatment plan including counseling and medical care to help guide you or your loved one to recovery in a way that is safe and validating. 

Because we know what this war looks like, both from the inside, and from without. 
Substance use disorder doesn’t have to ruin any more lives while good quality treatment is available. It is not an unknown enemy; it is a disease, and we know how to treat it.

Some of the biggest reasons to consider outpatient rehab include:

  • Affordability. Because you’re able to live at home during outpatient treatment, you don’t have to pay the costs of lodging at an inpatient facility — making it more affordable than inpatient.

  • Flexibility. Outpatient programs can usually work around your schedule. This is beneficial for those who feel like they can’t leave their job or family for an extended period of time.

  • Access to family. Throughout the outpatient rehab program, family involvement and support are emphasized, as loved ones can help encourage you to stay on the path to sobriety.

If you or someone you love needs help determining what type of treatment program would be best for them, contact us today

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