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Many people mistakenly believe that addiction can be conquered without any help. However, addiction is such a complex disease and who try to achieve and maintain sobriety without addiction help often give in to triggers and cravings after a short time and return to using. Professional addiction treatment is the most effective way to fight against addiction and substance abuse.
With the right addiction treatment plan, clients learn to live healthy, substance free lives abstinent of unhealthy triggers which includes people, places, things and activities they have associated with using drugs and/or alcohol.
Learning how to effectively deal with and manage stress and triggers is an important part of recovery. ATSI (Addiction Treatment Services International) employs a variety of scientifically proven therapy models that teach clients new coping skills for clean and sober living.
Addiction Treatment Services International’s #1 mission is to help their clients achieve a lasting recovery and transformation. Treatment at any drug rehab facility is a way to jump start recovery. But beating addiction is a marathon, not a sprint. ATSI helps to provide strategies and coping skills that will work for each individual while living their lives outside of the addiction treatment center.
The team at Addiction Treatment Services International (ATSI) is comprised of professionally trained, highly skilled individuals with a collective commitment to transforming the lives of each individual they serve. Their goal is to equip and empower their clients and their families with personalized care in a supportive and nurturing environment. It is important to them that their clients heal and experience real results.
ATSI takes a compassionate approach to innovative, evidence-based practices. Their staff treats clients with dignity and respect, and over time develop trusting therapeutic relationships. Upon completing the program, individuals can always reconnect with staff members through alumni programs and other key supportive measures to further encourage interpersonal bonds, prevent and/or manage relapse, and enrich them in all areas of life.
ATSI (Addiction Treatment Services International) treats patients of all ages who are experiencing drug or alcohol addiction. The ATSI Treatment Center is a comfortable, modern, 8500-square-foot facility in which clients are provided with all of our clinical services. When clients enter the reception area, visitors are immediately greeted by cheerful, warm colors, natural light and the warmth of our welcoming staff.
In addition to several private areas perfect for individual conversations, there is a large conference room that accommodates larger groups. There are also three additional conference rooms for smaller group meetings and a large open area where ATSI holds various social gatherings. An array of audiovisual equipment is available for use in any of the conference areas.
The ATSI kitchen area, located on the first floor, is complete with a Kuerig coffee system, coffee maker, microwave oven, full size refrigerator, water cooler and sink area.
The second floor is bright and cheerful with abundant natural light flowing in from the windows. Private staff offices, additional private counseling areas and another large open area are also found on the second floor.
Kill The Heroin Epidemic Nationwide only recommends top addiction treatment centers and drug rehab facilities and that meet our demanding standards. William Charles, the owner was personally very impressed with the owner Jim Bevell and his findings while researching the center. Jim is very passionate about his clients and getting them the best treatment. Moreover, he is very concerned about all the patient brokering and illegal activity going on in Florida and beyond. Jim wishes to raise awareness to expose more of this activity and get it stopped, ultimately, putting the patient’s true addiction treatment needs first rather than using them as a pay check. We strongly recommend consulting Addiction Treatment Services International now to jump start your recovery.
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At this week’s GOP debate, presidential candidate Carly Fiorina became yet another hopeful to speak out on the issue of addiction treatment over jail time. Fiorina revealed that her stepdaughter, Lori Ann, died in 2009 from alcohol and prescription drug addiction. According to Fiorina, Lori Ann battled her addiction for several years and was in and out of rehab. “As anyone who has loved someone with an addiction knows, you can force someone into rehab, but you can’t make her well,” Fiorina said in an earlier interview. “Only the addict can do that. Lori couldn’t — or wouldn’t — take that first step of admitting she was powerless over her addiction. And ultimately her body just gave out.”Click here to read the entire article
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