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We're committed to helping recovering addicts and their loved ones do the consistent, sustained work necessary to stay sober. But much of our content is geared to those who have been sober for quite some time. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, please check out some of the organizations below that we often work with in order to get started on the road to sobriety. And please be sure to check back often for ongoing content from Progressive Recovery.
Deo Volente Gulls
The purpose of Deo Volente, Inc is to be a servant organization, bringing into being a fellowship of concern among women involved in an anonymous program of recovery from the disease of alcoholism and its effects. Deo Volente hosts women-only retreats for those both in 12-Step and Al-Anon programs several times a year at the Outer Banks in North Carolina.
For many, recovery from addiction is a long, personal and often difficult journey. It takes courage to make the powerful decision to change directions - to step toward a life of recovery and to stay on the path to healthy living. Hand in hand with that courage, you want the competent support of those who truly understand what it takes to begin and sustain the effort. With a six to one patient/counselor ratio, we help individuals and families replace old patterns of behavior with new, healthy ways of living and relating to the world around them.
Millions of people and their families are affected by substance abuse and addiction. DrugRehab.com exists to educate visitors about drug addiction, recovery, co-occurring disorders and other addiction-related topics by providing the latest information on trends, treatment options, recovery stories, and support services.
If you, or a loved one, is looking to take the next step to overcome addiction, Addiction Center is your online hub. With information on drugs, rehab, and everything addiction-related, Addiction Center will be there guiding you from rehab to recovery.