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Transitioning back into the world after deciding to quit using drugs and alcohol is one of the most difficult and foreign experiences to the alcoholic and drug addict.  For many, residential drug treatment centers are a divine option; an option that not only provides a foreign concept but also a practical empirical solution: a way for the addict in early recovery to live in harmony with him or herself and others. 
Most alcoholics or addicts completely lose daily structure in the storm of chaos that is part and parcel of their disease of addiction.  Residential drug treatment centers are a safe, comfortable environment that provides structure, one day at a time.  The common goal of living a happy, sober life is supervised by individuals specialized in the recovery from addiction. 
The disease of alcoholism and drug addiction is mental, physical, and spiritual.  At residential drug treatment centers all of theses aspects are accounted for and addressed in helping the individuals with their disease and with their initial steps at seamlessly transitioning back into society.  At residential drug treatment centers, addicts learn why they behave the way we do, and how they can change those behaviors.  They learn about the importance of nutritious balanced meals and physical activity for their physical recovery as well as the critical importance that turning their will and their life over to a Power greater than themselves has in improving their mental and spiritual health. 
     In early recovery, living in the real world can feel dangerous and intimidating;  all too often the lack of experience and preparation can lead to the pain and danger that relapse entails.  Residential drug treatment centers offer the support one needs during this shaky time in recovery, and greatly assists in the peaceful and smooth transition to a happy, joyous and free sober state of body and mind.

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