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A Road To Recovery Substance Abuse Treatment Center
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We've Helped Thousands of People Find Their Road To Recovery.
We've Helped Thousands of People Find Their Road To Recovery.

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Our new website has been launched - Take a look to contact us or find out about the many different types of treatment options that we offer at our substance abuse recovery center in Port St. Lucie, FL. 

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Each day is a new chance to grow spiritually, mentally and physically. One day at a time!! Keep Moving!! #Recovery   #StruggleDefinesStrength   #TheJourney  
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We are honored and pleased to announce that our treatment center will be offering our services to help addicts in the Gloucester, MA community get the treatment that they need to stop using drugs through partnering with the Gloucester PD and the ANGEL Program. 

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When drug and alcohol abuse forces you to improve yourself and your life, it is for the better. 
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We offer BOTH individual and group therapy for our patients, because we understand that every addict has unique circumstances and responds to different types of treatment.

Learn more about the pros and cons of group therapy in rehab in our weekly blog.

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We are happy to announce that we are on the DrugRehab.org Top 10 Treatment Center in Florida ~ Truly caring about every single one of our patients is truly beginning to pay off! Thank you to everyone who has allowed us to do what we love most - Help. 

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We believe in treating each guest with a unique and individualized treatment plan in order to help them understand and address the root causes of their addiction. 
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Having lived most of my life on what could be termed a prime example of “Self Will Run Riot”, and always with disastrous results, it actually was a huge relief to learn in recovery that I was the cause of all my own problems. 
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