Finding Sobriety at Rainbow Canyon Retreat

Recovering from drug and alcohol addiction is one of the hardest things a person may go through during their life. Finding sobriety at Rainbow Canyon Retreat means never having to call yourself an addict again. Graduates from their highly successful drug and alcohol rehabilitation program are not merely “drug-free” they are completely recovered from their addiction problem. They do not have to attend meetings, groups or any other common forms of continual therapy thought necessary for recovered addicts.

This is because drug addiction is not a disease. It does not have to be part of your life once you successfully complete the Rainbow Canyon Retreat drug rehab program. What the staff at this unique program knows is that addiction to drugs and alcohol is both a learned behavior and physical conditioning to drugs. While the drug user habitually abuses the addictive substance their body begins to rely on the drug to feel “normal”. Without it their body suffers physical and emotional withdrawal.

Working closely with their clients the skilled staff is able to address the person’s addiction issues and any additional underlying problems that lead to their drug abuse. Successfully recovering from addiction is a process that takes time. Just as you did not become a drug addict or alcoholic overnight, you will need time to learn to live without using substances to mask your feelings and problems.

Graduates of the Rainbow Canyon Retreat understand that it is their actions and the results of these actions that has led them to need drug addiction treatment. They know that taking personal responsibility for themselves and the situation they are in is the only way to face the daunting task of addiction recovery. When they complete the program they will be able to make smart choices and choose to be the person they were always meant to be before drugs or alcohol took over their life.

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  1. “Successfully recovering from addiction is a process that takes time.” It took me nearlt 4 months to complete my program, but it was time well spent. Since my time in the program I have been sober for over 3 years with no cravings and no relapses. “They know that taking personal responsibility for themselves and the situation they are in is the only way to face the daunting task of addiction recovery.” This is completely true, and it is a daunting task but one is worth every bit of effort it takes. This program gave me the tools to change my life, It was not is but it was very rewarding!

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