There are turning points in everyone’s lives – often, more than one. A different outlook on a situation or a new picture of ourselves should we make different choices opens up options we previously did not consider. These moments create excitement and anticipation for what’s next. Others create fear and deep anxiety. Sometimes, we recognize we are ready for change, and we choose a different path from the one we are on. This is a truth every person in recovery has experienced when addressing his or her addiction.
At Butler Hospital, we are inspired by people’s “turning points” every day. If you or someone you know is facing this decision right now – and are afraid or unsure of the next step – we’d like you to meet the team at our new Outpatient Detoxification Program. It’s our latest addition to our Addiction Treatment Services.
Some of our team members were recently featured on Turn to 10 Health Check. Watch the interview and hear the personal story of Anchor’s Recovery Coach Kelly Gregson and learn more about how medically managed withdrawal from alcohol, heroin, opioid and other prescription medications works.
You may find this is one way to create a turning point for you or someone you care about who is suffering with addiction. Once on the path to recovery, Care New England’s integrated addiction services, offered through Butler Hospital and The Providence Center, will help with a stepped approach to treatment. From inpatient care if needed, to partial program for intensive short-term therapies, to outpatient community-based programs and support groups to sustain recovery. It’s a turning point everyone with addiction can make.