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Did you know...?

According to the CDC, over-use of alcohol is associated with approximately 75,000 deaths per year.

Alcohol is a factor in over 40% of all deaths in car accidents.

Getting free is not easy, but highly rewarding and it's being done everyday with the help of caring people trained to help you or the someone you love.

Timeless Wisdom:

"The secret of happiness is freedom. The secret of freedom is courage."

- Thucydides - Ancient Greek Historian 5th Century B.C.

“He who is brave is free.”

Seneca - Roman Philosopher 1st Century

 

 

 

 

Al Anon

Father Tom W.
Al Anon Meeting  -
For those close to an alcoholic
Very Funny and Informative
Laugh and Learn!

Celebrate Recovery

Relapse Prevention

 

Recovery Music
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Album: Thy Kingdom Come
Why I Came
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Pour Out My Heart
The Lord's Prayer
Sing Praise, Be Healed

Album: Presence
All That I Have
In Your Presence
East to West
Shelter in the Storm
Heart of a Child
Little by Little et al
Healing
I Go With You
I Hear You Calling

All Music Copyright © 2015
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Welcome to Rehab Treatment Outpatient Centers and Services
 

Outpatient services may include various treatment forms including Intensive Recovery Programs (IRP) which provide extensive individual therapy, group therapy and activities with Alternate Peer Groups (APG's) which can dramatically help sustain one's commitment to sobriety by providing new friends who share your values and life direction. 

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When You're In Crisis
When crisis knocks on our door it can test the foundations of our character and relationships.  It's easy to be happy and appear strong in good times, but trials can reveal precious information about us and provide tremendous opportunities for change and growth.  The routine items of daily life become a laborious chore.  We can struggle at work.  Marriages become pressured.  If you are in crisis, give yourself permission to realize that this is a tough time and you'll need to manage yourself accordingly.   You're going to feel reactive.  Be aware of the pressure and take special precautions to work on calmness, connectedness and prayer.

Calmness
In crisis, decisions can be made in haste. Breathe. Take walks.  Try to monitor your breathing and slow it down.  Getting control over your breathing can begin to take authority over the anxiety and temptation to panic.  The world is not falling apart.  The birds will be singing in the morning.  And you will get through this stronger and wiser and closer to those who love you.

Connectedness
It's important to take a step back and talk over your options. Perhaps it is time to open up to some friends or family.  Diversify.   Depending on the wisdom of just one person is usually not enough.  Maybe it's time to visit a support group such as Alanon or AA.  The present difficulty is driving you to seek help, and that's a good thing. Be encouraged.  Many precious pearls are coming your way because of this crisis.  Draw on your resources.  Talk it out with friends.  Gain wisdom. 

Pray
Most of all we recommend prayer.  Crisis, like no other time, can give us a listening ear to God's voice and direction.  Maybe it's time to visit that church you've been thinking about.

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging...Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth."  Psalm 46:1-3,10
Follow Through
In this directory you'll find in-patient rehab treatment facilities by city or state location.  And a few out-patient programs.  Ask a lot of questions.   Compare prices.  Check with your health insurance agent to find out what services if any they will cover.   Also consider A.A.  There are links on each page to Alcoholics Anonymous, which has a good success rate and offers a sense of community.
 

Consultation
We offer consultation services to help you understand the treatment process and choices available. 

If you are seeking help for yourself or a loved-one, we will empower you to choose your treatment program wisely.  Sober Coaching - Parent Partnering by Rhonda David, MS.LMFT Therapist in Camarillo

 

 

 

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