Card Of Gratitude - Recent Our Hope Alumna

Jun 11, 2013

Our Hope Association's all-women alcoholism/addiction treatment facility is run by an all-female team of helping professionals. For over 40 years, Our Hope has guided women to recovery from the diseases of alcoholism and/or addiction. Our gender-specific residential treatment offers a unique opportunity to women, providing individual therapy, group therapy, auricular acupuncture, reiki, yoga, as well as a variety of additional therapeutic and educational groups. Our Hope offers a unique, non-institutional, home-like environment conducive to early recovery. Most women entering treatment have experienced progressive deterioration of their spiritual, emotional and physical self. Our Hope's substance abuse treatment is designed to "meet each client where they are." The fact is that addiction is a progressive disease, therefore an individual's progression may vary. It's safe to say that if you are considering drug or alcohol treatment it would be worth looking into. We invite you to contact us online by clicking here or give us a call if you are interested in learning more. 

One similar feature to addiction is the obsession of your drug of choice. If you can relate, chances are you will be able to relate to the majority of both clients and staff of Our Hope. Often Our Hope alumnae will stop by to visit, make a phone call to a staff member or send a letter of how they are doing. This is a card we recently received from an alumna. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ This card is just one of many examples why being in recovery is such a gift. The card sender continues to spread awareness and to educate and advocate for others struggling with addiction. For those of us in recovery, it is vital that we continue to share our stories. Sharing our experience, strength, and hope reduces the stereotypical assumptions often accompanying the "alcoholic and/or addict" and empowers others, giving them the strength necessary to ask for help. Every day sober is a blessing and a gift!  

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