SELF-RECOVERY LLC, was opened in September of 2005 by Tommy Moore, NCAC I, C.E.O., to meet the growing need for substance abuse detoxification. By 2009, we realized that we would need to open a second unit in order to meet the growing demands of the victims of substance abuse. On February 1, 2009 we opened our 1st unit in Northern Alabama. In July of 2010, we moved from our home location in York, Alabama, to a more centralized location at Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital in Demopolis, Alabama. In June of 2014, we opened our first unit outside of the state of Alabama. Self-Recovery now has a unit at Southampton Memorial Hospital, in Franklin, Virginia. Self-Recovery is excited to take our services wherever there is a need! Self-Recovery was opened because we understand the struggle of addiction and the addict
still suffers. We, as the staff at Self-Recovery, believe that with proper treatment the disease of addiction can be placed in remission, allowing the individual to regain their self respect, dignity and control of their life. The Staff of Self-Recovery believes in treating each person as an individual, with dignity and respect. We understand that addiction is a life threatening disease, and that if left untreated will result in death. We also understand that recovery is possible! We never give up hope for the patient, even when a patient themselves has exhausted all hope. We give each patient the necessary tools to succeed in their recovery. The greatest reward that we as a staff receive is when we hear back from a patient who has completed the program and is living a sober life of recovery.