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Des Moines, Iowa was founded in 1834 when a military post was established where the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers merge. Since then, it has grown into a modern metropolis with a population of over half a million people. A big city with small town appeal, it’s no wonder that so many find De Moines, Iowa a peaceful, relaxing environment with much to offer all its citizens.

Is Traveling for Treatment Helpful?

Travelling for treatment can be very helpful, as it can get you away from influences that may have contributed to or remind you of your addiction. Spending time away from a familiar environment can help as you learn new coping mechanisms and techniques. In a new place, while surrounded by others who have gone through similar experiences and learning from trained professionals, you can begin your path to recovery.
Whether you have been addicted for years, or find yourself newly bound in this disease, there is hope for you. It is never too late to begin again, and treatment can help you start your new life free from the bonds of addiction. You are worth it, and there are people who care about you and want to see you free from addiction. Whether you choose to travel for your treatment or stay home, we can find a treatment center to fit your needs.
Give us a call and we’ll help you get the help you need (866) 578-7471.

 

What Should I Expect From Treatment?

At our facility, we provide the best treatment possible to help you in your recovery journey. From medically assisted detox, to different forms of therapy and personalized treatment plans, you can be sure that you are getting the best care for you and your needs.
The first step in your treatment is a medically assisted detox. This process will clear your mind and prepare you mentally and physically for the next step in your recovery.
After detox, it is highly recommended that you attend rehab, where you will have the opportunity to create a personalized treatment plan with a therapist, attend therapy, and learn coping mechanisms that will help you in your life of recovery.
After leaving rehab, it is highly advised that you start attending local meetings, such as AA and NA, to help further you in your journey and connect with the recovery community around you.
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Finding a meeting in your area after leaving treatment can help you remember everything you learned while in rehab and connect with others who are going through the same experience as you. Attending local meetings where you can connect with those around you in the community who are also in recovery can strengthen you in your efforts to stay sober. The meetings give you a safe place to go where you can be around others who understand your situation, and give you the opportunity to provide support to others.

Meetings are a place for those who have experienced addiction in their lives to come together and listen to each other, offer support to each other, and learn more about the process of living a sober life. Coming together as a community and helping each other is an important part for many in their recovery process.

It has never been easier to find meetings in your area than today. With access to technology and word of mouth, no one ever need feel like they are alone or that they have nowhere to go. In these meetings, you will find a community unlike any other, a community devoted to uplifting each other through their own personal experiences and the knowledge they have come to learn through experiencing addiction for themselves. It truly is a world of people who uniquely understand you in a way that only someone who has been there themselves can. Start today. Reach out to a local meeting in your area today, and start connecting with the recovery community around you.

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  • Young
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