Fort Lauderdale, FL-- Eric, a resident of Fort Lauderdale, is celebrating two years of sobriety after attending rehab at The Source Addiction Treatment Center. He attributes his success in part to the compassionate care he received at The Source. He recently left the alcohol and drug rehab center a five-star review on Google as part of a tribute to his two-year anniversary. In it, he details how much their help impacted him and taught him the skills he needed to be successful in recovery long term.
“This was hands down the best treatment center I have ever been to and unfortunately I have been to a lot. I celebrated 2 years clean almost a month ago! I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for The Source providing me with the tools, support, and resources that allowed me to find my path to recovery!” Eric said.
The Source believes in treating addiction at the root, healing its underlying causes, instead of just the symptoms of addictive behaviors. For most people, the lasting impact of traumatic life experiences contributes to the development of substance abuse and addiction. Exploring and addressing this allows people to heal from the negative symptoms associated with trauma and decrease the desire to self-medicate with drugs and alcohol.
The Source believes that the key to a successful recovery program is centered on compassion and personalized treatment that suits the needs of each individual. The staff and their genuine dedication to clients’ success is what really sets The Source apart and helps clients like Eric succeed.
“What really matters and what differentiated The Source from all the other treatment centers I have been to was how much they truly cared about me and everyone else there and treated us all like family. Plus, they have the nicest facility I ever went to. We were always doing fun things and they are located in one of the best parts of Fort Lauderdale so it was a win-win. Thank you to my Source family!” Eric said.
When asked about their treatment philosophy, a member of The Source team said, “Our compassionate staff has a keen understanding of what addiction is and the pain that is often part of the recovery process; particularly at the start. And we know from our own personal journeys how difficult treatment can be. But we also know the joy and freedom that recovery brings and we are able to share our experience, strength and hope with each of our clients. In our eyes, no one is too far gone. We won’t simply give up on our clients.”
For people like Eric, who have been in and out of treatment centers for a long time, the unconditionally loving atmosphere at The Source can make all the difference. In addition to welcoming clients as family, The Source also provides a wide range of evidence-based trauma-informed therapies that help clients uncover the underlying causes of their addiction and truly succeed in recovery.
The Source offers traditional therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, group and individual counseling sessions, and twelve-step meetings. But they also provide leading-edge therapies not often found at other treatment centers. These include treatments like Brain Mapping, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT), Biosound Healing, and Meditation.
To promote the continuation of care after completing the program, The Source provides strong ongoing support which can include outpatient treatment, sober living housing, twelve-step meetings, and alumni events. Staying connected with like-minded individuals who are working hard to make positive changes in their life is an important key to success in recovery from addiction.
For anyone who’s struggling with addiction or concerned about a loved one, The Source is available 24/7 to answer questions and provide guidance. Call (800) 204-0418 or find them online at www.thesourcetreatmentcenter.com.
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