Be There for the Holidays

Be There for the Holidays

Posted By Schick Shadel || Nov 30, 2015

Stores are starting to play holiday music. Décor is beginning to cover the homes of individuals all over. It is time for quality moments spent with the family and friends. When addiction takes over someone’s life, though, the holidays can feel incomplete. No matter if someone is dealing with an alcohol or drug addiction, it is important for family to provide the support that this individual needs.

At Schick Shadel, we are dedicated to providing the alcohol and drug addiction treatment that individuals need to not only get clean, but to kick the habit for good. We want everyone to be there with their families and friends when the holidays come around.

Our counter conditioning treatment program is designed to help patients kick addiction for good so they can be with the people they love for the holidays. This is the perfect time to take the next step towards recovery and maintaining your sobriety. You will have the support of your family and friends around you to keep you occupied and in line. If you are occupied by activities, fun times, loving people, and great memories, you can effectively keep enough on your plate to not even think about your recovery.

Our team at Schick Shadel has helped more than 65,000 patients over our 80 years in operation. We know what it takes to help with the initial problems that generally lead to addiction. Your family is important, as is your recovery. To make the holidays a perfect time for you and your loved ones, we work hard to provide the care you need.

If you are ready to take the next step towards recovery, call Schick Shadel today. With the opportunity to have a new life in just 10 days, you can be ready to celebrate the holidays the right way: with your family.

The Benefits of Schick Shadel:

  • Fast 10-Day Inpatient Program

  • Over 65,000 Patients Treated

  • Not a 12-Step Based Program

  • Medical Hospital with MDs and RNs

  • Addiction is Treated as a Medical Condition

  • Most Insurance Accepted

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