Happy Thanksgiving from Schick Shadel

Happy Thanksgiving from Schick Shadel

Posted By Schick Shadel || Nov 24, 2015

The holidays are approaching and our team at Schick Shadel could not be more thankful for the patients we are able to help on a daily basis. When we opened our doors more than 80 years ago, we had a dedication to provide treatment for addiction. Today, we hold ourselves to a high standard, always working to help our patients take the next steps in their lives drug and alcohol free.

We are thankful that we have had the amazing opportunity of helping more than 65,000 patients come into our treatment center and walk away with a new lease on life. Our counter conditioning treatment has proven effective time and time again, and it has been our honor to serve patients from all walks of life. During these special times when celebration is supposed to be prominent, you shouldn’t have to worry about potential downfalls. This is why we are here to help you.

Every chance we get, we want to make sure our patients know that we truly care about their success in recovery. Our patients have given us a tremendous opportunity to make a positive change in their lives and we take this responsibility very seriously. It is why we are so grateful that we have had the chance to do this for so long.

If you or someone you love is dealing with the struggles of addiction, Schick Shadel is here to help. Our alcohol and drug addiction treatment center is designed to provide patients with an alternative to the 12-step plan. Our counter conditioning treatment works to give our patients a new life in just 10 days. Learn more by contacting our team as soon as possible. If you are in recovery, have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving! Thank you for letting us serve you.

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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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