Get Sober for Your New Year's Resolution

Get Sober for Your New Year's Resolution

Posted By Schick Shadel || Jan 4, 2016

It seems as though everyone makes resolutions each time New Year’s Eve arrives. Whether they are small goals or promises to make big changes, this seems to be a time many people want to improve their lives. At Schick Shadel, having a New Year’s resolution often means having the opportunity at a new life. The individuals who come to us are often struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. To them, a New Year’s resolution means a chance to get sober and live life free of dependency.

Ourcounter-conditioning program is designed to give our patients a new life in just 10 days. We emphasize focus on the root of the addiction and aim to help our patients not only achieve sobriety, but maintain it for the rest of their lives.

A new year means new hope for individuals dealing with addiction. It is an opportunity to start fresh with the love and support of family and friends who surround you. If you are struggling with alcohol addiction or drug addiction, allow our team at Schick Shadel to help you. Our inpatient treatment center is dedicated to giving our patients a new life for the new year.

We have helped more than 65,000 people in our 80+ years in business. This has been accomplished through hard work, commitment, and proven treatments that are meant to last. We are more than just a place to discuss your addiction. We have nurses and doctors on staff who help you deal with the entire process and remove addiction from your life permanently.

It’s a new year. What’s stopping you from making a change that could save your life? Schick Shadel is ready to guide you on the path to sobriety. All you have to do is call us today and learn how our program can help you.

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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