The Importance of Staying Connected

The Importance of Staying Connected

Posted By Schick Shadel || Jan 26, 2016

FamilyAt Schick Shadel, we know that in order to be successful with our drug and alcohol addiction treatments, there has to be a connection and support system. This is why we allow our patients to stay connected to those who mean the most to them.

Our patients have access to visitors, laptops, and cell phones during their stay with us so they can stay connected. We know that going through such a life-changing time alone can be difficult. It can be easy to feel as if there is nobody by your side when you don’t have visitors or can’t talk to your family or friends.

When you are undergoing treatment with us, we make sure that you are able to keep the connections that matter most, so you know that the people you care for are there for you. Some methods may require you to isolate yourself during the treatment process, but we believe that adjusting to your new life requires these helpful individuals.

One of the things you will have to deal with upon your completion of the treatment is engaging with the people who know you best. Some feel that the pressure is too much for them when their family and friends don’t see the struggle. By opening our facilities to visitors and allowing you to speak with your loved ones, our team is hopeful that you can open communication. This can help your family and friends understand exactly what you are going through and they can provide the support you need.

Schick Shadel has helped more than 65,000 people in our 80+ years. We know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

Whether you need alcohol rehab or your loved one needs drug detox, our center is here to help. Call us today to learn more and take the next step to your new life.

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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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