Are you looking for a Stamford drug rehab center?
In the past, there have not been many , or any, alternatives for adults living in the area to find a Stamford drug rehab center or one close enough to be practical. In 2015, this changed with the opening of New Freedom Academy in the historic town of Canterbury.
There is more that sets this treatment center apart than the fact that it serves as a resource for those looking for a Stamford drug rehab center. First, it serves the biggest population affected by drug addiction; adults aged 18+. Second, it serves only adults, which lessens the chance of distractions that could occur at coed facilities. Third, it is an intensive program designed for people with their particular challenges and needs in mind. People are particularly influenced by peers and achievement amongst peers. When everyone in the facility are adults, the peer goals become recovery oriented and give people a chance to focus on setting and achieving life goals to form a strong foundation for their lives.
New Freedom Academy is a program that builds trust and teaches people how to take responsibility for their lives and to create a community of other sober adults. Many college students develop attitudes toward drug use that lead to acceptance of abusing drugs as a way of life. These ideas are so prevalent that it is difficult for the adult caught up in such a culture to make a meaningful move toward recovery even as their life is becoming more and more unmanageable. New Freedom Academy is based on the 12-steps, which can turn this way of thinking around for the addict.
New Freedoms creates a culture of acceptance and accountability that helps adults bond with each other creating healthy attitudes towards themselves, their personal goals and their community. This highly focused environment of adults serves as a powerful peer group – a sober, clean peer group moving toward responsibility and achievement. With a close enough proximity for families, New Freedom Academy is the answer to a Stamford drug rehab center.