Arizona Woman Thanks The River Source for Their Invaluable Role in Her Recovery from Addiction

Arizona City, Arizona -

Arizona City, AZ - Rehab can be challenging, but the real work begins once a recovering addict returns to life on their own. For Moni, a graduate of The River Source addiction treatment center in Arizona, sobriety has lasted more than two years since she completed the program – and so has her gratitude.

I am very grateful that I was given a chance to go to The River Source,” Moni wrote in an enthusiastic five-star review on Google. “I learned so much to help me learn how to handle life and stay sober through whatever may come my way.”

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“I am over two years sober now and doing great,” she declared with pride, “and best of all I am happy.”

The River Source is a fully accredited drug and alcohol rehab center with five locations in Arizona. It offers residential and outpatient care for a complete recovery journey, from detox to rehab, including partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. In addition, graduates can continue receiving help in the Lifetime Alumni Program, which offers online and in-person support through meetings, workshops and speaker appearances, with a community of peers who keep each other going on the journey as they travel it together.

The River Source takes a unique holistic approach to addiction that treats the entire self – body, mind and spirit – for lasting sobriety. Clients are offered an exclusive guarantee: If they graduate from the whole program and follow their treatment plan advice but still relapse within a year of finishing, they can return for treatment at no charge.

The program is structured for success, however. At The River Source, addiction treatment begins with safe, medically supervised detox to rid the body of toxins and prepare it for rehab. Detox offers both traditional and naturopathic therapy to fully prepare the body for the work ahead without relying on artificial stimulation or comfort. Regimens include nutritional IV therapy, dry sauna, acupuncture, massage therapy and amino acid therapy.

After detox, clients undergo rehab with treatment plans customized for their unique needs. They include individual, group and family counseling and various non-traditional therapies such as yoga and meditation. Clients may also receive treatment for co-occurring disorders; in this diagnosis, the client has both a substance addiction and an underlying emotional or psychological condition. The addiction may only be a symptom of a deeper problem. Both must be treated together, or at least one will return. Finally, clients receive treatment to heal the spirit, learning strategies to continue sobriety long after leaving The River Source.

After successful completion of treatment, care continues with the Lifetime Alumni Program. This long-term follow-up offers online fellowship and in-person meetings and workshops. But, perhaps most critically, it provides a community of support from other alums who share the journey. Graduates also can call a 24-hour hotline if they feel at risk of relapse or have other questions or concerns.

The alumni program has been a lifeline for Moni.

“I still remain friends with many people I met at River Source,” she wrote in her review, “and I know I have so much support given by peers, counselors and employees. To still have their support after having been there such a long time ago says so much about them as well!”

To learn more about how The River Source can help people reclaim their lives from a substance disorder that has taken control of it, call 866-367-6881 and speak with one of their treatment team members any time day or night.

For information on Arizona’s premier drug and alcohol rehab program, visit The River Source or call 866-367-6881.

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For more information about The River Source - Arizona Drug Rehab Program, contact the company here:

The River Source - Arizona Drug Rehab Program
(480)210-6365
16286 Sunland Gin Rd, Arizona City, AZ 85123

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