Best Drug Rehabilitation

Best Drug Rehabilitation | Memorial Day 2016, ,

While we at Best Drug Rehabilitation keep the progress of our patients in the recovery process at the highest level of priority, we also understand that there is a tremendous amount of benefit to be found in taking a step away from the treatment program for a little while. We realize how stressful and difficult overcoming addiction can be at times. There is the physical stress of detox and withdrawal. Uncovering and addressing the underlying causes of addiction requires digging through all of the bad memories and past trauma that drugs and alcohol have served as an “escape” from. Then there is learning how to handle reemerging emotions, numbed by months or years of substance abuse, in a healthy and positive manner. All of this combined can be overwhelming for many of our patients. Taking some time to step away from the rehabilitation program and just enjoy the day is a welcome change from the difficult recovery process, and allows the patient to return to their treatment refreshed and ready to face any obstacles that may come up.

There are many opportunities for our patients to take a break from their treatment program throughout their stay at our recovery center. Sometimes it is a trip to a local horse stable or animal shelter. Other times it might be a charity fundraising walk or some other form of community outreach activity. Most recently, patients and staff took a trip to the public beach in Manistee, MI, where Best Drug Rehabilitation is located, to celebrate Memorial Day in honor of our fallen heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country’s freedom. The traditional way of Americans honoring these brave men and women is to enjoy the freedom that they fought and died for, and many choose to do so with cookouts and fellowship. Our outing was no different, as we fired up the grill for the traditional American cookout fare of burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, and all the regular things you would expect to find at a Memorial Day cookout.

Even though these outings are taking a break from focusing on the rehabilitation process, they are actually beneficial to that process as well. Not only do they allow the patient to return to their treatment process refreshed and ready to confront the real issues behind their addictive behaviors, especially when they are faced with an particularly difficult or painful part of their program, these outings also give the patients an opportunity to connect with each other on a more personal level. They are having fun with each other, and creating memories that will last a lifetime. They are discovering that they can actually have a good time and enjoy the company of others without using drugs or alcohol. “I think it’s a really good thing to not have drugs or alcohol clouding up your mind,” explains Jamie Rossi, the Director of Training at BDR. “When you go out on a day like today, and have fun and enjoy the holidays. Everybody’s not drinking and people aren’t using drugs – they see that ‘Hey, we can have fun. We can enjoy life. This is what life really is.’”

That is exactly what the entire program at Best Drug Rehabilitation is all about – helping our patients to discover their path to a happier, healthier, more positive way of life. Our patients are able to form healthy and functioning relationships, and learn how to repair those bonds that may have been damaged or broken as a result of their substance abuse. They find the ability to build a better life for themselves and their loved ones, and to work towards a brighter and more promising tomorrow.

Learn More Here:
http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com…

Best Drug Rehabilitation
300 Care Center Drive
Manistee, MI 49660

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Call now if you are seeking help: 1-888-820-5366

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While we at Best Drug Rehabilitation keep the progress of our patients in the recovery process at the highest level of priority, we also understand that there is a tremendous amount of benefit to be found in taking a step away from the treatment program for a little while. We realize how stressful and difficult overcoming addiction can be at times. There is the physical stress of detox and withdrawal. Uncovering and addressing the underlying causes of addiction requires digging through all of the bad memories and past trauma that drugs and alcohol have served as an “escape” from. Then there is learning how to handle reemerging emotions, numbed by months or years of substance abuse, in a healthy and positive manner. All of this combined can be overwhelming for many of our patients. Taking some time to step away from the rehabilitation program and just enjoy the day is a welcome change from the difficult recovery process, and allows the patient to return to their treatment refreshed and ready to face any obstacles that may come up.

There are many opportunities for our patients to take a break from their treatment program throughout their stay at our recovery center. Sometimes it is a trip to a local horse stable or animal shelter. Other times it might be a charity fundraising walk or some other form of community outreach activity. Most recently, patients and staff took a trip to the public beach in Manistee, MI, where Best Drug Rehabilitation is located, to celebrate Memorial Day in honor of our fallen heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country’s freedom. The traditional way of Americans honoring these brave men and women is to enjoy the freedom that they fought and died for, and many choose to do so with cookouts and fellowship. Our outing was no different, as we fired up the grill for the traditional American cookout fare of burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, and all the regular things you would expect to find at a Memorial Day cookout.

Even though these outings are taking a break from focusing on the rehabilitation process, they are actually beneficial to that process as well. Not only do they allow the patient to return to their treatment process refreshed and ready to confront the real issues behind their addictive behaviors, especially when they are faced with an particularly difficult or painful part of their program, these outings also give the patients an opportunity to connect with each other on a more personal level. They are having fun with each other, and creating memories that will last a lifetime. They are discovering that they can actually have a good time and enjoy the company of others without using drugs or alcohol. “I think it’s a really good thing to not have drugs or alcohol clouding up your mind,” explains Jamie Rossi, the Director of Training at BDR. “When you go out on a day like today, and have fun and enjoy the holidays. Everybody’s not drinking and people aren’t using drugs – they see that ‘Hey, we can have fun. We can enjoy life. This is what life really is.’”

That is exactly what the entire program at Best Drug Rehabilitation is all about – helping our patients to discover their path to a happier, healthier, more positive way of life. Our patients are able to form healthy and functioning relationships, and learn how to repair those bonds that may have been damaged or broken as a result of their substance abuse. They find the ability to build a better life for themselves and their loved ones, and to work towards a brighter and more promising tomorrow.

Learn More Here:
http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com…

Best Drug Rehabilitation
300 Care Center Drive
Manistee, MI 49660

Follow Best Drug Rehabilitation on Twiiter:
https://twitter.com/BestDrugRehab

Like Best Drug Rehabilitation on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/BDROfficial

Call now if you are seeking help: 1-888-820-5366

11 thoughts on “Best Drug Rehabilitation”

  1. Elizabeth Connor says:

    So much fun. I love that BDR does this kind of thing on a holiday. They really make it fun and it shows the patients that they can have fun without drugs or alcohol. I think it's amazing that you really learn that you can have a good time without drugs or alcohol and you don't just have counselors telling you that you could have a good time. Having that experience will really help when these patients leave the program.

  2. Sandra Carter says:

    It seems like they are having so much fun on the beach 🙂 I like that Best Drug Rehabilitation dose thing like this. That way the patients see how they can enjoy the holiday and having fun without using any drugs or alcohol. Thank you BDR for having this little event for your patients.

  3. Suzie Ledezma says:

    This is amazing! I love seeing things like this. You can tell that best drug
    rehabilitation cares for their patients by doing things like this on this kind
    of holiday. It’s beautiful see how they do not need drugs or alcohol to have a
    good time.

  4. Sophia Harper says:

    It's so great that Best Drug Rehab does this for the clients. It looks like a ton of fun. It also gives the clients real life experience of going out and being with friends and having fun without drugs or alcohol. When the clients finish their program and leave the first time they go out with friends won't be so awkward for them. They will have the knowledge of doing something similar without drugs and it'll be easier to not use. I think that's amazing.

  5. Kerry Mcphee says:

    Wow, that looks like such fun! It's great to see all these clients out there on a beautiful sunny beach day enjoying themselves without drugs or alcohol. It's great they can do this sort of thing while in the program so they can see how nice life can actually be drug or alcohol free. Another great stress reliever as well. And a great way for them all to get to know and become friends with one another, and also even improve they communication skills. Love it.

  6. Damien Taylor says:

    I am sure they are having fun on this Holiday! That`s how to show them how to enjoy themselves and that beautiful day without any drugs. Thanks BDR for this beautiful day you gave them!

  7. Sophie Ann says:

    I really like this video, very nice beach and nice people! This is such a fantastic day to celebrate memorials day. I think that theyare nor only celebrating memoril day, but also that they are drug and alcohol free, which is a huge achivement. I think it awesome that they do such putings and field trisp and actaully have fun too, cause that is also a lesson, plus i guess it would be wucks to just be closed in a building for the entire time, so this is awesome. They learn to be in a community ans have fun naturally. The best way to have fun by the way! And going to the nature is just even better, getting a bit of sun, some vitamins from it, excellent! I think it is also awesome that best drug rehab provides the opportunity for their cleints to go like animal shelter and other community activities, they are truly doing good in the world! I love it! I am persuaded that best drug rehab is a fantastic place and they are doing very good to people, they are really helping and caring! Their methods are veryworkable, they are really natural and holistic in their approach and have a very modern view on addiction, and i love that!

  8. Ashley Billson says:

    Yeah that looks really fun! That is one great way to spend such a great holiday. If is way more fun without alcohol or drug, you will beable to remember it and all, andyou are gonna have way more fun! It seems like they had so much, fun, I would have had too. Very nice people, all of them, and I think this is also a great lesson that they can actually be sober and have fun. Very great thing that here they take the clients outside and they do different avtivities, and that the in fact have this regurarly. They have other activities rhey can do during holidays and weekends. This is a way better way to do rehab and also I think it is such a modern spproach. They are really modern in their entire rehab process, and this just adds a great bonus. This is why they have great result! This place really is a fun great place.

  9. Joanna Reeds says:

    I really appreciate that at Best Drug Rehab you don't have just a bunch of stuffy counselors telling you that you can have a good time without drugs or alcohol being involved. The counselors and the rest of the people working at BDR really show you that you can have a really good time without drugs or alcohol and it makes it easier when you graduate your program and leave. You already know that you can have fun and it takes that awkwardness out of the first time you end up out to dinner with friends or family and that makes such a big difference.

  10. Kay Cee says:

    This video looks like they are having so much fun on this Holiday. It is such a nice movement that Best Drug Rehabilitation is having this event for the patients. it definitely makes them feel like they are home and not at the Hospital. And it is important during the rehab. Also they can see how they can enjoy the day and enjoy themselves without any drugs and alcohol. Thanks BDR for this great event.

  11. Julie Phillips says:

    I really love that they do things like this at Best Drug Rehab. It really helped my brother out when he was there. Really experiencing again the things he loved to do when he was sober and having fun without drugs made it so much easier on him when he came home. He was able to go out and have fun without worrying about how he would react to certain things. He changed a lot when he was at BDR and it's really made everything in his life and the lives of the rest of our family so much better.

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