This Is What It Takes To Be Okay

By Chanda Lynn – Recovery Advocate for Transformations

It’s 1 a.m. I am sitting in a hospital bed, smacking myself in the face and roughly scraping underneath my eyes to give my face the appearance of distress and pain. It works- the doctor come

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Now What? Life After Treatment

By Natasha Lisbey, Transformations alumna and Supervisor of Alumni Services

I was blessed with an opportunity to remove myself from the toxic chaos I had cultivated in my active addiction, a few weeks where I was sequestered in a bubble of recover

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Returning Home after Treatment

By: Kevin Craner, BS, NCIP, CRS, Manager of Family Integrated Services at Transformations

Returning home after treatment is a major transition. Of those going home directly after PHP, the challenge is exponentially higher. Those that decide to rem

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We Will Help Light Your Path

By: Anna Mason, BS, CAP, Therapist at Transformations

Just as a child enters the doors of kindergarten, an addict enters the doors of a treatment center with a fear of the unknown, with anxiety of what is to come, and resistance to take a look at

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If You Have a Heartbeat, There’s Hope

The A&E premiere of Dope Man spotlighted the seemingly unstoppable drug epidemic that has been plaguing our country for decades. While there is no one person who can single-handedly stop lives from being lost to drug overdoses, Tim Ryan is a man in motion to make a difference.

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Where You Stay At?

It was an ah-ha moment for me in early sobriety, when something just made sense. I had completed treatment with Transformations and was starting to get involved with meetings, groups and working with my sponsor.

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Why We Love Our Alumni Community

By: Helana Cabral, Transformations Alumna and Director of Alumni Services

You don’t graduate sobriety. This is why being part of an amazing alumni family like the one we have at Transformations Treatment Center is so important. One of the things

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Death Brought a Knife

By: Phillip S., Transformations alumnus

 

As I walk through the valley of the….

Man, screw the shadow of death, I’m not about to rest

I got a lot of life left, he’s about to be out of breath

I’ve survived all his tests

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From a Father’s Perspective

Written by an anonymous father of one of our alumni

My son was headed down a very dark path for many years, beginning around the age of 13. The path was getting darker and darker as the years went by. I was at wits end not knowing where to turn. T

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