According to a White House report on drug abuse and alcohol addiction in North Dakota:
Drug addiction and alcohol abuse affect everyone from parents, grandparents, siblings, children and of course the addict. This epidemic is not just limited to North Dakota, where we hear of heroin related deaths almost daily.
Since drug and alcohol addiction is a national problem, it makes sense that drug rehabilitation treatment centers are available all around the nation.
If you are looking for a substance abuse treatment facility in the North Dakota area, maybe you should set your sites a little further from home.
If you have heard of a friend or a family member who went to drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Florida, you may have thought that it seemed as though they were going on a vacation. Besides the beautiful weather year round in Florida, there are clinical reasons why it makes sense to leave New York to come to Florida to attend a drug and alcohol rehab.
There are many people you or a loved one may be connected to at home that make it easier to get drugs or alcohol.
From drug dealers, to friends, to family members, an addict has multiple avenues to continue getting high or drunk when they are at home. They know all the spots to go, they know where family members keep money and valuables.
They have built a network of people that make it easier for them to sustain their addiction. Coming to Florida takes away that network.
Stress and anxiety are two contributing factors to drug addiction and alcohol abuse. That is why we offer holistic services such as massage therapy as part of our treatment program.
If you are coming from life in Fargo, Bismarck, Williston or any metropolitan area, you know that the city can be very fast paced, which can lead to unwanted stress and anxiety.
At Seastone of Delray, we are located just one block from the beach in Delray Beach, FL. This makes group therapy on the beach, yoga on the beach, and just plain fun on the beach a possibility that doesn’t exist at most drug rehab treatment centers in the country, let alone North Dakota.