By Alternatives in Treatment|August 22nd, 2012|Recently, our CEO David Michael celebrated an exciting milestone: his twentieth anniversary with Alternatives in Treatment. And all of David’s well-deserved fanfare led to us to discover something special about the rest of our staff. It turns out that, along with a steadfast commitment to the field of addiction treatment and recovery, there’s also plenty of commitment to Alternatives in Treatment itself.
By Alternatives in Treatment|July 24th, 2012|Each time I see the latest drug and alcohol rehab roll call while standing in a checkout line, I cringe at the lack of confidentiality and wonder whether many of these "attempts at sobriety" are much more than public relations posturing on the parts of celebrities and their management.
By Alternatives in Treatment|July 19th, 2012|In the treatment of substance abuse, there is an underlying truth that doesn’t often allow itself to be readily seen among rehab or detox or the twelve steps or the myriad other drug and alcohol treatment options in existence.
By Alternatives in Treatment|July 12th, 2012|Choosing to seek help in combating the disease of substance abuse may be one of the more difficult and equally meaningful decisions an addict will ever make.
By Alternatives in Treatment|June 11th, 2012|Paul Adams speaks with our Admissions Coordinator, Keith Berger. Keith has been with Alternatives in Treatment for seventeen years and has done extensive work in helping patients take the necessary steps toward treatment and recovery.
By Alternatives in Treatment|June 5th, 2012|To succinctly describe what Gratitude Night is, in terms of its purpose and importance, is almost impossible. The meaningfulness of the event is quite simply enormous. Here’s a bit of what Gratitude Night means to me.