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We at Next Chapter believe that our fully comprehensive clinical program is, in the majority of cases, best supplemented by an introduction to and education on the 12-step method of recovery. While we understand that the 12-step method of recovery may not be necessary for some our patients, many of the men we treat struggle with dual diagnosis disorders.
Even if a patient is being treated for mental health or trauma as a primary diagnosis, we may recommend he attend outside 12-step meetings if we believe that he would benefit from them. In many instances, we find that supplementing clinical recovery with a 12-step program of some kind to be extremely beneficial. We introduce our patients to many varieties of program – not merely Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.
90 Days ago, with little hope and feelings of total helplessness, I drove my son from New York to Next Chapter on a recommendation from our District Attorney’s office. We were meet with an instant feeling of understanding and renewed hope. Addiction is a life-long battle, but with the understanding, therapy and commitment that was given at Next Chapter I feel cautiously optimistic regarding my son’s recovery. Next Chapter and their staff I regard as high level professionals.