Welcome to the most recent issue of The Bottom Line, the official newsletter of Breakthrough Recovery Outreach.
An individualized treatment approach begins with a total health assessment so that a treatment plan that specifically targets underlying components that encourage addiction and unmanaged mental health challenges can be developed.
Studies show that people suffering from PTSD are more susceptible to also having a co-occurring diagnosis of substance or alcohol abuse. The emotional toll PTSD takes on a sufferer cannot be overstated. The pain can easily lead someone to try to dull their symptoms and feelings through the use of alcohol or drugs. The desire to temporarily feel less pain can easily result in an addiction that requires treatment.
We hope that you’ll find our newsletter filled with helpful and hopeful information, resources, celebrations, events, and campus news.
For readers who are just getting to know us
We at Breakthrough Recovery Outreach believe that long-term recovery results from addressing problems in the whole individual and that wellness needs to occur in the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. This belief and dedication to wellness are evidenced in our programming of a holistic, systems approach to recovery coupled with our traditional 12-Step approach. At BRO, because we understand that each client is unique in their addiction and their road to recovery is uniquely different, we tailor our recovery programs to the individual needs of each client.
Breakthrough Recovery Outreach, LLC (BRO) was founded in 2005 and is a state-licensed, CARF accredited, ASAM Level III, quality substance abuse recovery program for men, women, young adults, and adolescents. At BRO, a team of highly qualified, licensed, and compassionate professionals with formal education, specialty training and certifications, and deep experience in the field of recovery are committed to meeting our clients where they are in their addiction. We are dedicated to helping our clients acquire and maintain sobriety by relearning positive, sober behavior patterns and life skills while reclaiming the joy and meaning in their lives stolen by addiction. We believe each human is worthy of recovery and deserves freedom from the disease of addiction and unmanaged mental health disorders.
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