Since it is considered to be a major problem, there have been various ways to deal with drug addiction. One of them is the availability of addiction treatment centers. These centers are very instrumental in helping addicted individuals to overcome their addiction and live a new and better lives. In fact, so many lives have been saved because of these centers. As long as the person is willing to be helped, overcoming addiction is always possible.
In Jackson, Michigan, there is a new rehab center that offers long-term drug addiction treatment services to people who have opioid use disorders. With this, patients will be given the option of enrolling in addiction treatment programs for one, two, or three months.
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A new rehab center that will offer long-term drug addiction treatment services to individuals who have opioid use disorders in Jackson, Michigan.
The new Jackson County rehab center will be established by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority in collaboration with Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Mike Hirst — a Jackson resident who began to mobilize efforts to increase access to addiction treatment and prevention after his son passed died of a heroin overdose in 2010 when he just 24 years old.
Hirst also stated that after years of grieving he learned how to believe that the death of his son Andrew could a bigger and more meaningful purpose — to help others who are going through similar battles as his son seek help.
The new drug rehab center, called Andy’s Place, will be giving patients who have opioid use disorders the option of enrolling in addiction treatment programs last either one, two or three months.