Lifetime Recovery Part 3


Lifetime Recovery Part 3 – Successful Drug Treatment Since 1963 Lifetime Recovery and our parent, Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center, have provided focused, meaningful, treatment for chemical dependency to the people of Bexar County since 1963. Our residential campus is San Antonios oldest residential treatment center. We serve over 600 clients from all over Texas annually at our residential and outpatient centers, and maintain consistently strong outcomes for abstinence after treatment. Our core philosophy is to provide a meaningful experience for each client every day of treatment, with the goal of providing systemic change in each client who experiences treatment at our centers. Our core population is medically indigent addicts and alcoholics, many of whom are referred by the justice system as an alternative to incarceration. Lifetime Recovery has a residential program for men, outpatient programs for adult men and women, and family services. Residential Treatment


AP Top News at 12:09 am EST -Saturday, January 5, 2013 – KMPH FOX 26

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New York's attorney general sent two investigators to the Bishop Henry B. Hucles Episcopal Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Brooklyn last week after the AP reported that the home was swollen to nearly double its 240-bed licensed capacity …
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Cambria County Veterans Court

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Cambria County President Judge Timothy Creany and District Attorney Kelly Callihan introduced the Veteran's Court program, which allows those who served a chance at rehabilitation rather than jail time. "With the amount of soldiers that are now doing …
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He went from convict to cross-maker

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As part of his sentence, he went through a 90-day Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment program at Piedmont Correctional Institution in Salisbury in 2008. He then transferred to Tabor City Prison near Myrtle Beach, where he got a tattoo from …
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