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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Tennessee Recovery

Recovering from alcohol and drug addiction requires individual courage and the support of those who understand what it takes to begin, and maintain recovery. English Mountain Recovery is a 36-bed residential treatment facility located in the Smokey Mountains of East Tennessee. Please see our program schedule here.

Here our professional and dedicated clinical team assists clients and their families in developing new core beliefs and conclusions about themselves. This unique program focuses on the individual needs, enabling self-discovery and recovery. People who enroll in English Mountain Recovery are removed from the stresses and distractions of everyday life, entering a safe environment where they can concentrate on the process of recovery in the beautiful serene setting of the Smokey Mountains. We recommend a stay of 90 days. Call us today for more information.
I have spent the last ninety days up here on English Mountain. I am being discharged tomorrow. I would like to thank you for the opportunity at sobriety. Before I found myself here I was living on the streets in Los Angeles, California. I was physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually bankrupt. I had no where to go and was drinking my breakfast, lunch and dinner. The only thing that I knew for sure is, it wouldn’t be long before I checked out.. I have been drinking for more than half of my life starting at the age of 13. I am now 28. I had reached the point that when I stopped drinking I got very physically sick and had to be hospitalized for DT’s more than once. Even though I would be sober coming out of the hospital I didn’t know what it took for me to quit. Without a spiritual foundation I was lost and sobriety was not an option. Since being up here I have found my higher power. I have found a freedom I have never known before. The chains of alcohol have been broken and today I have a choice. I would like to express my deepest gratitude and thanks to all who have made this possible. Just so you know you have saved at least one broken life.
Tony V.

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