The adventurer, Sir Edmund Hillary, and his mountaineering companion, Tenzing Norgay, are reputed to be the first climbers to officially reach the summit of Mount Everest. They did not accomplish this monumental feat in one giant leap. They reached the peak of the mountain one small step at a time.
These explorers were probably feeling more than a little fearful when they started for the summit. Climbing a mountain of that significance is a death defying act. In its own way, choosing to pursue a clean and sober path is a way of defying death. In the case of recovery, however, defying death means choosing life.
We understand that you may be feeling scared. We have stood in your shoes, gazing uncertainly skyward at the sheer magnitude of the slope. Instead of focusing on the long road ahead, we encourage you to shift your gaze and notice that we are waiting to walk alongside you.
When you call the Process Recovery Center, you can speak to professionals about our program without fear or pressure. You do not need to make a commitment. We are available to answer all of your questions. No one over the age of eighteen years of age is ever turned away. We are simply here to help, whether that means discussing how the Process Recovery Center is a good fit for you or by making a proper referral.
When you are facing something as immense as the disease of addiction, it is natural to feel alone and defenseless. Please call us today. You never have to feel alone again.