By Derrick D. Billingslea. For centuries individuals in recovery would carry around notebooks, notepads, pens, pencils, the big book, etc, to help track their recovery progress. Now we live in a technology society where everyone is carrying around this thing called a cellphone/smartphone and with it comes great inventions for convince. HUGS Recovery Centers has foundRead More
By Derrick D. Billingslea. The cold season is among us now, hot chocolate, tea, apple cider, etc. are drinks we love to sip in the winter. Another drink many like to indulge in is alcohol, and mixing it in something hot is called the famous “Hot Tottie”. Spare yourself from this potential deadly mix ofRead More
By Derrick D. Billingslea. As of 12/30/2016 8:43am, alcohol has taken the lives of 133,575 people according to United States of American Realtime Death Toll and 390,115 for drug use which includes, tobacco, all drug abuse, prescription drug overdose, and smoking in bed. Source www.romans322.com/daily-death-rate-statistcs.php. 2016 should not be looked at as just a tragicRead More
In this day and age, it’s hard to find a company you can trust. HUGS Recovery Centers was recommended to me by a friend, and now I know why – the quality of service I received was outstanding. Keep up the good work and I'll remain on this wonderful path of recovery!( )
The level of service at HUGS Recovery Centers is fantastic. Having been a client for two years, I am consistently impressed by the professionalism of every staff member I have come in contact with. Thank you for my recovery.( )
Today I have a loving relationship with my family and friends, a great job and most importantly, I'm alcohol and drug free. Thank God for the love of HUGS.( )
Going to HUGS Recovery Centers in the fall of 2002 was the life changing experience that I needed. The staff always showed me how to look at things in a more realist way. You could feel the love. I shall always be thankful for them guiding me to the loving path of recovery.( )
Ask about our specialized young adults programs, because your son can't help that he's addicted to drugs....but we can.