We know you have them.

Challenges. Courage. Change.

Challenges.

We know all too well the mental, physical, and emotional drain of the addiction battle.
Losing the battle is not an option and yet many people do when they try to overcome addiction without professional help. You are not alone because DCRCA is here to help you through the recovery stages.

We begin by first saying “we are happy for you” because by reading this text, you have said “Yes” to the challenge. You have taken the first and most important step of acknowledging that addiction recovery is a challenge but possible. We are ready to start the recovery journey with you, walk through the challenges with you, and cross the finish line to recovery with you. We will help you address negative emotions, build and restore your relationships with friends, family, and most importantly, build and restore a more secure and positive relationship with yourself. Our professionals will help you understand how to avoid situations attributed to the scary word “relapse.”

You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice.
– Bob Marley

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Courage.

What does courage look like? Try to visualize it because your honesty to admit to yourself that you have an addiction problem, your bravery to let us partner with you to conquer the addiction, and your perseverance to never give up on being your best you makes your total recovery just around the corner.

Those three amazing attributes of courage: honesty, bravery, and perseverance have nudged you to start your recovery journey regardless of the uncertainties and has defined your resiliency to overcome challenges.

Honesty, bravery, perseverance = your courage

Your courage exists because you lack nothing. Cherish it. Recognize that it is your courage that will usher in a healthier you.

But you, take courage! Do not let your hands be weak, for your work shall be rewarded.
– 2 Chronicles 15:7

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Change.

Change is a journey.
During the journey to achieve change you will experience high and low moments. Nevertheless, it is a part of the healing process. These moments help form the new you who will emerge after doing the work and we are here to do the work with you.

Applaud yourself because you have taken a significant step to make your life better and DCRCA understands this journey. We understand how frightening it can be to start a process that will change your life. Our coaches and support team are your coaches and support team who will help you overcome the addiction. The support you will receive from our professionals will be customized to your story and a big part of this customization will be designed to keep you positive during this journey through change.
We have been where you are now. We know change and we apply our knowledge when coaching partners like you.

One day or day one. You decide.
– Unknown

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