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Synonyms for rehab

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

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California's Los Angeles Drug Rehab announced the fusing of up-and-coming chemical dependency recovery services into its acclaimed inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program, which is a result of the ongoing relationship with an organization providing cutting-edge recovery solutions using advanced neuroscience applications.
While striving for success, Los Angeles Drug Rehab has searched long and hard for a new and effective approach for those struggling with substance abuse addictions.
That was a very good article about Amy Winehouse and her experiences with rehab because it spotlights the experience that addicts have with most rehab programs, which is that most of them go back onto drugs after leaving a rehab program.
Unfortunately, less than 100 of the 16,000 plus licensed rehab facilities in America have anything better than a 20% success rate in getting people off drugs or alcohol and keeping them from relapsing.
"When we came to the new rehabs, they made us leave our washers and dryers," said Reba Johnson, a resident of Altgeld Gardens.
Generally, rehab candidates were older B quality buildings or single occupant corporate buildings.
Art had rehab at a quite reputable center in the eastern United States.
“With the loss of insurance as a result of unemployment or inability to seek out professional care from physical therapists or chiropractors due to increased employer mandated co-payments or deductibles, many people are electing to provide their own supervised care at home by accessing professional products from Discount Rehab Supplies.
“We agree that there are many ways to treat lower back pain and other body aches and pains,” said Suzanne Donnelly, owner of Discount Rehab Supplies.
“There seems to be a reduction in patient volumes going to PT clinics and chiropractors over the last few years and this trend is expected to continue,” said Suzanne Donnelly, owner of Discount Rehab Supplies.