“Over the years I have discovered – both personally and through working with thousands of struggling and recovering people – that there is much more to recovery than ceasing the use of substances and unhealthy behaviors. Recovery is a journey of self-discovery and reflection, and in order for it to be sustainable, it needs to include every aspect of a person’s life: mental, emotional, physical and spiritual. Developing new tools and a healthy lifestyle is essential, and more emphasis needs to be placed not just on treatment, but also on relapse prevention, and collective education on the disease of addiction.
There are an estimated 60 million Americans who misuse substances but have not yet become dependent. There are also 23 million in recovery from addiction who have yet to experience the fullness of the recovery life. Many of these individuals do not need a traditional inpatient rehabilitation program or a hospital stay, but rather a place to recalibrate their lives, adopt a wellness lifestyle, learn techniques to improve their health, and help them realize their full potential.
When we ask you to ‘Discover Your Why,’ we are asking you to search for the answers that will be the key to health and personal fulfillment. Discovering why you are not living your best life is the first step to finding your path to success.”
– Chris Herren, Founder