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Addiction is a disease that affects all facets of life, and in order to be effective, we need to take a holistic approach to heal the body, mind, and spirit. Then it is important to create new connections, within and with others, to support your long term recovery. Even when treatment is complete, we will continue to support you in recovering a happy, whole, and useful life.

Paul Melnuk, CEO

Everyday, addicts must choose to recover a whole and useful life free from addiction. Members of Aurora’s community continue to get support even after treatment to help them recover for life.

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World-Class Facility Designed For Recovery

Everyday, addicts must choose to recover a whole and useful life free from addiction. Members of Aurora’s community continue to get support even after treatment to help them recover for life.

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World-Class Facility Designed For Recovery

Everyday, addicts must choose to recover a whole and useful life free from addiction. Members of Aurora’s community continue to get support even after treatment to help them recover for life.

>> Learn more about our facility

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Everyday, addicts must choose to recover a whole and useful life free from addiction. Members of Aurora’s community continue to get support even after treatment to help them recover for life.

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Resources

How to Eat for Recovery

How to Eat for Recovery Addiction takes a very serious toll on your body and commonly leads to malnourishment. For this reason, in active recovery, it is imperative to pay extra attention to how one fuels and heals their body. Alcohol Addiction People addicted to...

What is EMDR Treatment?

What is EMDR? EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. EMDR shows that the mind can in fact heal from psychological trauma...

How to Meditate

In the past we find regret. In the future, we often find worry. But the present is a blank slate. This very moment is calm and spacious. Breath into this very moment.

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