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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.

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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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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.

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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

What is a Trigger?

Identifying Addiction Triggers and Finding Coping Strategies Every person overcoming an addiction needs to understand how triggers can impact the long-term success of their recovery. In fact, understanding your triggers might be the most important thing to...

The Truth About 12-Step

Are 12-Step Programs Sufficient Treatment for Addiction Recovery? 12-Step programs have been foundational in the addiction recovery industry since they originated in the 1930s. At first, the programs were used to help people overcome alcohol addiction....

Why Your Child’s Addiction is NOT Your Fault

Why Your Child's Addiction is Not Your Fault Current research about an addict's brain activity indicates that with addiction comes a change in brain wiring. Simply put, the addict loses control. When this happens, all the addict is concerned...

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