The absolute best treatment program! I believed I was in treatment against my will, so when I first arrived at Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO I wouldn’t open up and talk during group or individual counseling. I believed that nobody would understand me, or my problems, and that rehab couldn't work. Listening to my housemates and other addicts in group, I began to realize that we had experienced the same things. Soon I started to communicate, open up, and get much stronger and healthier. Without Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO, I honestly don't think that I'd be alive right now, and it was their kind, compassionate staff that truly saved my life!
— Aljon, ColumbiaJun 23, 2012
Gave me my life! I can’t thank Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO enough! Thanks to them, I've got my life back again, I am capable of reconnecting with my loved ones, and I've got an excellent job in order to support my family. If you need to change your lifestyle, I'd unquestionably recommend their detox and rehabilitation services!
— Lopez, ColumbiaJul 15, 2011
Finally successful! Sobriety never seemed within reach for me. Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO was the first time I have been able to get clean and sober and stay clean and sober!
— Nina, ColumbiaApr 19, 2013
Beautiful housing! My rehabilitation experience at Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO wasn't just effective and a success, but enjoyable and idyllic on account of their accommodations. They are amazing!
— Wilson, ColumbiaNov 23, 2010
Compassionate and effective! At my very lowest point, I was using every day, and I had disappointed and driven away everyone I loved. I tried dozens of treatment programs, but failed them all. Only Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO worked - they gave me hope again, helped me understand drug addiction, and taught me the best way to get clean and stay that way. Without Abuse Rehab Center Columbia, MO, I’m pretty sure I'd still be on the streets, miserable and alone. Instead, I have my loved ones back again, I've got an ideal job, and the encouragement I need to keep clean and sober, and healthy.
— Dreyk, ColumbiaFeb 4, 2013