To Rehabilitate or Not? Applying LeJeune’s 5-Step Model to The Decision of Entering Treatment

By Eric Robert Hunter The pain pulsing through the right side of my torso should have been incentive enough. But no, it wasn’t until the tear drops spilling on the

Watch Your Step Five

By Eric Robert Hunter   “…we have put our finger on the weak times in our personal inventory… This requires action on our part, which, when completed, will mean that

CNN’s Love Story features Broadway Treatment Center’s Couples Rehab Program

Our very own Couples Rehab Program was featured on CNN’s LoveStory A few months ago a crew from CNN contacted us with interest in learning more about our Couple’s addiction

Combating the Dark Times

By Eric Robert Hunter   “ In my dark times, I’ll be going back to the street. Promising everything I do not mean. In my dark times, baby, this is

Trust the Process

By Eric Robert Hunter   Bring me fortune. Bring me fame. Even bring me a little pain. But ask me to trust? Now “Houston, we have a problem.” With three

Fear not, the tables with the turkeys: Using the holidays to nurture sobriety

By David Heitz   When asked what you’re thankful for this Thanksgiving, if you’re sober, your sobriety no doubt will top the list. While warnings abound this time of year

Life After Treatment

By Cody McNab      After treatment, as an addict, it may be difficult for us to transition back into the community. Many of us have never had responsibilities. While

TOP 10 MOST ADDICTIVE DRUGS

Top 10 Most Addictive Drugs

By David Heitz   When talking about addiction, it is extremely important to remember that everyone is different. It gets to the very heart of an important truth: There is

Recovery allows new you to be more interesting, have more fun than old you

  By David Heitz   It long has been said that every recovery plan needs to have a component of group support, such as a 12-step program or one of

LIFE AFTER HEROIN CODY MCNAB

Life After Heroin

I sometimes reminisce on the days when I was getting loaded. I would observe pedestrians passing by living daily lives, and doing normal things. I would always think to myself,