Since opening its doors in 1993, The Common Bond Recovery Center (CBRC) has gone through many changes and throughout those changes has been dedicated to mending the lives of men and Veterans devastated by the abyss of addictions. From the beginning CBRC has provided substance abuse treatment and transitional housing to men from variant backgrounds. Today, our various programs provide comprehensive services for men, Veterans, homeless, incarcerated and court-mandated clients. Our programs are embedded in our core values of integrity, commitment to self-help, and respect for the individual, the family, and the community. These values not only empower our clients but all of us who work and support the Common Bond Recovery Center.
Deciding to seek treatment and where you seek it are the two most important decisions in your life at this moment. And, if you are like most of us, how you answer these questions is also very important to others who love and care about you. Should you seek treatment? All of the questionnaires and assessment tools available can’t answer this question as well as you can. After all, friends, family members, co-workers, your doctor…lots of folks have no doubt suggested it for a long time now. But only you know if the time is right. My guess…if you are reading this, the time is right. If you’ve had enough of being sick, losing out, disappointing yourself and others, then it’s time to get help to treat your addiction.
The real challenge for those seeking the right alcoholism treatment or drug addiction treatment center is first realizing there’s a problem. Then they must have Faith that help is available, and maintain the Hope that a better tomorrow awaits them. They must also have the Trust in themselves to sustain the results of their treatment. Then, and only then, will they be able to find the internal strength—day after day—to remain alcohol and drug free and be able to say, “I found my freedom!”
Our staff is committed to the CBRC mission to facilitate person-centered recovery by empowering people with chronic substance abuse addiction and/or other behavioral health and challenges to strengthen relationships, establish independence, and enhance their ability to improve their physical and cognitive health and emotional wellbeing. It is with this in mind that we encourage you to call on us to help you, a family member, friend or client.
Our Board of Directors and staff hold fast to the belief that services should be equitable across all economic communities and so are available to those with little income. We rely on you to let us know how to serve your community. I invite you to give our team input to help guide us to develop services where those in need of addictive disorders and/or behavioral services might comfortably and confidentially work towards a better quality of life.