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Sam Kesaris of Amethyst Recovery Center Talking Treatment & Recovery Changes For 2018
RIR Live: Talking Treatment & Recovery With Sam Kesaris - RIR Media Partner Amethyst Recovery Center – Get to know Sam by calling 877-957-6237. Episodes Music "Keep Coming Back" is by Bluesman Mike Zito.
Amethyst Recovery Center offers a full continuum of care for their clients. Starting with OPIATE-USE DISORDER medical detox, then transitioning to residential, day/night, and finishing with intensive outpatient, clients who successfully complete Amethyst's treatment program have a significantly greater chance at long-term recovery.
Amethyst Recovery Center is one of the top addiction treatment facilities in the country. They are focused on providing the highest standard of substance abuse treatment. They continue to meet the rigorous standards that are set forth by the Joint Commission (JCAHO), and have received their Gold Seal accreditation. They are also proud members of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP).
They have over 75 years of combined experience, the staff is uniquely qualified to guide you through the recovery journey. Learn more @ https://www.amethystrecovery.org/?
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