NORTH PALM BEACH, Florida , February 27, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Elan Recovery + Wellness is fighting against heroin addiction through their evidence based clinical treatment in North Palm Beach, Fla. Each program is personalized and individually tailored to meet the varying needs of each client.
“We realize what a major problem heroin use and overdose is in this country and we are well prepared to help those who want to get clean,” said Bob Lehmann, chief executive officer of Elan Recovery + Wellness. “Our program has been designed to help get to the root of the issue, create a long term plan for success, and to help people successfully get their life back on the right track.”
Heroin accounts for 25% of all drug overdoses in the U.S. The CDC has reported that the highest increase in usage has been among women, those who are privately insured, and people who tend to have higher incomes. It’s also estimated that those who have abused prescription pain relievers are 40 more times likely to use heroin.Our program has been designed to help get to the root of the issue, create a long term plan for success, and to help people successfully get their life back on the right track.
Elan Recovery + Wellness offers a unique approach to heroin addiction treatment and recovery plans. The program is outcome focused, evidence based, and offers a low client to therapist ratio to help ensure long-term success and wellness.
“We use the most effective treatment techniques available to help address this important issue,” said Lehmann. “Heroin addiction may be a very real problem, but we know how to help give people their life back.”
About Elan Recovery + Wellness
Located in North Palm Beach, Fla., Elan Recovery + Wellness is a 52-bed addiction treatment and wellness center. Experienced professionals lead the way in addressing addiction to help clients achieve lifelong success. Programs are data-driven, outcome-focused, evidence-based, and help people plan for long-term life success.
The multi-disciplined approach to overcoming addiction also addresses the emotional reasons that often fuel it, further helping to reduce chances of relapse. For more information on Elan Recovery + Wellness, visit the site at: http://www.elanrw.com or contact:
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CDC. Heroin Overdose Data. https://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/data/heroin.html
CNN. 25% of all overdoses are from heroin. http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/24/health/heroin-overdose-study/index.html
National Institutes of Health. Prescription opioids and heroin. https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/relationship-between-prescription-drug-abuse-heroin-use/heroin-use-driven-by-its-low-cost-high-availability
Source: Elan Recovery + Wellness