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“I have realized through my 30 years of experience in the addiction and mental health fields the agonizing truth about addiction – addiction is winning. I consider myself a therapist first and CEO second, consequently, I created Harmony Place, assembled a team of dedicated professionals, and set out to campaign against the disease of addiction. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that in 2016 an estimated 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses. To lend perspective, there were 58,220 fatal military casualties in the entire 20-year Viet Nam War. These numbers paint a grim picture, but it does not mean that treatment is failing. Across the country, treatment providers and clinicians are engaged in delivering care to the more than 23 million Americans addicted to alcohol and drugs. People do get sober and stay sober. The increased number of drug-related deaths reflects what is happening outside of treatment centers, not in them. There are social implications (i.e. homelessness, unemployment, lack of education or skills training) that demand addiction homeostasis. Clients leave treatment clean and sober, motivated to live a productive life, but the stressors overwhelm the recovery skills learned and their reliable addiction returns to provide relief. At Harmony Place, we focus on potential rather than pathology. We anticipate the issues inherent in living sober for individuals leaving treatment. Like most addiction treatment centers, Harmony Place utilizes evidenced-based practices to deliver intensive individualized care to our clients. Beyond that, we take pride in our pointed aftercare planning. …