The reviews and testimonials below reveal what some of NERC’s former and current clients and their loved ones are saying about our addiction treatment center:
Josh Logan’s Story
Hear Josh Logan’s inspirational story on the Chaz & AJ show aired on 95.9 The Fox.
What Our Clients Have to Say…
Overall, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but this program has been a lifesaver. Thanks to all, from kitchen staff to the clinicians, for all that they do.
It was at college that I started to experiment with alcohol and drugs. As the pressure intensified, I turned to drugs to relieve stress and stay awake. My family eventually sought placement for me at New England Recovery Center and I’m thankful they did.
I enjoyed the instructor for the family meeting – was very informative and caring. Support given to family was great.
My clinician and the other staff have been amazing in helping me rediscover myself and learn the tools and coping skills I need to live a healthy, productive, happy, clean and sober life! I am committed to return to share my success story.
So impressed by the building environment; more importantly, the staff at every level were respectful, mindful, professional, courteous and compassionate.
This was an exceptional experience for me. NERC is a well thought-out and executed program. The staff are respectful, professional and sensitive to the very difficult process this is for people in our circumstance.
Staff was very helpful and polite. Even during the first few days when I was on edge, they worked with me to make sure I was comfortable.
The staff at New England Recovery Center are warm and caring. They made me feel comfortable from the start and encouraged me to set goals for myself.
I’ve grown a lot since coming to New England Recovery Center. I’m learning how to cope with everyday issues. I also take responsibility for my actions, which is definitely something new for me.
The staff at New England Recovery Center taught me ways to cope with everyday issues. I’m beginning to feel powerful, like I’m in control. I realize that I don’t know all the answers and that it’s okay to ask for help.
New England Recovery Center taught me to be honest with myself. They told me that I didn’t have to hide behind the wall that I had built around myself. I use what I learned at New England Recovery Center every day.