ONE STEP AT A TIME
There are over 85,000 drug overdose deaths occurring in the United States each year and the number is getting larger and larger. Total lives lost in the wars of Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq combined are 64,922 underscoring the devastating effects of addiction.
The entire team at Stairway Resource Center understands what it feels like to be lost and out of answers. Daily struggles can become so daunting that most people begin using again because it seems to be the only way to dull the pain from life's daily battles.
We have a mission to support every person who comes to us for help so they can find their personal path through careful guidance, support, rebuilding a foundation, relearning life skills, repairing the pieces of past which have continued to plague us, regaining self-esteem, building confidence, and of course, learning how to remain clean and sober.
There are 7,083 Americans dying from drug overdoses monthly. There were 2,977 lives lost in the attacks on 9/11; we are averaging the equivalent of 2 - 9/11 attacks monthly. Americans need to work collectively toward a solution to solve this crisis we are facing.
The number of days that if a person can stay in a structured treatment/recovery environment their chances for success will rise exponentially. The number of days we would like our clients to stay in Stairway Resource Center’s IOP.
Aftercare is the answer.
All we truly have is today and so we live,” One day at a time,” and sometimes when life is really difficult, that becomes,” One moment at a time.” And at Stairway Resource Center our hope is,” One Day,” anyone who needs help will be able to get it.
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HOW YOU CAN HELP
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FAMILY & LOVED ONES
If you have a family member or loved one struggling with addiction and mental health issues learn how you can help.
Every phone consultation is 100% free and available to anyone who is seeking assistance with a family member or loved ones care. We're here to help.
Often the question is what do we do daily that will help you or someone you love who is struggling with addiction. Understanding our process can better support the person you love who is going through our program. We encourage you to read more about what we do.