Chris Newcomb, M.Div.
Darkness. It is welcomed when you're trying to go to sleep at night. It is great when you need to tell a good ghost story. It is even better when you play a game of hide and seek outside on a hot, summer night.
However, when unexpected events bring 'darkness' into our lives, it is not so welcomed. Chronic pain. Divorce. Debt. War. Lay-offs. Addiction. Relapse. We walk around, as if in a dark room, stumbling for the light but never finding it while continually stubbing our toe.
We often feel helpless, hopeless, and doubt our healing will ever come. But, just as the night yields to the dawn, so too, our pain can yield to help, hope and healing. First, we have to stand up and embrace the light.
Have you embraced the light? Do you believe there is help available for you? Do you have hope in a bright future for yourself? Are you willing to submit to the healing necessary to bring you a new life?
At The Coleman Institute, the advanced center for addiction treatment, we specialize in helping people get clean and stay clean. We offer help, hope and healing to those addicted to alcohol, opiates, and benzos as well as Methadone and Suboxone. You matter to us!
If you or someone you love is in need of detox off of alcohol, opiates, benzos, Methadone or Suboxone, please do not hesitate to call Jennifer Pius or Amy Stewart at 1-877-773-3869. Help, hope and healing are a phone call away.