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Alcohol Detox Successes – Residential Building Contractor (Alcohol)

My stay at Novus was made as comfortable as possible due to the circumstances of my visit. I would recommend your center to anyone needing any kind of substance treatment. As a matter of fact I wouldn’t mind staying longer if my time permitted. It’s nice to be wined and dined, “so to speak”.

I believe to single out one person would be a disservice to everyone else — not one person could I say anything negative about. I truly believe the staff is Novus’ biggest asset.

The food was prepared and served with more care than most restaurants I’ve eaten at since I left home and been on vacation in downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Congratulations.

Being at Novus has been my first medically monitored detox. It has made me more aware of my dependence of alcohol (the seriousness of it). I have put my wife through this several times and believe it’s a lot to ask her to put up with, especially in view of all the great and dedicated people involved in my stay here. It comes down to either “get it under control” or “quit”.

As of writing, I feel that I’m totally back on my feet but two weeks behind work. The anxiety is also a very tough part of this. Thank you for giving me the ability to get back at it.

Residential Building Contractor (Alcohol)

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