Alcoholism & Depression in California Drug Treatment – Catherine’s Story (Part1)


 

Alcoholism & Depression in California Drug Treatment – Catherine’s Story (part1) – www.sovcal.com This narrative is about a lifelong battle with alcohol abuse before finally “finding the piece of puzzle that was missing for her sobriety”. Catherine struggled for years with alcoholism and depression and was unable to make any head way despite previous treatment attempts till she identified a treatment center in California and got herself admitted. Coming from a troubled family, she had grown up with alcohol and had a number of underlying emotional issues which needed to be addressed but had not been in previous treatments. She relates her experience at the Treatment Center and talks about their tailor made treatment approach and how it is helping her identify and address underlying issues that contribute to the drinking problem and were acting as barricades to recovery. This story is told for others with similar problems to benefit. See Part 2 – http For more information about Sovereign Health of California, or if you need assistance, please call our toll free number at 866.819.2948.

 

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