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"I made a commitment to completely cut out drinking and anything that might hamper me from getting my mind and body together. And the floodgates of goodness have opened upon me — spiritually and financially." Denzel Washington
"I went through heavy, darker times
and I survived them." Angelina Jolie
"Being in recovery has given me everything of value that I have in my life." Rob Lowe
"I think there was some part of me that was like, ‘Actors have to be crazy cool drunks. I have to live up to this weird image that I had in my head of what it means to be a famous actor." Daniel Radcliffe
"Mental illnesses in general, they’re not talked about as much as they should be. I would love for people to become more educated." Demi Lovato
"Detox alone is not a solution or a cure because it only deals with the physical dependency. It is merely the first step in a comprehensive treatment program that also addresses the emotional, mental, and spiritual issues." Dan Manson
"Find believable hope, visualize the life you want, surround yourself with winners, put your plans into action, and don't let setbacks or anything else hold you back and steal your dream." Michael Cartwright
"It’s all a learning experience. It’s all about growing older and getting better at living. And I hope I did." Jon Hamm
"The moment I was taught to look within and supported in that process by wise, loving teachers, I accessed enough power to heal, transform and move beyond addiction." Tommy Rosen

    lauren p.

    As your addiction spirals downward, the signs soon become obvious — irrational beliefs, self-deception, justification, secretive behaviors.


    megan p.

    I wake up every morning and see the eyes, lips and body of addiction in the mirror. Is there any hope for me?


    jacob w.

    It’s not easy to face up to your wrong-doings. It ain’t fun. It’s painful. But keeping them locked in your heart only brings more pain.

  • Daily practice.
    Believable hope.

  • It’s no secret — the engine of our economy is addiction. The moment you come out of rehab, the emergency room, or prison, you face a thousand temptations. And now artificial intelligence is able to target and exploit your weaknesses and vulnerabilities with astonishing precision.

    Even if you never go to rehab, and you’re just relying on a self-help group, an accountability partner, or your own willpower, every day can be a David vs. Goliath struggle.

    We have a different view of the role of Big Tech and social media. We believe it can transform into an engine of sobriety and wellbeing. During the many hours when you’re not in therapy or detox, InnerRehab can help you address the emotional, psychological and spiritual co-factors that make addiction so insidious.

    A daily regimen of evidence-based practices—in a socially supportive environment—is a key ingredient to your long-term flourishing.