Do you struggle with overcoming obstacles that an addiction or mental disorder has created?
Is someone you love struggling and in need of professional and dedicated care?
If so, please take a second to imagine a place where you feel completely at ease, allowing you to focus solely on yourself, your healing, and your future. A place where you are accepted for the person deep inside, not the person you have become through your struggle with addiction or mental health. If you found yourself at such a supportive and encouraging place, would you begin to take the steps necessary to retake control of your life from the inner struggles that have consumed you?
Here at Wellington Retreat, we understand how difficult it is to realize that you need help and to make that first step towards reaching out. We are here for you. We understand how difficult it is to overcome addiction and remain on the sober path in life. We can get you there and help you stay there. Wellington understands that there are times that people generally hit a difficult patch in managing their mental disorders. This is completely normal, and isn’t something that should hold you back in life. We will help you break free.
Run by leading neuropsychiatrist and addictionologist Dr. Robert A. Moran, Wellington Retreat is known for its healing environment, exceptional success rates, and researched-backed, cutting-edge practices. Dr. Moran is completely invested in each patient, directing their individualized care from the time they arrive until the time they are ready to depart, a new person equipped with the skills necessary to face future challenges.
Don’t be scared to ask for help. You are not alone. Wellington Retreat is here for you, so Contact Us Now!
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“I now am at peace regarding my son’s treatment at Wellington Retreat. It’s a special place that is trying hard to master an industry that has no concrete standards. I think what you are doing is cutting edge, compassionate, and open minded. I didn’t think that when I woke up Saturday morning.” Sincerely, Father of Patient Y
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