I am constantly working to better describe what we do at Tipping Point Recovery.
Because it is so often misunderstood.
Then I stop and think…Is it really so often misunderstood? Or are people just resistant to change?
Maybe it’s both.
Earlier today I followed up with a dad who wants to join our group program, and I asked if he had any questions.
He replied, “Thank you so much for following up. I was all in last week when we spoke, and then if I’m being honest, I put my head back in the sand. I’m back, though, ’cause doing that didn’t work!”
Wow, that’s honest recovery right there.
I also recently talked to a husband and the parents of a woman who’s struggling. She’s struggling because addiction is treatment resistant. She’s struggling because she’s addicted.
I told her family this:
When you join our group trainings, YOU recover first, so she can.
And that’s really what we do here:
At Tipping Point Recovery, families recover first.
So their loved ones can.
If you’re interested in learning more about our specific programs and services, I’d love to talk with you. Go ahead and reach out to chat.