February 14, 2012
My road to recovery began when I arrived at MARR. It did not end when I left. I am comforted to know that in my sobriety MARR remains a vital part of my recovery program. They continue to welcome me with open arms and remain eager to help me as I continue on my path as a joyous and free recovering alcoholic. I would have never known joy without recovery and MARR's role in this cannot be overstated. I recommend all who are in need to contact MARR in the hope that they will come to know the joy and peace of recovery. It is a wonderful way to live.
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February 10, 2011
Nearly nine years have passed since my time spent at MARR, and because of their program my life becomes richer with each day. MARR's recognition of addiction as a disease along with an insistence that we must take responsibility for our own behavior is the proper mix for understanding a complicated medical, social and psychologic condition. I maintain close contact with them to this day and recommend any addict with whom I counsel to enroll in their program.
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