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We were looking for a tech-friendly treatment center for a good friend and we’re so happy we found Luxe Recovery. My friend is a busy executive and Luxe was able to accommodate. He’s since left their program and is doing very well. He always mentions to me how blessed he feels, I just want to say Thank you.
Gloria Detox and Rehabilitation Center is an excellent place to get treatment. They not only helped me but they helped my daughter as well. They helped me get my family back together. I'm truly blessed grateful and thankful for this facility. I would recommend this facility anyone who is looking for help.
My overall experience with His House was phenomenal and life changing. Before I found His House, I used to have a full-time job. I used to make a steady, comfortable income. I used to think I was living the life, working, partying, having friends, and a sense of family. I would partake in many party favors throughout my days and would never think it was because of them that would put me in the unfortunate situations that I would find myself in more often than I could account for. It would eventually lead me to losing that job, that income, and soon later my sense of self. I defined myself daily on what drugs I did that day, who I hung out to take them with and what did I sacrifice to get them. It was a daily suffering trying to find myself that next high, that next to thing to sell, steal, and constantly wondering how am I going to do it again tomorrow. After running out of things to sell, finding myself in a position of contemplating suicide or living on the streets I thought to myself, \"This can not be it. I refuse to accept this as the end.\" Thus I came to deciding that it was time for me to go to check myself into rehab. It would be my first time and I sure was skeptical about it because I was always afraid of the stigma that society pins on people for those who get checked in. I didn\'t want to have that be attached to me the rest of my life. However, I was soon brought to an understanding that rehab wasn\'t a place that bad people go to get a reprieve in life, it was for sick people trying to get better. I initially committed myself for 30 days that once I was coming near to the end of that commitment I thought to myself there was much more I can gain from this program that I can use for the rest of my life. The staff were friendly and were always friendly and helped me out putting things into perspective. The food helped out feel comfortable and fill in the places where I lacked when I would choose drugs over food. The facility and accommodations made me feel like I was home. Today, I owe my life to His House. They have setup the foundation in my recovery that I get to stand on every day to suit up and show up. They have given me the self-confidence in myself that I never thought I had. They have given me another chance in life I didn\'t think I had.