Rae Green & Sanford are the Talk of the Town (WOOD Radio)

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Program Director Phil Tower WOOD Radio with Sanford’s Rae Green on Talk of the Town

 

Sanford Addiction Treatment Centers Founder, Rae Green, talks to Phil Tower of Wood Radio about the “misconceptions” of addiction and addiction treatment. Rae also talks about Sanford’s approach to Real Life Recovery and how family plays a big role in long-term positive outcomes.

 

Phil Tower: Talk about Sanford – why are you different and unique?

Sanford is different because of its setting – its welcoming, validating setting – its small size, we have 4 clients per counselor. And also for the individualized care that we give. We look at someone’s background, their family situation and individualize their treatment. But we also include the family. And we are learning so much now about how this is a family disease. And people who live with someone who’s struggling with a substance use disorder have as many challenges and barriers to getting well as the person with the disease. Rae Green, JD, LPC, CAADC

 

For the entire WOOD Radio “Talk of the Town” interview click below:

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Sanford House Addiction Treatment Centers

 

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Sanford Addiction Treatment Centers is a residential and outpatient facility located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Sanford offers excellence in evidence-based practice models in a home-like, restorative setting. Our clinicians, supported by our medical team, focus on resolving the underlying issues that often cause substance use, such as trauma, unhealthy relationships, co-occurring disorders and isolation. Programs include both in-person and telehealth: residential, day programs, intensive outpatient, outpatient, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), education and relapse prevention classes, one-on-one and family therapy, and alumni and family support groups. At Sanford Addiction Treatment Centers, we want to inspire you to find your inner grit, rekindle your interests and engage your passion.