Henry Jeffrey L DC is a former White House drug adviser who has now entered the world of private drug rehabs. He is currently the Executive Director of Parent’s…
Henry Jeffrey L DC is a former White House drug adviser who has now entered the world of private drug rehabs. He is currently the Executive Director of Parent’s Tool center which works closely with government and rehab agencies to help them implement comprehensive addiction recovery programs. In his role as Executive Director of Parent’s Tool, he has developed a 12-step recovery program for parents of drug addicts that can help their loved ones overcome the complications that come from drug addiction.
Henry’s work as an Executive Director of Parent’s Tool is a testimony to his dedication and his leadership abilities. Private drug rehab centers have access to proven treatment programs that are geared towards breaking the cycle of addiction. These programs help families in recovery maintain strength in the face of temptation. In a nation wracked by violence, economic pressures, and personal loss, many individuals cannot afford the high costs of drug rehab and prefer to seek treatment on their own. Drug abuse also contributes significantly to teen pregnancy, substance abuse and other health issues.
The drug rehab industry must benefit from programs that provide leadership development and training to both staff and patients. If we want the Drug Treatment Industry to achieve its full potential, it needs to be willing to adapt effective addiction recovery approaches that focus on the individual instead of the dependency. Programs that provide support, dignity, and resources for patients, including support from family and friends are essential to successful drug rehab. It is unfortunate that in the past, drug rehab facilities have focused only on building a functional system that provided for the patient’s needs, rather than providing a setting where they could learn, grow, and live normally like everyone else. Drug Rehab should be a place where you can learn to be a whole person again.