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Addiction Recovery Now offers all latest luxurious amenities. We were given all possible services to make us feel comfortable. The staff is friendly and aimed to make us confident about sobriety. I had a very smooth transition from the inpatient program to outpatient program and my co-occurring symptoms were managed according to my individual needs.
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