At Awakenings Rehabilitation, we strive to address the personal needs of each of our clients and offer individualized treatment options. Our dedicated staff works with each client one-on-one to ensure long-term success in their recovery process. We understand that recovering from an addiction is not easy; it is a challenging and emotionally intense process. As a result, we believe in providing each individual with the compassionate care and respect they deserve. True recovery is not simply being abstinent from substances. True recovery means reconnecting with oneself and flourishing in life. It is with this spirit of compassion, combined with our staff’s skillfulness, that we inspire, nurture and empower our clients to change their own lives.
A graduate of Central Michigan University, Bradley has been helping people overcome addiction since 2006. As the Executive Director of Awakenings, he oversees all of the daily operations of our recovery center and ensures that we continue to provide the highest quality of care possible. His positive approach in working with both the staff and patients helps to give our facility a warm and welcoming atmosphere.More
Larry has over 30 years in Pastoral Ministry, with a foundation in Nouthetic Counseling. He found his calling in offering guidance to people through many of life’s trials, including counseling at correctional facilities and in addiction recovery. At Awakenings, Larry is a personal spiritual advisor as well as a spiritual group facilitator.More
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