SHAR is all about empowering people to take control of their lives. While helping thousands of people over decades, our experience has discovered the age-old irony- that you can only take and regain control of your life after you learn to let go. And herein, lies the problem; letting go or stopping. Whether your dilemma centers around alcohol, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs or any combination of these or other drugs, at SHAR, we begin the process of change. From the start we teach and show you how your thoughts, attitudes and behaviors lead to and perpetuate your problems, and how working with us can provide you a way out.
Raymond Edison, M.D. graduated from WSU School of Medicine in 1976 with specialization in Internal Medicine. In his capacity as SHAR’s Medical Director since 1997, Dr. Edison has served substance abuse and mental health recipients from detoxification to discharge while managing the full spectrum of their presenting medical concerns. Dr. Edison is also board certified in Addictive Medicine.More
Dwight C. Vaughter, LMSW, ACSW, CAADC, CCS-M has labored in the human service field since 1980, providing the necessary leadership to many mental health, substance abuse and other behavioral healthcare programs, both locally and nationally. With a MSW from U of M and numerous other certifications of competence, Dwight is a strong believer in the recovery process.More
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