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Bill Bailey - Cenikor Foundation CEO

The Opioid Crisis And The Door To Recovery

By Bill Bailey OxyContin was a safer form of narcotic painkiller when it was introduced in 1996. Its time-release properties meant patients wouldn’t need to take as often of a dose. It was a sensible and reliable choice for both

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The Road to Rehabilitation

Kimberly Reaves’ path led her to Cenikor; today, she helps others along that same path. “It’s been said to me I didn’t have a chance.” Kimberly Reaves recalls people doubting she’d maintain her sobriety. She recalls the depths of disappointment

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Cenikor Speaks Out on the Opioid Crisis

Cenikor Foundation had the opportunity to speak to KHOU Channel 11 regarding the opioid crisis following a takedown in Houston. Our Deer Park Senior Manager and intern shared Cenikor’s mission of service through our long term (two year) program.

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Cenikor Saved My Life by Jason Bowes

My life was destroyed by substance use for almost two decades. During this time, I went to at least 5 rehabs and 15 to 20 detox programs. I had been in jail for more than 2 years combined. I thought

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Rebuilding a Life is a Daily Decision

Stacie Woodall, MCJ, BS, LCDC, understands what it takes to rebuild a life. She’s done it. As the Outpatient Manager of Cenikor’s Care Counseling Center in Waco, Texas, she sees her clients’ challenges from both sides of the street. She

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Cenikor Prepares Clients for Ongoing Success

When Cenikor clients complete their treatment, they are clean and sober and have the tools and resources to maintain their sobriety for the rest of their lives. Each new day begins with choosing recovery. In both short-term (14 to 40

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Treatment for Teens Helps Create Healthy Adults

Former First Lady of the United States Lady Bird Johnson once said “children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.” At Cenikor, we believe adolescents in treatment can be anyone they want to be. Their addiction

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Sober Living: A Critical Piece of the Journey

“I can’t go home!” That realization was certain for Denise as she neared completion of Cenikor’s Detoxification and Short-Term Inpatient in Waco, TX. Though detox was a difficult process, she says Cenikor “made the unbearable tolerable.” During her time in

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Women on the Path to Recovery

Women are the fastest-growing segment for substance use disorders in the United States. According to the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, about 2.7 million women in the United States abuse drugs or alcohol and suffer from substance use disorders.

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The Chicken or the Egg: The Nature of Self-Esteem

Addicts often suffer from extremely low self-esteem brought on by multiple negative life experiences and crises. Often as individuals begin in recovery, they are plagued with guilt around their actions and behaviors during their addiction. At times this is so

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