Addiction Recovery Industry Insider Claims Addicts Seeking Help Don’t Need to Go to a Traditional Rehab Facility to Get Sober and Stay Sober

Published on July 25, 2017

Dr. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, has condensed the highlights of a residential and drug rehab program into an express, private and on-demand 3 to 10-day plus private experience available in real time and in the comfort of your own environment.

The Addictions Coach, Dr. Cali Estes, is now offering a 3 – 10 day plus express, Sober on Demand™, mobile & concierge service to those struggling with drug & alcohol addictions, process addictions, and dual-diagnosis disorders.

These programs are available worldwide and an extended version of this program is available for those in need of medical detoxification due to drug or alcohol withdrawal.

“This concept is proprietary and completely tailored to your unique and individual needs. It’s 100% private, and 100% confidential,” said Estes.

“There is no question that this is a program perfectly designed and setup for those in the public eye, such as actors, actresses, musicians and professional athletes, however, this program can work phenomenally in nearly any scenario we have ever faced. We get results where treatment centers fail.”

A story in the Washington Post recently noted that “Recovery coaches — sometimes called peers, peer professionals, outreach workers or people with lived experience — are not new. They’ve been working with people with mental illness and drug addiction for decades, and they have proved to be highly effective at gaining patients’ trust and engaging them in programs designed to improve their health and long-term survival.”

More than 33,000 Americans died of an opioid overdose in 2015. With the advent of fentanyl and other powerful synthetic opioids in the illicit drug supply, the number of deaths is increasing dramatically, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CNN also reported that a new study found that the number of Americans being diagnosed with opioid addiction continues to skyrocket, but still very few receive any treatment. This is in line with the rising trend documented in previous reports.

An analysis from Blue Cross Blue Shield of its members found that from 2010 to 2016, the number of people diagnosed with an addiction to opioids — including both legal prescription drugs like oxycodone and hydrocodone, as well as illicit drugs — climbed 493%. In 2010, there were just 1.4 incidences of opioid use disorder among every 1000 members. By 2016, that rate had climbed to 8.3 incidences for every 1000 members. Yet, at the same time, there was only a 65% increase in the number of people getting medication-assisted treatment to manage their addiction.

The demand for addiction recovery services is growing due to the recent increase in addiction to opiates, continued alcohol abuse, and the uptick in addictive behaviors such as overeating, video game and screen consumption, pornography, or gambling, and The Addictions Coach’s Sober on Demand™ program will service that need.

Estes said, “While we tailor the entire program to the specific client, we specialize in both medical as well as holistic modalities, such as yoga & fitness, life coaching, recovery coaching, nutraceuticals, nutrition & diet, meditation, wellness and stress reduction.”

For more information on Dr. Cali Estes and The Addictions Coach please visit or call 800-706-0318.

Company Name: The Addictions Coach
Contact Person: Dr. Cali Estes
Phone: 1-800-706-0318
Country: USA