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Back2Basics Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hosts Professionals Outdoor Adventure Trip


Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

Twelve licensed clinical therapists, educational consultants, and specialists in the behavior health field, specializing in substance abuse and addiction from across the United States, gathered in Flagstaff, AZ in mid-September for a first-ever white water rafting trip down the Colorado River, hosted by Back2Basics Outdoor Adventure Therapy founder and CEO, Roy DuPrez.

“I think Back2Basics does a great job of providing information about what we do, but this particular opportunity shared and exposed industry professionals to a journey that our residents experience on a weekly basis,” said DuPrez.

The rafting trip was four days and three nights and included day hiking, tent camping, yoga, and open-flame cooking – one of the many weekly trips that Back2Basics recovering residents take to help them build self-esteem, push through obstacles and gain both physical and mental strength.

DuPrez was hoping to replicate feelings of uncertainty and a sense of accomplishment for the professionals participating.

“For me the highlight of the trip was that they actually got uncomfortable and anxious about being disconnected and removed our daily routine, and got on the other side and gained some insight about themselves,” said DuPrez. “Similar to what we are asking of our residents while participating at B2B — to just trust the process.”

According to Marti Weiskopf, director of admissions and marketing for Living Well Transitions in Boulder, CO the trip was a platform to exchange ideas among like-minded professionals. Weiskopf was a sponsor for the rafting trip and had never been before.

“For me the purpose of the trip was to market to program referral sources, and build relationships in a very personal way in a setting we have only dreamt of,” said Weiskopf.

Brenda Loringer, an educational and therapeutic consultant and interventionist based in Nashville, TN has been a long-time advocate of the program. DuPrez was one of the first people she met in Flagstaff.

“B2B is unlike any ‘sober living’ program I have seen or experienced in my 26 year career,” said Loringer. “Its unique approach provides the intensity of both residential and wilderness based treatment with a strong focus on community and 12 step recovery.”

There is discussion between DuPrez and Weiskopf to make this an annual trip.

“I would like to this again and will sponsor this trip again with Roy next fall,” said Weiskopf.







Back2Basics Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hosts Professionals Outdoor Adventure Trip


Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

Twelve licensed clinical therapists, educational consultants, and specialists in the behavior health field, specializing in substance abuse and addiction from across the United States, gathered in Flagstaff, AZ in mid-September for a first-ever white water rafting trip down the Colorado River, hosted by Back2Basics Outdoor Adventure Therapy founder and CEO, Roy DuPrez.

“I think Back2Basics does a great job of providing information about what we do, but this particular opportunity shared and exposed industry professionals to a journey that our residents experience on a weekly basis,” said DuPrez.

The rafting trip was four days and three nights and included day hiking, tent camping, yoga, and open-flame cooking – one of the many weekly trips that Back2Basics recovering residents take to help them build self-esteem, push through obstacles and gain both physical and mental strength.

DuPrez was hoping to replicate feelings of uncertainty and a sense of accomplishment for the professionals participating.

“For me the highlight of the trip was that they actually got uncomfortable and anxious about being disconnected and removed our daily routine, and got on the other side and gained some insight about themselves,” said DuPrez. “Similar to what we are asking of our residents while participating at B2B — to just trust the process.”

According to Marti Weiskopf, director of admissions and marketing for Living Well Transitions in Boulder, CO the trip was a platform to exchange ideas among like-minded professionals. Weiskopf was a sponsor for the rafting trip and had never been before.

“For me the purpose of the trip was to market to program referral sources, and build relationships in a very personal way in a setting we have only dreamt of,” said Weiskopf.

Brenda Loringer, an educational and therapeutic consultant and interventionist based in Nashville, TN has been a long-time advocate of the program. DuPrez was one of the first people she met in Flagstaff.

“B2B is unlike any ‘sober living’ program I have seen or experienced in my 26 year career,” said Loringer. “Its unique approach provides the intensity of both residential and wilderness based treatment with a strong focus on community and 12 step recovery.”

There is discussion between DuPrez and Weiskopf to make this an annual trip.

“I would like to this again and will sponsor this trip again with Roy next fall,” said Weiskopf.







Drug Rehab Expansion Advances Fox Valley Response to Heroin Epidemic


Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers announces today it has been approved by Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to receive a $ 500,000 grant, which will help fund the investment surrounding a 10-bed expansion construction project at its drug rehab center located in Aurora, IL. As heroin continues to lure a following of young adult users from the Fox Valley area, the additional capacity will help Gateway meet the escalating demand for inpatient substance abuse treatment services.

“The reality is the surge in heroin use in DuPage and Kane counties have caused a bleak ‘no vacancy’ status quo for inpatient treatment services since providers, for the most part, have been working at full capacity. Thanks to the financial backing from DCEO, more individuals who struggle with addiction issues will have access to life-saving treatment and the kind of emotional support needed, when they are ready to get life back on track,” explains Jim Scarpace, Executive Director, Gateway Aurora.

Gateway Aurora also is an active participant in solution-minded community coalitions, which bring together elected officials, businesses leaders and concerned citizens to collaborate on strategies to address the area’s heroin problem. Thanks to unwavering support from State Representative Linda Chapa LaVia, state Sen. Jim Oberweis, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) and Congressman Randy Hultgren (IL-14), progress has been made in alleviating vulnerabilities, educating the public and saving lives. For example, Naperville police now carry Narcan nasal spray to be administered in the event of an overdose, which has resulted in 25 lives saved in one year alone according to Chicago Tribune story published on Oct. 17, 2014.

“During my time in Congress, I have looked for ways to attack from head-on the problem of substance abuse. Healthcare providers know the best way to fight addiction is to provide in-patient treatment, like the services provided by Gateway Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers. This grant funding will go a long way in the fight against substance abuse in the Fox Valley and the surrounding area. Ten more beds at this facility mean more people will get the help they need and be on the road to recovery,” says Congressman Bill Foster.

When complete in July 2015, Gateway Aurora’s renovated inpatient annex will include a total of 44 beds, increasing client capacity by about 22 percent. The Aurora center also offers step-down services, Outpatient and Aftercare programs; please visit RecoverGateway.org/Aurora for more information.

About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers provide substance abuse treatment services for adults and adolescents at drug treatment centers throughout Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area. Gateway’s outpatient and residential treatment centers are licensed by the state of Illinois and accredited by The Joint Commission. Each year, Gateway’s professional clinicians help thousands of individual’s successfully complete treatment. To learn more about Gateway’s free, confidential consultation, call 877-505-HOPE (4673) or visit RecoverGateway.org.







Back2Basics Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hosts Professionals Outdoor Adventure Trip


Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

Twelve licensed clinical therapists, educational consultants, and specialists in the behavior health field, specializing in substance abuse and addiction from across the United States, gathered in Flagstaff, AZ in mid-September for a first-ever white water rafting trip down the Colorado River, hosted by Back2Basics Outdoor Adventure Therapy founder and CEO, Roy DuPrez.

“I think Back2Basics does a great job of providing information about what we do, but this particular opportunity shared and exposed industry professionals to a journey that our residents experience on a weekly basis,” said DuPrez.

The rafting trip was four days and three nights and included day hiking, tent camping, yoga, and open-flame cooking – one of the many weekly trips that Back2Basics recovering residents take to help them build self-esteem, push through obstacles and gain both physical and mental strength.

DuPrez was hoping to replicate feelings of uncertainty and a sense of accomplishment for the professionals participating.

“For me the highlight of the trip was that they actually got uncomfortable and anxious about being disconnected and removed our daily routine, and got on the other side and gained some insight about themselves,” said DuPrez. “Similar to what we are asking of our residents while participating at B2B — to just trust the process.”

According to Marti Weiskopf, director of admissions and marketing for Living Well Transitions in Boulder, CO the trip was a platform to exchange ideas among like-minded professionals. Weiskopf was a sponsor for the rafting trip and had never been before.

“For me the purpose of the trip was to market to program referral sources, and build relationships in a very personal way in a setting we have only dreamt of,” said Weiskopf.

Brenda Loringer, an educational and therapeutic consultant and interventionist based in Nashville, TN has been a long-time advocate of the program. DuPrez was one of the first people she met in Flagstaff.

“B2B is unlike any ‘sober living’ program I have seen or experienced in my 26 year career,” said Loringer. “Its unique approach provides the intensity of both residential and wilderness based treatment with a strong focus on community and 12 step recovery.”

There is discussion between DuPrez and Weiskopf to make this an annual trip.

“I would like to this again and will sponsor this trip again with Roy next fall,” said Weiskopf.







Drug Rehab Expansion Advances Fox Valley Response to Heroin Epidemic


Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers announces today it has been approved by Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to receive a $ 500,000 grant, which will help fund the investment surrounding a 10-bed expansion construction project at its drug rehab center located in Aurora, IL. As heroin continues to lure a following of young adult users from the Fox Valley area, the additional capacity will help Gateway meet the escalating demand for inpatient substance abuse treatment services.

“The reality is the surge in heroin use in DuPage and Kane counties have caused a bleak ‘no vacancy’ status quo for inpatient treatment services since providers, for the most part, have been working at full capacity. Thanks to the financial backing from DCEO, more individuals who struggle with addiction issues will have access to life-saving treatment and the kind of emotional support needed, when they are ready to get life back on track,” explains Jim Scarpace, Executive Director, Gateway Aurora.

Gateway Aurora also is an active participant in solution-minded community coalitions, which bring together elected officials, businesses leaders and concerned citizens to collaborate on strategies to address the area’s heroin problem. Thanks to unwavering support from State Representative Linda Chapa LaVia, state Sen. Jim Oberweis, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) and Congressman Randy Hultgren (IL-14), progress has been made in alleviating vulnerabilities, educating the public and saving lives. For example, Naperville police now carry Narcan nasal spray to be administered in the event of an overdose, which has resulted in 25 lives saved in one year alone according to Chicago Tribune story published on Oct. 17, 2014.

“During my time in Congress, I have looked for ways to attack from head-on the problem of substance abuse. Healthcare providers know the best way to fight addiction is to provide in-patient treatment, like the services provided by Gateway Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers. This grant funding will go a long way in the fight against substance abuse in the Fox Valley and the surrounding area. Ten more beds at this facility mean more people will get the help they need and be on the road to recovery,” says Congressman Bill Foster.

When complete in July 2015, Gateway Aurora’s renovated inpatient annex will include a total of 44 beds, increasing client capacity by about 22 percent. The Aurora center also offers step-down services, Outpatient and Aftercare programs; please visit RecoverGateway.org/Aurora for more information.

About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers provide substance abuse treatment services for adults and adolescents at drug treatment centers throughout Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area. Gateway’s outpatient and residential treatment centers are licensed by the state of Illinois and accredited by The Joint Commission. Each year, Gateway’s professional clinicians help thousands of individual’s successfully complete treatment. To learn more about Gateway’s free, confidential consultation, call 877-505-HOPE (4673) or visit RecoverGateway.org.







Back2Basics Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hosts Professionals Outdoor Adventure Trip


Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

Twelve licensed clinical therapists, educational consultants, and specialists in the behavior health field, specializing in substance abuse and addiction from across the United States, gathered in Flagstaff, AZ in mid-September for a first-ever white water rafting trip down the Colorado River, hosted by Back2Basics Outdoor Adventure Therapy founder and CEO, Roy DuPrez.

“I think Back2Basics does a great job of providing information about what we do, but this particular opportunity shared and exposed industry professionals to a journey that our residents experience on a weekly basis,” said DuPrez.

The rafting trip was four days and three nights and included day hiking, tent camping, yoga, and open-flame cooking – one of the many weekly trips that Back2Basics recovering residents take to help them build self-esteem, push through obstacles and gain both physical and mental strength.

DuPrez was hoping to replicate feelings of uncertainty and a sense of accomplishment for the professionals participating.

“For me the highlight of the trip was that they actually got uncomfortable and anxious about being disconnected and removed our daily routine, and got on the other side and gained some insight about themselves,” said DuPrez. “Similar to what we are asking of our residents while participating at B2B — to just trust the process.”

According to Marti Weiskopf, director of admissions and marketing for Living Well Transitions in Boulder, CO the trip was a platform to exchange ideas among like-minded professionals. Weiskopf was a sponsor for the rafting trip and had never been before.

“For me the purpose of the trip was to market to program referral sources, and build relationships in a very personal way in a setting we have only dreamt of,” said Weiskopf.

Brenda Loringer, an educational and therapeutic consultant and interventionist based in Nashville, TN has been a long-time advocate of the program. DuPrez was one of the first people she met in Flagstaff.

“B2B is unlike any ‘sober living’ program I have seen or experienced in my 26 year career,” said Loringer. “Its unique approach provides the intensity of both residential and wilderness based treatment with a strong focus on community and 12 step recovery.”

There is discussion between DuPrez and Weiskopf to make this an annual trip.

“I would like to this again and will sponsor this trip again with Roy next fall,” said Weiskopf.







Drug Rehab Expansion Advances Fox Valley Response to Heroin Epidemic


Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers announces today it has been approved by Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to receive a $ 500,000 grant, which will help fund the investment surrounding a 10-bed expansion construction project at its drug rehab center located in Aurora, IL. As heroin continues to lure a following of young adult users from the Fox Valley area, the additional capacity will help Gateway meet the escalating demand for inpatient substance abuse treatment services.

“The reality is the surge in heroin use in DuPage and Kane counties have caused a bleak ‘no vacancy’ status quo for inpatient treatment services since providers, for the most part, have been working at full capacity. Thanks to the financial backing from DCEO, more individuals who struggle with addiction issues will have access to life-saving treatment and the kind of emotional support needed, when they are ready to get life back on track,” explains Jim Scarpace, Executive Director, Gateway Aurora.

Gateway Aurora also is an active participant in solution-minded community coalitions, which bring together elected officials, businesses leaders and concerned citizens to collaborate on strategies to address the area’s heroin problem. Thanks to unwavering support from State Representative Linda Chapa LaVia, state Sen. Jim Oberweis, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) and Congressman Randy Hultgren (IL-14), progress has been made in alleviating vulnerabilities, educating the public and saving lives. For example, Naperville police now carry Narcan nasal spray to be administered in the event of an overdose, which has resulted in 25 lives saved in one year alone according to Chicago Tribune story published on Oct. 17, 2014.

“During my time in Congress, I have looked for ways to attack from head-on the problem of substance abuse. Healthcare providers know the best way to fight addiction is to provide in-patient treatment, like the services provided by Gateway Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers. This grant funding will go a long way in the fight against substance abuse in the Fox Valley and the surrounding area. Ten more beds at this facility mean more people will get the help they need and be on the road to recovery,” says Congressman Bill Foster.

When complete in July 2015, Gateway Aurora’s renovated inpatient annex will include a total of 44 beds, increasing client capacity by about 22 percent. The Aurora center also offers step-down services, Outpatient and Aftercare programs; please visit RecoverGateway.org/Aurora for more information.

About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers provide substance abuse treatment services for adults and adolescents at drug treatment centers throughout Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area. Gateway’s outpatient and residential treatment centers are licensed by the state of Illinois and accredited by The Joint Commission. Each year, Gateway’s professional clinicians help thousands of individual’s successfully complete treatment. To learn more about Gateway’s free, confidential consultation, call 877-505-HOPE (4673) or visit RecoverGateway.org.







Back2Basics Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hosts Professionals Outdoor Adventure Trip


Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

Twelve licensed clinical therapists, educational consultants, and specialists in the behavior health field, specializing in substance abuse and addiction from across the United States, gathered in Flagstaff, AZ in mid-September for a first-ever white water rafting trip down the Colorado River, hosted by Back2Basics Outdoor Adventure Therapy founder and CEO, Roy DuPrez.

“I think Back2Basics does a great job of providing information about what we do, but this particular opportunity shared and exposed industry professionals to a journey that our residents experience on a weekly basis,” said DuPrez.

The rafting trip was four days and three nights and included day hiking, tent camping, yoga, and open-flame cooking – one of the many weekly trips that Back2Basics recovering residents take to help them build self-esteem, push through obstacles and gain both physical and mental strength.

DuPrez was hoping to replicate feelings of uncertainty and a sense of accomplishment for the professionals participating.

“For me the highlight of the trip was that they actually got uncomfortable and anxious about being disconnected and removed our daily routine, and got on the other side and gained some insight about themselves,” said DuPrez. “Similar to what we are asking of our residents while participating at B2B — to just trust the process.”

According to Marti Weiskopf, director of admissions and marketing for Living Well Transitions in Boulder, CO the trip was a platform to exchange ideas among like-minded professionals. Weiskopf was a sponsor for the rafting trip and had never been before.

“For me the purpose of the trip was to market to program referral sources, and build relationships in a very personal way in a setting we have only dreamt of,” said Weiskopf.

Brenda Loringer, an educational and therapeutic consultant and interventionist based in Nashville, TN has been a long-time advocate of the program. DuPrez was one of the first people she met in Flagstaff.

“B2B is unlike any ‘sober living’ program I have seen or experienced in my 26 year career,” said Loringer. “Its unique approach provides the intensity of both residential and wilderness based treatment with a strong focus on community and 12 step recovery.”

There is discussion between DuPrez and Weiskopf to make this an annual trip.

“I would like to this again and will sponsor this trip again with Roy next fall,” said Weiskopf.







Drug Rehab Expansion Advances Fox Valley Response to Heroin Epidemic


Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers announces today it has been approved by Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to receive a $ 500,000 grant, which will help fund the investment surrounding a 10-bed expansion construction project at its drug rehab center located in Aurora, IL. As heroin continues to lure a following of young adult users from the Fox Valley area, the additional capacity will help Gateway meet the escalating demand for inpatient substance abuse treatment services.

“The reality is the surge in heroin use in DuPage and Kane counties have caused a bleak ‘no vacancy’ status quo for inpatient treatment services since providers, for the most part, have been working at full capacity. Thanks to the financial backing from DCEO, more individuals who struggle with addiction issues will have access to life-saving treatment and the kind of emotional support needed, when they are ready to get life back on track,” explains Jim Scarpace, Executive Director, Gateway Aurora.

Gateway Aurora also is an active participant in solution-minded community coalitions, which bring together elected officials, businesses leaders and concerned citizens to collaborate on strategies to address the area’s heroin problem. Thanks to unwavering support from State Representative Linda Chapa LaVia, state Sen. Jim Oberweis, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) and Congressman Randy Hultgren (IL-14), progress has been made in alleviating vulnerabilities, educating the public and saving lives. For example, Naperville police now carry Narcan nasal spray to be administered in the event of an overdose, which has resulted in 25 lives saved in one year alone according to Chicago Tribune story published on Oct. 17, 2014.

“During my time in Congress, I have looked for ways to attack from head-on the problem of substance abuse. Healthcare providers know the best way to fight addiction is to provide in-patient treatment, like the services provided by Gateway Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers. This grant funding will go a long way in the fight against substance abuse in the Fox Valley and the surrounding area. Ten more beds at this facility mean more people will get the help they need and be on the road to recovery,” says Congressman Bill Foster.

When complete in July 2015, Gateway Aurora’s renovated inpatient annex will include a total of 44 beds, increasing client capacity by about 22 percent. The Aurora center also offers step-down services, Outpatient and Aftercare programs; please visit RecoverGateway.org/Aurora for more information.

About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers provide substance abuse treatment services for adults and adolescents at drug treatment centers throughout Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area. Gateway’s outpatient and residential treatment centers are licensed by the state of Illinois and accredited by The Joint Commission. Each year, Gateway’s professional clinicians help thousands of individual’s successfully complete treatment. To learn more about Gateway’s free, confidential consultation, call 877-505-HOPE (4673) or visit RecoverGateway.org.







Drug Rehab Expansion Advances Fox Valley Response to Heroin Epidemic


Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers announces today it has been approved by Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to receive a $ 500,000 grant, which will help fund the investment surrounding a 10-bed expansion construction project at its drug rehab center located in Aurora, IL. As heroin continues to lure a following of young adult users from the Fox Valley area, the additional capacity will help Gateway meet the escalating demand for inpatient substance abuse treatment services.

“The reality is the surge in heroin use in DuPage and Kane counties have caused a bleak ‘no vacancy’ status quo for inpatient treatment services since providers, for the most part, have been working at full capacity. Thanks to the financial backing from DCEO, more individuals who struggle with addiction issues will have access to life-saving treatment and the kind of emotional support needed, when they are ready to get life back on track,” explains Jim Scarpace, Executive Director, Gateway Aurora.

Gateway Aurora also is an active participant in solution-minded community coalitions, which bring together elected officials, businesses leaders and concerned citizens to collaborate on strategies to address the area’s heroin problem. Thanks to unwavering support from State Representative Linda Chapa LaVia, state Sen. Jim Oberweis, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) and Congressman Randy Hultgren (IL-14), progress has been made in alleviating vulnerabilities, educating the public and saving lives. For example, Naperville police now carry Narcan nasal spray to be administered in the event of an overdose, which has resulted in 25 lives saved in one year alone according to Chicago Tribune story published on Oct. 17, 2014.

“During my time in Congress, I have looked for ways to attack from head-on the problem of substance abuse. Healthcare providers know the best way to fight addiction is to provide in-patient treatment, like the services provided by Gateway Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers. This grant funding will go a long way in the fight against substance abuse in the Fox Valley and the surrounding area. Ten more beds at this facility mean more people will get the help they need and be on the road to recovery,” says Congressman Bill Foster.

When complete in July 2015, Gateway Aurora’s renovated inpatient annex will include a total of 44 beds, increasing client capacity by about 22 percent. The Aurora center also offers step-down services, Outpatient and Aftercare programs; please visit RecoverGateway.org/Aurora for more information.

About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers provide substance abuse treatment services for adults and adolescents at drug treatment centers throughout Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area. Gateway’s outpatient and residential treatment centers are licensed by the state of Illinois and accredited by The Joint Commission. Each year, Gateway’s professional clinicians help thousands of individual’s successfully complete treatment. To learn more about Gateway’s free, confidential consultation, call 877-505-HOPE (4673) or visit RecoverGateway.org.