View these videos from Serenity House leadership to learn more about our philospohy and how we can help you on your road to recovery.
23 million Americans struggle with addiction—and it’s not something anyone plans. But there is hope. Addiction is a treatable brain disease that we at Serenity House understand.
Serenity House loves you exactly where you are and offers the resources that empower you to create positive change in your life. Since 1984, we have helped over 27,000 people break free from drug and alcohol addiction. We do this not only for you, but for your loved ones, because we know addiction can be as painful for families and friends as it is for the one with the disease. Every individual is unique, so we tailor treatment to your specific needs.
OUR SUCCESS STORIES
THOUGHTS ON RECOVERY
“Since my time in Abilene, I have become the father I wanted to be and the friend and family member I needed to be.”
I am only responsible for my effort, not for the outcome of my effort.
Self-pity is easily the most destructive of the nonpharmaceutical narcotics; it is addictive, gives momentary pleasure and separates the victim from reality.