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The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake Opens

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The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake opens. Fifteen minutes from Colorado Springs, CO, this premier treatment facility is for adults who struggle with addiction, substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Palmer Lake Home to New Recovery Village

Acute addiction care programs last for weeks, and people who enroll need to live on the grounds during that entire timespan. If the facility isn’t comfortable or appealing, or worse yet, if the facility doesn’t provide people with what they need, they’ll leave early.

That’s why the developers of The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake have spent so much time on the facility itself, ensuring that it’s a clean, safe, soothing, and luxurious environment. All of those steps aren’t frivolous. They could be key parts of a client-retention program, and that could translate into higher levels of healing.The grounds offer a number of recreation opportunities, including walking trails. People who want to get out in nature can do so here, and they may end up with a hobby that can support them through tough times.

Those who enjoy athletic pursuits may appreciate the facility’s well-stocked gym. Here, they can hop on exercise equipment to work through feelings of anger or nervousness, and they can use weights to build up muscles lost to drug use. People who prefer stretching to sweating may enjoy yoga sessions, which are also held on the grounds. For more information, see the website at

http://www.palmerlakerecovery.com/?utm_source=Training+Event+&utm_campaign=VIP+Invite&utm_medium=email

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