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My journey at Logan House

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About: Logan House Residential Rehabilitation Facility

When I first arrived at Logan House I felt very anxious. This was my second time to Logan House; I had been before over a year ago for 4 months.

It took me a fair while to feel comfortable with people as I wasn't used to being around so many people, as I was mostly on my own drinking towards the end of my active addiction.

I found out that it was a 6-week program opposed to a 6-month program like it used to be when I was here last time. I wasn't really sure if that was long enough but I was happy to commit to 3 months.

The program was condensed, but I did find the groups to be helpful. The material that we covered made sense & I enjoyed the groups.

After a while in the program, my anxiety levels calmed down and I started to feel my old self return. I could participate in the groups more.

I'm happy that I came to Logan House because I don't think I could have built a solid foundation on my own.

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Response from Gerard Moloney, Lives Lived Well

Hello building foundations

Thanks for taking the time to tell your story about your experiences at Lives Lived Well's Logan House.

It takes a lot of courage and perseverance to come back again as you have done and to manage the changes you found when you got there. Well done for living with your anxiety and engaging with the current program groups and format. I am glad your old self has returned, your anxiety has calmed down and you are getting the support you need to build a solid foundation.

Wish you all the best for your onward journey in life.

Warm regards


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