La Coka Nostra Rapper Slaine Opens Addiction Recovery Center In Massachusetts

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Weston, MA – La Coka Nostra rapper Slaine has established an addiction treatment center in his Massachusetts state. Massachusetts.

The facility was named Charles River Recovery, the 110-bed facility officially opened in September, with staff members, Slaine along with other supporters in attendance for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Recovery is a subject that is right at the heart of Slaine who was battling his own struggles for a long time before he was clean. Anyone who is familiar with his music, and songs like “Do What You Love,” probably has a clue.

“My music was always a documentation of what I was going through in my life,” Slaine shares with HipHopDX. “Because of this I was very open about my use and addiction of alcohol and drugs. It was the only one I had. I didn’t think it was possible to recover for myself. I’ve tried it a thousand times and could not stop regardless of the consequences or chance was at stake.

“When I found recovery I was also open about the challenges and the blessings that came with it. I was taught by the program of recovery in which I must work hard to stay in recovery, I need to be willing to assist others in the same way. The people began reaching to me and I did my best to assist them or locate solutions for them. However, I quickly realized that it could be difficult due to several reasons, but I always tried my best and brought me into contact with many individuals working in the area.”

As of winter 2019/2020 Slaine was dealing with personal issues , and he stepped up his volunteer work. Then, he began to do charitable work in various capacities . He also came across Matt Ganem, who has an excellent reputation within his Boston recovering community.

“He ran a treatment center and asked me to come out and speak,” he says. “That was the beginning of running groups and after the pandemic hit, I realized that I was at last for the first time after a long time fully at home. I started going to sober living, detoxes and treatment centers and programs to share my experiences and also to get acquainted with the services they could offer as well as the people who care for addicts and alcohol addicts on a daily basis.

“I discovered that this was a job interested me, and that’s what I am supposed to be working on right now. I also learned many things about the way that the system functions and does not work, and I decided that maybe I could help in this particular area.”

Llaine was finally placed in a position to start his own business and hopes to at start to make a dent on the current epidemic of drugs which is taking over the U.S.

“We are not only losing a generation of people to this drug epidemic, we are also in a situation where the death and destruction it is causing is devastating the families left behind,” the doctor says. “When you consider the whole issue it appears insurmountable. I’m not sure how to solve it, but the thing I know to do is to put an effort of positive energy to something one day at a.

“I am able to make connections with others and join the team. My goal is to be a tiny part in the solutions. It all starts by just helping one person at the.”

The desire of Slaine to establish Charles River Recovery was a result of his frustration trying to locate resources within Massachusetts. Massachusetts. The majority of them were not in the network and available only to those with premium insurance. According to him, most of them are out of state, or are owned by large corporations.

“The vision for Charles River Recovery is to be accessible to as many people as possible as an in-network facility,” the director declares. “We have been accredited and licensed and are trying to build the partnerships necessary to make this dream come true. The center we’ve established is a medical center.

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“As an addiction and clinical stabilization center it is the very first step in care and the first point for recovery of Substance Use Disorder. We are a group of residents from the community. We have gathered an entire team of medical personnel and professionals who hold the same passion for this work. I am convinced that this will become a truly special area and a valuable opportunity for Boston. This is my wish.”

More information is available here.

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