Drug Rehab Alternative to Ineffective Addiction Treatment Centers

Discovery Place Releases New eBook to Address Opioid Addiction and Recovery Options

BURNS, TN — Discovery Place, a non-profit drug and addiction recovery facility, has just released a new eBook “Drug Rehab Alternative to Ineffective Addiction Treatment Centers.” The new eBook discusses opioid addiction and available programs that are effectively helping individuals find sobriety. 

“We are very excited about this new eBook,” says Executive Director Andy James. “Opioid addiction is a serious problem, and we at Discovery Place are here to help those who need a program that’s effective. The new eBook is designed to give families and individuals more understanding about the drug and its effects on the body. We also address programs that help discover how to recover through a practice of daily principles that alleviate the desire to abuse drugs.”

The content offer is in extension of the information currently found on the Discovery Place blog that addresses issues around drug and alcohol abuse, and provides different coping strategies. This eBook was created for both families and individuals who want to find sobriety.

Readers of “Drug Rehab Alternative to Ineffective Addiction Treatment Centers” will:

  • Learn more about opioids and the effects on the body.
  • Discover different ways to approach your loved one about rehab programs.
  • Explore the different programs available that are the most effective at finding sobriety.

Discovery Place has successfully provided programs for guests of their retreat to find and maintain sobriety. Releasing the new eBook will allow the center an opportunity to address a widespread problem and supply, not only coping techniques, but solutions to effective recovery. 


Discovery Place is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable alternatives to traditional addiction centers. Each guest works with a 12 step immersion program that is proven to help individuals find success. Discovery Place encourages physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. They believe in bringing guests together to form a community to provide the best possible chance for recovery.


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