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Meet Our Director Nick Jones

When Nick Jones came home from Vietnam, he brought a heroin addiction back with him. He recalls feeling lost – knowing that he needed to stop but having no idea where to start or where to turn. Finally, he received the treatment that he needed to save his life. His life calling has been to give back to others who are suffering from addiction. Nick has been accomplishing his goal through Recovery in Motion as the program director.

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About Recovery in Motion

Recovery In Motion Treatment Center offers a full-service, holistic, dual diagnosis treatment program in a real life setting. Many people who suffer from an addictive disorder have several challenges besides addiction, which can hold back their progress in treatment. Our program offers our clients the best opportunity for recovery by ensuring that any mental health issues are uncovered and treated. This gives us the ability to create an individualized treatment plan that works in their favor. Recovery in Motion also places a heavy emphasis on learning life-skills and we assist our patients in learning how to live a successful life. Our goal is that each client be prepared for a more fulfilling, sustainable life in recovery at an affordable price.

Call us today for a free no-obligation consultation over the phone. We hope that we are able to help you and your family with whatever you may be struggling with. You will find that our highly tailored, individualized treatment approach is affordable and absolutely worth it. Take this opportunity and make an investment in your life! Call Us Today.

Recovery In Motion accepts most insurance to cover the cost of treatment. Let us contact your insurance provider for you and get you the care you need. We are able to negotiate the best self-pay rates if insurance is not available. We provide quality treatment with affordable rates.

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Morgan’s Story

After a car accident where she was ran over and fractured her pelvis, doctors began to prescribed morgan opioid pain medication. Morgan quickly became addicted to her medications. After not being able to get opioid prescriptions, she started looking into other ways to get opioids. Soon the progression of her addiction increased and she found herself in a dark place. Morgan’s mother brought her to Recovery in Motion to get help. Although she did not fully get it the first time around, Morgan acknowledges that the seeds of recovery were planted. She later returned to and completed treatment here at Recovery in Motion and is now living a fulfilling life in recovery.

Chris’s Story

Coming all the way from Wisconsin looking for help, Chris came to Recovery in Motion to get treatment for his opioid addiction. After years of struggling with opioid abuse, he reached a turning point and wanted a way out. He realized that Chris knows that as long as he stays clean, his possibilities are endless. Armed with everything that he’s learned at Recovery in Motion, he’s on the track to a new life.

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Get help with substance abuse with Recovery in Motion

Nick Jones and Melanie Skillin explain that with Recovery in Motion Treatment Center treatment is available for people from all parts of the country and Tucson for substance abuse. They educate us on statistics pertaining to addiction, family involvement with addicts and how to help them seek help. Recovery in Motion is aiding in the opioid epidemic that faces our country.

Polydrug Abuse on the Rise

On Tucson News Channel 4, Nick Jones shares his knowledge on Polydrug abuse. Noting that a large percentage of people who come into RIM are coming up positive for many different substances. Polydrug abuse is a real and growing threat. Since Recovery in Motion has opened our doors we have seen a 70% increase in polydrug abusers. The most popular drugs abused together being heroin (or other opioids) and meth. One of our former clients who completed treatment here at Recovery in Motion offers the best advice he can give for those struggling with polydrug abuse: reach out.