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Free Online Educational Webinar for Families Affected by Addiction Begins Third Edition on Thursday, January 10

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Basic Training: Free Family Educational Webinar
14-Week Webinar Series Provides Families of Addicts with the Necessary Tools to Help Themselves Find Peace while Seeing their Loved Ones Through to Long-Term Sobriety; More than 2,000 Have Already Participated

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Jan. 8, 2019 - Rezul -- Recovery Boot Camp, a drug and alcohol treatment center located in Delray Beach, Florida, is kicking off the third edition of Basic Training – Free Family Educational Webinar on Thursday, January 10 at 7:30PM EDT. The webinar is a 14-week educational series that profiles addiction and recovery from both the loved one's and family's perspective. Its goal is to provide families the necessary tools to see themselves and their loved ones through to long-term sobriety.

Of the 2,000-plus registrants, who reside all across the country, reasons for attending include: How to stop enabling; How to deal with disappointment; Understanding the disease of addiction; Need for stronger boundaries; Coping skills for stress and worry; Boundaries, accountability and confrontation; and more.

Register here.

The webinar is hosted by Delray Beach-based addiction treatment center, Recovery Boot Camp, and sponsored by the Schnellenberger Family Foundation. The Basic Training: Family Edition Webinar gives participants the opportunity to assess and examine the themes of surrender, expectations and resentments, and ultimately a measuring stick to see the change. The educational webinar series features two hosts: Minister to the Community Rabbi Mark Rotenberg and Recovery Boot Camp COO David Zaiff.

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Like the prior editions, the Winter 2019 Basic Training: Family Edition will continue to educate and equip families with information essential to restoring health and wellbeing for everyone involved with the disease of addiction. The webinar teaches participants how to assess where the family stands with regards to addiction and recovery. It also breaks down the concepts of active addiction, treatment and post-treatment from both sides of the recovery equation.

Testimonials from parents:

·       "(Recovery Boot Camp) understood what we were going through (as parents). They understand that addiction is a family disease. We have learned so much about how to help our son and how to help ourselves." – Leah M

·       "(Recovery Boot Camp) is not only a great place for your loved one…but you will get all the education you need to help you as a loved one and family and carry on. While they are being cared for, you are being cared for." – Alice B. of Cincinnati, OH

·       "We had always thought that addiction was the addict's problem. That is so far from the truth because the parents also in their own way become addict enablers. And we have learned so much." – Monika

View more here: https://www.recoverybootcamp.com/moms-page/.

About Recovery Boot Camp

Recovery Boot Camp is a drug and alcohol treatment center located in Delray Beach, Florida. Founded in 2015 by CEO Tim Schnellenberger, Recovery Boot Camp is the natural progression of Healing Properties Sober Living Community, which has successfully helped thousands of men recover from addiction by providing a safe, clean, healthy and structured living environment for the past 15 years.

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Recovery Boot Camp provides clients with long-term step-down addiction treatment based on the genuine principles of Alcoholics Anonymous, "Big Book" and other 12-step programs. Dubbed "Basic Training," Recovery Boot Camp and Healing Properties aim to provide individuals with the blueprint of how to live life, build a recovery foundation and set an example for others within the community.

In 2017, Recovery Boot Camp received the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval, an independent, accreditation that recognizes an organization's commitment to meeting certain performance standards. The Recovery Boot Camp motto is: "Combat addiction and become the man you were meant to be."

Learn more at www.recoverybootcamp.com or www.schnellenbergerfamilyfoundation.org.

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