My son has been sober for 32 months, and I credit DRRs program for this. DRR is not for the faint of heart - for addicts OR their families. Addicts are responsible for their own expenses, and other than paying the registration fee, families are NOT responsible for treatment costs. The addicts sign an agreement to pay back family members IN FULL for the registration fee. (and they DO!) Besides addiction treatment, DRR provides other life skill training such as financial accountability. They help our addicts manage the myriad legal problems that seem to go hand in hand with drug addiction. Our addicts are held accountable for their actions and the staff has very high expectations of their clients. Rehab includes counseling, 12 step work, spiritual guidance, etc. Families are encouraged to attend weekly Al-Anon family group meetings, indeed, our ability to communicate or see our addicts depends on it. Do not despair! Al-Anon Family Group meetings are worth their weight in gold. They help families become stronger and more functional because for once, we are taking care of ourselves and not worrying about our addicts. Additionally, families are expected to attend Family Education Days - about 2 or 3 times per year. DRR is not fancy or sophisticated in their facility or in their approach. They are, however, exceptionally serious in their work and their standards. Staff are NO-NONSENSE with addicts AND the families! If your addict is interested in recovery, encourage him to contact DRR! Don\'t do it for him! That\'s not how it works.