World Renowned Addictions Experts Agree..."The St. Jude Program
Remains the Most Effective Program in the Country."
This is what they have to say...
Prof. Peter Venturelli Ph.D.
Valparaiso University in Indiana
How can teaching people they are powerless be helpful? All people struggle at times in life, saying you are powerless is self-defeating and promotes helplessness and depression. The key to getting through your struggles is to tap into your own inner strength and power, find what truly makes you happy and feel good about yourself and move in that direction. The St. Jude Program is remarkable in that it provides a curriculum and process specifically designed for self-directed change. In going through the process each person gains knowledge and tools they can use long after they have left the program. They are then able to face any future struggles with confidence, strength and hope for a better future.
Prof. David R. Rudy Ph.D.,
Professor of Sociology and Dean of the Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy at Morehead State University
"During much of the past century, there has been a consistent trend to increasingly medicalize behavioral issues. Viewing behaviors, for example heavy drinking and alcoholism, as diseases is a flawed model. Drinking, heavy drinking, and alcoholism are behaviors and their causes are many and diverse. It stands to reason that alcoholism and substance abuse treatment approaches that are based on facts are more likely to provide an environment for success than those that are based on beliefs. The St. Jude Program series does just that. Through a fact-based approach, the programs educate, motivate, and empower substance users to make choices and decisions that will lead to self and life control." Dr. David Rudy, Professor of Sociology and Dean of the Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy at Morehead State University and author of Becoming Alcoholic, Alcoholics Anonymous and the Reality of Alcoholism."
Dr Joy Browne
Nationally Syndicated Radio Talk Show Host and Clinical Psychologist
At last, a program for addiction that acknowledges choice and responsibility and can really work. I liked it so much, I agreed to voice the Audio Book for the Saint Jude Home Program
Joseph G. Vacca, Ph.D.
National Institute of Health Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School and Boston University Medical School
Finally someone has built a program to help people struggling with addictions, utilizing the latest research and technology available. As scientists have uncovered more and more about how the brain works, Baldwin Research has incorporated that information into a comprehensive program for self improvement. People literally learn how to reinvent themselves and plan for a better future, regardless of their past struggles