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Best Drug Rehabilitation founder Per Wickstrom maintains an active online presence. Generally posting multiple articles monthly, he relies on his blog to discuss life skills and various addiction-related topics. In August of 2013, Per Wickstrom’s articles ranged from an analysis of teen peer pressure and parent… Read More
Best Drug Rehabilitation founder Per Wickstrom maintains an active online presence. Generally posting multiple articles monthly, he relies on his blog to discuss life skills and various addiction-related topics. In August of 2013, Per Wickstrom’s articles ranged from an analysis of teen peer pressure and parental strategies for dealing with it to ways to avoid the harmful effects of jealousy. In the previous month, he wrote about time management and alcohol’s inability to solve problems. He has also contributed to the Huffington Post’s blog.

Maintaining a strong social media presence, Per Wickstrom’s Twitter feed, which has over 1,000 followers, features frequent links to material he has posted elsewhere. Active on Flickr as well, he shares photos from not only Best Drug Rehabilitation but also his personal life, including of boats, vintage automobiles, and scenes from Utah’s Timpanogos Cave National Monument.

Professionally, Per Wickstrom has founded several addiction treatment centers in Michigan. Three years after winning his own battle with addiction in 2000, he started the Stone Hawk treatment center in the Lower Peninsula community of Battle Creek, where thousands have overcome their addictions. Mr. Wickstrom’s most recent project, Best Drug Rehabilitation, is located north of Battle Creek in Manistee. Each center relies on a natural treatment approach that Mr. Wickstrom developed to help clients not only recover from addictions but also rebuild their lives. Treatment at the centers addresses the behavioral, spiritual, and emotional sides of addiction as well as the physical, helping clients learn better ways to cope with life and avoid temptation. Read Less
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