NicoBloc USA is proud to partner with Dr. Jantz and The Center – A Place of Hope

Founded by Dr. Gregory Jantz in 1984, The Center – A Place of Hope is the largest treatment facility in the U.S. dedicated to behavioral-based afflictions, as well as drug and alcohol addictions. Dr. Jantz has dedicated his life’s work to developing ways to create more possibility for others, helping people change their lives for good.

“Obviously, people can and do stop,” Jantz says. “Sometimes they just need the right method and approach that can free them from both the physical and emotional aspects of their addiction. We are focused on treating nicotine addiction by eliminating the use of nicotine in treatment, primarily because nicotine is the most addictive drug.”

As a NicoBloc certified facility, The Center will administer the 6-week program to help their patients with smoking addiction. Dr. Jantz has changed the treatment world with his “whole-person” approach to care. Today it is credited with dramatically improving the effectiveness of treatment for those suffering from disorders.

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About Dr. Gregory Jantz

Dr. Jantz has been pioneering whole-person care for over thirty years. Today he leads a team of 40 world-class, licensed and board-certified professionals providing treatment to those suffering from eating disorders, depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol addictions, PTSD and more. Specializing in treating co-occurring disorders, The Center – A Place of Hope was recently recognized among the top 10 facilities in the U.S. for the treatment of depression.

Bringing together 40 world-class, licensed and board-certified professionals to address the medical, physical, psychological, emotional, nutritional, fitness and spiritual considerations involved in recovery, Dr. Jantz founded The Center to help people transform their lives.

Dr. Jantz is a best-selling author of 30 books and has appeared on CNN, FOX, ABC, CBS, and has been interviewed for the New York Post, Associated Press, Family Circle, and Women’s Day. He is also a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and Psychology Today blogs.

More About Dr. Jantz

Dr. Jantz in the Media

Interview on KFAV-FM

Dr. Jantz’s Blog


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