While the side effects of using and abusing drugs are scary, the good news is that drug addiction is treatable when adequately managed. We understand addiction and recovery and know that we have the tools to help you or a loved one succeed at life long sobriety. Regardless of the substance, we are here to help you along this process. To change a habit, you need to change the rooted behavior that originated the pattern; our multi-method approach to treatment reduces relapses.
Our specialty therapies allow you to calm your mind and your body while focusing on your recovery. Our spacious 10-acre private residential facility provides the home base to enable the patient to transform their life and shape their future. They can begin to make informed choices that increase their overall health and support their emotional and physical well being.
Understanding drug addiction and recovery impacts everyone surrounding the addict. Supporting recovery means obtaining mental health and addiction services, and understanding drug addiction and healing take time. With evidence funded by SAMHSA, the process of recovery is supported through relationships and social networks. They require a safe community to recover within; part of that will be received within our facility. Still, the other part comes from their interaction from their family and peers outside of our facility.
An addict in the recovery process relies on the support of peers and family as they conquer the battle with addiction. We offer family sessions to face the stress, guilt, shame, anger, or fears the patient may need to meet to proceed on their journey through recovery. Recovery also involves setbacks; an addict relies on their family and peers’ support as they work through these setbacks and embrace continual personal growth and physical wellness.
Our use of daily schedules and classes helps the addict develop a sense of purpose, skills they will use once they are inactive recovery that will allow them to understand addiction and recovery to maintain long-term sobriety fully.