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Drug & Alcohol Treatment Programs

Individualized Therapy

Individual Therapy sessions can help family members better understand how to cope with a loved one’s addiction as well as strategize ways to build their life-long recovery.

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Didactic Therapy

Didactic Therapy fosters a classroom environment that emphasizes group participation as a means of encouraging recovery and community.

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Group Therapy

Group Therapy allows the patient to share their experiences with other people going through similar struggles all while guided by an addiction professional.

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Internal Family
Systems (IFS)

Internal Family Systems Therapy deals with the personality system and shares many parallels with Alcoholics Anonymous.

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Expressive Therapy allows individuals to find and express their struggles during the addiction journey through outlets that help foster the disovery of new passions.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is designed to change patterns of thinking or behaviors by focusing on the images, attitudes, and thoughts that a person endures.

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Do You or a Loved One Have a Drug Use Problem?

Here are some questions to ask yourself or someone you know. If the answer to some or all of these questions are yes, you might have an addiction.

  • Do you think a lot about drugs?
  • Did you ever try to stop or cut down on your drug use but couldn’t?
  • Have you ever thought you couldn’t fit in or have a good time without drugs?
  • Do you ever use drugs because you are upset or angry at other people?
  • Have you ever used a drug without knowing what it was or what it would do to you?
  • Have you ever taken one drug to get over the effects of another?
  • Have you ever made mistakes at a job or at school because you were using drugs?
  • Does the thought of running out of drugs really scare you?
  • Have you ever stolen drugs or stolen stuff to pay for drugs?
  • Have you ever been arrested or in the hospital because of your drug use?
  • Have you ever overdosed on drugs?
  • Has using drugs hurt your relationships with other people?

Great program for anyone than needs help with addiction! Life changing experience and a very unique approach to recovery. This includes therapy, groups, and sober living to the AA aspect of it, which has really helped many create a foundation for a successful life in sobriety. I've experienced all phases of the program and it really helps you get back into the real world gradually, so you can live life again along with the help of a strong community and network.

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This was a very powerful influence of my sister's life. When she arrived, she was a mess..coherent only half the time and difficult to talk to. Drug and alcohol addiction had destroyed her life, and any semblance of normalcy was pretty much out the window. We didn't know where else to turn. A friend of mine, who had similar struggles with addiction had recommended it to us. Having had little experience in this area, I wanted to send my sister to a place that had been a positive experience for someone I actually knew. After spending nearly three months in treatment, she left the treatment center with a renewed sense of purpose, with the support of her family and an amazing post-care support system. She shared with me some of her experiences while in treatment and how she was given proper guidance from staff on how to stay close to the people and places that were positive influences that would help keep her sober. She has since been attending weekly meetings with others and events that she claims have kept her sober during times where she worried about relapsing. This isn't just a treatment center, it's a place where people can have a chance to get their life back....where they can gain control and get on top of the triggers that have been ruining their lives. Thank you! You are a Godsend! I would recommend this facility to anyone struggling with addiction.

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Do I Need Treatment?

People with addictions also need to change how they do things so they can live healthy lives again without drugs. But getting the drug out of a person’s system is just the first stage of treatment.

They did not care for their family, their work, or their community. People with addictions often are in a lot of trouble for breaking rules and not keeping their promises.
They did not look after their health. People with addictions might not be eating or sleeping well, cleaning their teeth, or getting treated for infections. Their drug use might have caused health problems.
Things they used to enjoy no longer make them feel good. When people are on drugs, they stop caring about hobbies, interests, and friends.

Talking with doctors or counselors (people trained to listen and help you solve personal problems) or other people in treatment can help.

We are available 24/7. Call to speak with a Treatment Specialist and find the help you need.