Our focus is to provide you with the best possible tools and resources you need in order to be successful. Upon assessment, our clients will be evaluated by our professional clinicians to identify their strengths, needs, and preferences in order to identify a personalized treatment plan.
Detox is the first critical step towards recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Detoxification is the process in which the body rids itself of the harmful substances in the system. The purpose of a professional detox program is to safely manage the dangerous withdrawal symptoms when someone stops using drugs or alcohol.
Every individual is different, which means everyone will have a different experience with detox. There are several factors that will determine how an individual will react to detoxification.Learn More
Residential (or Inpatient) Treatment Programs are able to provide specialized care in a highly structured environment. Clients live full-time in the facility while receiving round-the-clock care. In a residential treatment center, individuals are able to dedicate all their time and energy to recover.
When our clients enroll in a residential treatment program, they can expect their process to be closely monitored so care adjustments can be made. An advantage of residential treatment care is the ability to incorporate all aspects of treatment in a single setting.Learn More
Outpatient Treatment Programs allow clients the flexibility to maintain their daily routine while they work towards recovery. This option is ideal for individuals who have responsibilities such as work and school commitments and family obligations that they are unable to set aside. Outpatient rehabilitation offers addiction treatment sessions during scheduled times.
Outpatient programs are most effective for those with more mild substance abuse issues who are highly motivated to achieve recovery. There is a higher chance of success with outpatient treatment with clients who have a stable home life and support group.Learn More
Sober Living provides clients with a bridge between residential treatment and normal day-to-day life. Completing an addiction treatment program is a major accomplishment, however, returning to the “real world” can be overwhelming. Sober living, or aftercare, programs help clients stay on the continued path towards recovery.
Clients who enter a sober living home provide a structured group setting that reduced the risk of relapse after initial addiction treatment. Individuals learn healthy coping skills and habits for when they return home to daily life.Learn More
Any person who is addicted to illicit drugs, alcohol or abuse of prescription drugs who persists in that addiction and who repeatedly rejects the idea of addiction treatment is in need of an intervention.
Families can be aided by a trained interventionist educator before, during, and after the intervention in order to help the intervention be a success, and for the loved one to accept help for their addiction. An intervention is never easy, but it could make the difference between life and death.Learn More
A service that is often commenced after one leaves treatment, a sober coach will help by giving additional support in the first few weeks or months of recovery. This can also be used as an alternative when treatment is not an option.
Sobriety coaches are there to listen and encourage, or just be a shoulder to lean on during this unsteady, but rewarding time in the person's life. They also will act as a bridge to other support groups and help show how community and family can help aid in recovery. The sober coach meets the client one to two days a week or more often in needed. They also can be a daily companion to aid in the person not falling back into use.Learn More
Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person's mind, body, spirit, and emotions. When a client receives training in wellness, they are not only able to see a balance in their body, soul, and mind, but also with their environment.
Today's modern lifestyle intensifies poor diet, lack of exercise, stress, smoking, reduced social relationships, and reduced contact with nature, as well with as ourselves. Because of this type of lifestyle, chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes has drastically increased and therefore caused a great need for Holistic Wellness Training.Learn More
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