Our inpatient program combines therapy, counseling, and custom evidence-based techniques to ensure well-being and an overall healthier life. This approach allows individuals to truly focus on recovery, away from possible distractions and triggers while receiving the highest level of comprehensive care. Our holistic approach paves the way for not only healing and overall well-being but for a long-term drug-free healthier lifestyle.
Our top priority is providing a secure and soothing environment, allowing you to fully concentrate on your journey toward long-term recovery while improving overall health conditions. Specific elements to treatment can include:
Medical detox is the initial phase of addiction treatment that involves supervised withdrawal from substances. It’s conducted in a clinical setting, with medical professionals managing withdrawal symptoms and ensuring a safe transition into recovery.
Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a core element of addiction treatment. It involves one-on-one sessions with a therapist or counselor to address the psychological and emotional aspects of addiction and develop coping strategies.
Group therapy brings individuals with similar addiction challenges together to share experiences, offer support, and learn from one another. It is an effective way to build a sense of community and address common issues.
Family therapy involves the participation of family members in the treatment process. It aims to improve communication, address family dynamics, and provide a supportive environment for recovery.
Psychosocial education offers individuals information and skills to understand and manage the social and environmental factors that contribute to addiction. It focuses on enhancing social and life skills.
The 12-Step program, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), is a structured approach to recovery involving group meetings, sponsorship, and a set of principles for achieving and maintaining sobriety.
Holistic & Exercise
Holistic approaches to treatment consider the whole person, incorporating alternative therapies like yoga, meditation, and mindfulness to promote physical and emotional well-being. Exercise is often integrated to improve overall health.
Nutritional & Exercise
Proper nutrition and exercise play a crucial role in addiction recovery. This component emphasizes the importance of a balanced diet and regular physical activity to support physical and mental health during the recovery process.