Frequently Asked Questions

Recovery Is Change. Recovery Is Progress. Recovery Is Possible.

Call us at 877-636-9322. Let’s discuss your options. We will help you decide which option or combination of options will help you best.

As long as necessary. Our goal is the same as yours, which is to have you return to your life prepared.

Your journey towards sobriety will be based upon what you need to happen. You and your primary therapist will make a plan that will help you meet your goals and beyond.

We can discuss what living arrangement options are available so you can make an informed decision about what works for you. There is evidence supporting benefits of being away from people, place, and things that are stressful while still in early recovery.

Detox is the process by which the body withdraws from a substance or substances. Detox can be life threatening and requires medical attention and monitoring. Please call and one of our Addiction Specialists can assist you in determining if you need detoxification and safe withdrawal from the substances that are causing you problems. Medically monitored detox can make withdrawal safer and more comfortable.

In the initial phase of treatment, you will meet with your therapist weekly as you learn about your disease. You will join facilitated group therapy sessions and be able to share your feelings and experiences. You will realize that you are not alone. As you progress you and your therapist will begin to work even more closely together and in the last phase of treatment you will be meeting and planning with your therapist several times during the week.

We would encourage that your family be involved, as they need help and support too. Our family therapist and the family program will address their needs.

When you have met your goals and we feell you are ready, the team will help formulate a plan to fully reintegrate you back into your new life addressing such issues as where to live, what your recovering community will look like, how you will assess and meet ongoing medical needs, career options, education opportunities, and dealing with relationships.