Personalized Addiction Recovery
We offer a variety of treatment options to meet your needs. Our intake counselors will chat with you to learn more about your addiction and treatment goals and help you put together a recovery plan that's right for you. Your treatment plan may include:
Medically supervised detox and stabilization
If your symptoms when not using are manageable, outpatient detox, or ambulatory detox as is it clinically known, may work for you. Our medical staff will work with you to create a plan to detoxify your body safely. They can prescribe medication to make sure your detox is as comfortable as possible, so you can carry on with your daily life during treatment. Ambulatory detox can take as little as two weeks, and can be a standalone treatment, or the first step in a more comprehensive treatment program.
Methadone or Suboxone (also known as Subutex or burprenorphine) are prescription drugs that can help you reduce cravings for heroin or other opiates and eliminate the uncontrollable, compulsive behaviors associated with your addiction without painful withdrawal symptoms. If you have a long-term opiate addiction, methadone or suboxone maintenance can help you restore sanity to your life, improve your health and productivity while you work towards full rehabilitation.
Maintenance to abstinence programs
If addiction has become a chronic problem for you, an individualized maintenance to abstinence program can help you get back on track. You'll get intensive medical supervision combined with medications to help you regain your ability to function day to day. Intensive group, individual and family therapy will help you get to the root cause of your addiction and learn new coping skills as you gradually move from your current level of addiction to being completely drug-free.
Individual, group and family counseling
While you work to resolve the physical symptoms, you'll have access to focused group, individual and family therapy to help you get to the root cause of your addiction and learn new coping skills as you gradually move from your current level of addiction to being completely drug-free.