Whole-Person Care to Overcome Addiction
Facing drug addiction means struggling with a chronic disease. Substances like opioids and alcohol change the way your brain functions, eventually making you think you need them to feel at peace. But hope is real, and help is here.
We believe that drug addiction (including alcohol and opioid addiction) deserves compassionate, evidence-based and whole-person care. And that’s what our team is here to offer you and your family. We offer treatment programs that focus on your whole health to help you break the cycle of addiction.
Your recovery can begin the moment you call us, and it continues as we get to know you: your goals, your challenges and your hopes for your future.
Together, we’ll chart a course forward with comprehensive addiction treatment to help you heal physically, mental health counseling to help you understand your addiction and medication (if needed) to help you feel like yourself again.
Compassionate Care, Effective Addiction Treatment
No matter where you are on your journey to overcoming drug addiction — including opioid addiction and alcohol addiction — we’re here for you, and we’ll see you through this.
Our addiction recovery center is developed with your whole health in mind. That means we consider your physical, mental and even spiritual health to help you embrace recovery.
- Breaking the Cycle of Opioid Addiction
When people who face opioid addiction first come to us, they typically ask, what is the process of recovery? We reassure them that recovery is a lifelong journey, and one that can begin with a single choice to heal. Recovery is a process that’s non-linear in nature, and can include setbacks, triumphs and, most importantly, support at every step.
At our recovery center, our first step is helping you break the cycle of opioid addiction and dependence. We’ll work closely with you, your family and our addiction medicine care team to prescribe and monitor the use of medications to treat opioid addiction, like a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone.
These medications work by sticking to the same parts of the brain (receptors) as opioids. This tricks these receptors into making your brain feel happy. Naloxone is difficult to misuse because it will automatically trigger withdrawal symptoms when misused. And because it’s more difficult to misuse, the combination of buprenorphine and naloxone can often be given for you to take at home.
- Creating a Strong Body, Mind and Spirit
Mental health counseling is a key part of our opioid addiction treatment to help you heal from the inside out. Counseling complements your physical treatment and boosts your mental and spiritual health, too. Healing in spirit is about knowing and honoring yourself and finding the path forward that helps you create peace within yourself.
Here, we find that counseling can provide the resources and strength to overcome opioid or drug addiction and move forward with healthier coping tools.
We offer both group counseling and one-on-one counseling so you can heal with the support of people who understand what you’re facing and want to bolster your recovery.
- Overcoming Alcohol Dependence
If you or someone in your family struggles with alcohol dependence, you’re not alone, and effective treatments are available from people who care.
Alcohol addiction, or alcohol use disorder, is common, just like opioid addiction. But it’s also highly treatable, and we know that many people thrive in recovery from alcohol addiction.
We treat alcohol use disorder with a combination of evidence-based treatments, mental health counseling and unwavering support for you and your family. Our team will answer your questions, offer guidance and support your recovery at every step of treatment as you overcome alcohol addiction.