We're always available to help.
Our admissions team is available round-the-clock to answer any questions about the admissions process. In addition to offering information about interventions and an insurance benefit check, we will conduct a free assessment to determine if our addiction treatment program is the right fit for you. We are so committed to your recovery success that we will help you find a treatment solution even if it’s not with us.
We create a safe and comfortable environment for men and women that struggle with addiction, including those suffering with co-occurring mental health disorders to unearth the root causes of their illnesses. Our treatment tracks include Intensive Outpatient (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization (PHP) programming and we are underway with an expansion plan which includes residential and onsite detox. Our experienced clinical staff teaches the necessary coping skills for long-term recovery with a focus on the three pillars of health: sleep, nutrition and exercise.
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Alcoholism affects millions of people annually, and is the most widespread addiction in the United States. According to a study conducted by the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency, roughly 17 million people suffer from alcohol abuse. After just a few hours of abstaining, the effects of alcohol withdrawal can cause those addicted to feel anxious and physically ill. Withdrawal symptoms can include trembling, irritability, insomnia, and a constant desire to drink. Before realizing what’s happening, alcohol addiction can take control over an individual’s life.[/caption]
One of the many factors that lead to the continuation of addiction for addicts and alcoholics is an overwhelming fear of having to go through the withdrawal process. This fear is one that is completely understandable, considering that withdrawal symptoms can be tremendously uncomfortable and can cause all sorts of physical and psychological difficulties. However, this fear often times is misplaced because many addicts and alcoholics have only experienced withdrawal symptoms on their own and have never sought out professional help for this matter.