|Substance use disorders are thought to be caused by an interplay of biology, social and developmental factors, and psychological characteristics. Recovery often requires first dealing with the substance use, and then addressing possible underlying issues. Successful recovery requires sustained attention to the biological, psychological, and social contributors to addiction.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Group, individual and family therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Relapse prevention strategies
Exercise and recreational activities
15 private rooms ensures a high staff to patient ratio.
High staffing keeps clients engaged especially during early recovery.
Most clients prefer the intimacy of smaller group sessions.
Other Levels of Care: