Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment & Rehab Center

Our residential treatment center defines substance abuse as using or abusing alcohol, heroin, meth, marijuana, prescription drugs, any other mood-altering substance or mood-altering behavior. Addiction is defined as when a person is physical, mentally, and/or spiritually dependent on a substance to feel better or to feel normal. Our alcohol and drug addiction treatment center helps clients find life-long recovery, one day at a time.

During rehab at our substance abuse treatment center, we look at the underlying causes of a client’s addiction. Our center’s staff looks at the dependency and we ask, why? Why does this person use external substances or inappropriate behaviors to feel better about themselves or even to feel normal? We take the time to let our PTSD/Trauma and addiction clients reveal the often untold secret: Why? Why me?

Substance abuse and other addictions are what people turn to when everything else seems to fail. A person might use one addiction or another to escape when emotions, traumas, or other underlying issues seem too much to bear. This is when residential treatment is needed. Drug and alcohol addictions are one of the easiest ways for a person to numb the pain, trauma, or other underlying issues.

Our nationally recognized addiction rehab center strongly believes in the 12-step process, therefore all of our clients attend some form of meeting. When clients arrive on property, they receive a copy of “Alcoholics Anonymous,” “Daily Reflections,” and “Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.” This allows clients to become familiar with the 12 steps and understand that they are essential to long-term recovery. In addition to 12-step reading material, clients are required to attend at least one meeting per night. Meetings are offered on property 2-3 nights a week and locally near our center all other nights. Listed below are all the types of meetings offered at and around residential rehab center for clients suffering from drug and alcohol abuse.

Groups Available at our Addiction Treatment Center

  • AA – Alcoholics Anonymous
  • NA – Narcotics Anonymous
  • SLAA – Sex and Love Addiction Anonymous
  • EDA – Eating Disorder Anonymous
  • ACA – Adult Child of an Alcoholic
  • CODA – Codependency Anonymous
  • YPG – Young People’s Group
  • Gender Specific Meetings