Traditional substance abuse treatments play an essential part in our alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs. Our compassionate team of professionals uses a range of treatment modalities to help clients better understand drug abuse and alcohol addiction, as well as learn positive coping and relapse-prevention skills.
Addiction Education and Disease Concept Lecture
Teaches the understanding of addiction as a disease and how it impacts the brain and the body.
Identifies attitudes and behaviors that cause anger and provides techniques to address, manage, and express anger in constructive ways.
All-male or all-female group discussions focus on gender-related recovery issues, including relationships and boundaries, family roles and responsibilities, communication skills and style, and conflict resolution.
Clinician-facilitated group counseling enables clients to express themselves in an empathetic setting.
One-on-one addiction treatment counseling with a clinician helps clients discuss their thoughts, feelings, and behavior in order to gain a clearer understanding of their inner-selves. Clients with co-occurring disorders simultaneously address mental health issues that impact their addiction.
Identifies the risks to recovery and provides strategies to overcome challenges.
Introduces clients to the 12-Step set of principles for recovery via literature from Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.