The nature of addiction is painful, exhausting, and complex. We have a vested interest in each individual that comes to us for help as most of our staff and founders have had first-hand experience with drug & alcohol addiction. From the detox onward, we create an environment of acceptance while maintaining a safe, stable environment conducive to long-term recovery. Our program places an emphasis on holistic treatment, addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual issues that may provide a barrier to progress.
Our residential programs focus on both the addict and their families through education and communication to improve and strengthen relationships. Our programs also maintains therapy and counseling as a cornerstone of treatment, alongside classes and special groups that encourage sustainability in the real world.
We understand that denial is the most common symptom of addiction for both the user and those around them because we have been there ourselves. Drugs & alcohol have a way of convincing users and loved ones that problems aren’t as bad as they seem. The first step — admitting that there is a problem and that help is needed — can be a difficult one. It is our goal to provide a welcoming, judgement-free environment for those ready to take that first step.