Located on a secluded 12 private acre, our drug and alcohol rehab center was built with client comfort in mind. Our buildings are divided into different areas of treatment (detox, the therapeutic center, and the dining hall) as well as the residential buildings that house men and women separately. Clients being treated in our residential program reside with us for the specific amount of days established in their individualized addiction treatment program. Our newly remodeled semi-private bedrooms are spacious and comfortable, and each room has its own bath and shower. Our clients enjoy 3 daily meals prepared by our in-house five star chef; and in case a client gets hungry, snacks and drinks can be purchased on vending machines. As every client has a different need, our clients' diet is overseen by licensed nutritionists who makes sure that a balanced meal is adequately fulfilling their dietary needs.
Individualized detox protocols are carefully monitored and tailored to address detox symptoms. As part of our holistic approach, our detox incorporates traditional detox with biofeedback sessions.
Clients being treated in our residential program reside with us for the specific amount of days established in their individualized addiction treatment program.
Our treatment model is rooted in the belief that it is our utmost responsibility to do whatever we can to prepare our clients for life outside of treatment.
In addition to our traditional therapeutic treatments we offer holistic and alternative therapies such as: yoga, chiropractic care, medical massage, personal training and art therapy.
Inner peace is something we strive to achieve, yet far too often, it’s elusive. Let’s explore what it takes to acquire and retain peace and serenity. There are two kinds of peace: inner peace and outer peace. The reason we seek inner peace is because unless it comes from within, your peace is not only temporary, it’s artificial. Outer peace isn’t who you are, it’s where you are. And your goal is to find peace in your existence, not just in your venue.View Details
It has taken you so long to finally accept that you needed change in your life. You’ve been to how many rehabs? How often have you told others, “I’m really done!”?
This time though, you can feel the difference inside. You know that you want it, and you want it so badly that you are finally willing to do whatever it takes to get clean and stay that way. And now it’s time to put your money where your mouth is.
The most dangerous time in recovery is probably the first month. Your old habits aren’t really old yet. These are habits you are changing in the moment, and that means it won’t take much to get you back on the wrong track. So what do you need to do to “make it stick?”
As we near another turning point in the calendar, we are forced by our surroundings to consider the growth we’ve experienced this year, and make plans for the year ahead. Recovery from addiction includes aspects of life we often don’t consider. In failing to consider them, we will continue attempting to solve problems in the same manner as they might be addressed with non-addicts, but with very different results, thereby convincing ourselves they can’t be solved. They can be solved, but only with a different understanding. Let’s consider them:View Details