Every individual and scenario is different. That is why we tailor out treament model around you to make sure you get the best possible care.
Our therapy sessions are backed by scientific research and have been proven to be effective in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. From detox to our 10/10 Therapeutic Experience all the way to sober living, our methods are proven.
Many individuals suffering from drug and alcohol addiction or eating disorders may also be battling co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety or personality disorders. Our expert staff is equipped to treat co-occurring disorders as well.
Our staff at every facility includes doctors, nurses, dietitians, therapists and case workers. We have someone on staff to help you at every stage of your recovery. On top of that, our staff truly cares that you get better.
Recovering from addiction doesn't end when you check out of a rehab facility. That's why we provide a full spectrum of care to help you stay on track even after you leave.
The first stage of treatment involves detox from the drug or alcohol using medication if needed to ease the detox process.
A structured treatment program that provides a level of care in between residential and outpatient care.
Our residential program allows patients to stay at our recovery centers and receive world-class treatment while living in comfortable and safe housing.
This treatment does not require that the patient live at the facility. This level of care is usually one of the last steps in recovery.
We also provide facilities for individuals in recovery before they transition back to their future lives.
We accept most major insurances and can work with you on payment plans and other financing options in order to get you the care that you need.
Calls will be answered by a qualified admissions representative with Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS), the owners of DrugRehab.com. We look forward to helping you!
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