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Treatment for addiction

Close to Recovery, Close to Home.

We don’t believe that one size fits all.

When you’ve graduated from our addiction recovery facility, we’ll be sure you get a customized addiction recovery plan to ensure that you realize we’ll be by your side every step of your journey from addiction to recovery. No matter how hopeless it seems, our addiction recovery programs can work for you! Get in contact with one of our addiction specialists today and we’ll get you the tools you need to face addiction.

What Are Some Drug Withdrawal Symptoms?

Continued abuse of drugs or alcohol interferes with the motivation and reward chemistry and circuitry, resulting in drug cravings and dependence.

The symptoms of drug withdrawal, and the length of that withdrawal, vary depending on the drug of abuse and the length of the addiction. These are a few withdrawal symptoms and timelines for major targets of abuse:

  • Heroin and prescription painkillers: flu-like symptoms lasting 24-48 hours
  • Benzodiazepines: anxiety and/or seizures lasting weeks or (in some cases) months
  • Cocaine: depression and restlessness lasting 7-10 days
  • Alcohol: tremors and/or seizures lasting three days to several weeks


For further details

 It depends on the person, but treatment at one of our drug rehab centers lasts from 30 to 90 days. Recovery, however, will last much longer. It is an ongoing process that will not end with treatment. It will be something you work on for the rest of your life. Don’t worry, it gets easier.

Group therapy is essential to any addiction treatment. The group works together in order to provide helpful tips and insight to allow each client to overcome what ails them. No one knows how you feel better than the people who are currently going through it. The empathy you give and receive may last a long time into your aftercare. This kind of assistance and motivation are why we have our clients take part in group therapy.

 Dual diagnosis mental health treatment is incredibly integral to any addiction treatment. Nearly half the people who are addicted to a drug or alcohol are also struggling with a coexisting mental disorder that requires careful and professional treatment. After we have effectively uncovered the root cause of your illness, you will have the chance to overcome your addiction and live a happy and healthy life.