Relapse and Fear For families with loved ones in recovery from addiction, the R-word is a very scary word. Family members typically fear relapse because they make sense of it as a disaster or failure
Do you feel like an outsider at home, with friends, or at work?
We recognize the importance of reconnecting with others in the recovery process and can help.
Our clients benefit from the intimacy of an all-male peer group. Daily recreation and social events also reinforce the importance of friendship. Family is emphasized through our complementary Family & Couples Weekend. Finally, our staff is valued as much (if not more) for their ability to relate to clients than their job skills.
Are you afraid of going to treatment? Treatment shouldn’t feel like punishment. We’re committed to giving you a sense of control every step of the way.
While with us, clients are encouraged to take control of their treatment plan. We know that when clients are involved in designing their treatment plan, they have a greater sense of ownership not only in their plan, but in their long-term recovery.
As a result, no two treatment plans are the same because we recognize that no two clients are the same. Our staffing and programming are designed with the flexibility to allow clients multiple paths to recovery.
Has your life become meaningless and boring? We approach addiction as a response to a life that lacks meaning. While with us, we help you uncover your passion for living again.
We recognize that clients must first have a reason to stop using drugs or alcohol. Without a reason, clients are likely to simply go through the motions, struggle with boredom and, eventually, return to use.
Our meaning-centered approach focuses on long-term aspirations such as intimate relatedness with friends and family and a fulfilling career. In other words, our clients explore recovery from the perspective of a life of possibility over avoidance. Once a client finds his purpose, we see that the motivation to go to meetings, eat healthy, and exercise regularly comes naturally.
Recovering from addiction is more than being clean and sober. We’re committed to your personal growth and helping you pursue the dreams you’ve set aside.
Our program is designed to help clients manage their lives more effectively. Like other programs, clients learn to deal with immediate concerns such as cravings, dealing with drug-using friends, and personal issues such as anger, depression, and anxiety.
However, we believe that effective treatment is not just about coping or even just healing, but about growth. Successful recovery is more than just a life free of problems. Instead, our program is designed to help clients overcome personal barriers that are keeping them from realizing their full potential.