***The cost of our program maybe less if you have commercial insurance with out of network benefits, copay deposits can be as low as $2,000 and include 28 days plus 1 year of aftercare.***
The Ridge offers a comfortable, serene, and private setting for residential addiction treatment focused on helping patients overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Our 28-day substance abuse program is centered on a structured schedule facilitated by our licensed, highly experienced medical staff and counselors. Our patients benefit not only from the comfortable environment of the facility and the focused medical care, but also from the structured daily activities led by professional staff, the emphasis on family involvement and wellness activities to address full-body recovery.
With only 15 beds, we are able to provide intensive, focused treatment that includes CBT, education on the disease of addiction and how to manage it, frequent family groups and 1 year of aftercare for relapse prevention. We also have a psychiatrist on staff for mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, PTSD and bipolar disorder. Our unique aspects include: Physician management led by a board-certified addictionologist, intensive family participation, 13-month length (including aftercare), frequent exercise/recreation, healthy hearty chef-prepared meals and the ability to privately care for our clients needs.
We would descibe out addiction treatment program as containing the "compassionate protocols".
It is our mission that every client feels validated
It is our mission that every client feels safe
It is our mission to meet every client "where they are".
Every client is encouraged to construct a vision for their future.
It is our job to assist every client in identifying their strengths.
Clients become more confident when they are freed from the bondage of guilt and shame.
Chiron is derived from Astrology charts and is symbolized by the "wounded healer". It represents our deepest wound, and our efforts to heal that wound. Chiron was named after the centaur in Greek mythology who was a healer and teacher who, ironically, could not heal himself.
Chiron, in our map of the universe, points to where we have healing powers as the result of our own deep spiritual wounds. We may over-compensate in these areas of life. Chiron, as a wounded healer, first must face issues of low self-worth and feelings of inadequacy and show you how to rise above these issues. Because the wound goes deep, and we may work hard to overcome the wound, healing powers need to be potent.
The mission of Infinite Recovery is to provide world-class treatment while honoring the dignity, worth, and uniqueness of all people recovering from the devastation of addiction. Those with experience in addiction know it is a maddening disease. While addiction is not a moral failure, it destroys our values and snares us in a cycle of selfishness and deceit. Yet those trapped in addiction often have underlying wounds that have never healed and experience a tremendous amount of shame and isolation.
We are a community supported organization. There is a great need in our community for women who are in recovery to have a living environment that is encouraging and structured. This is the beginning to your new life, free of the people, places and things that get in the way of your success in recovery! We know because we have been where you are and understand the struggles you continue to have. You will find safety, accountability, support and inspiration here!
Our goal is to provide a strong support system within our community to create an atmosphere in which recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction is possible and sustainable. This is a person centered program with individual goals.
*Most days will start with yoga and end with yoga. We have our own studio! Yoga is a whole body exercise that anyone can do. All levels will be offered. We also have other workout equipment to use at your leisure.
For over 30 years, the Association for Behavioral Healthcare (ABH) has been the leading advocacy organization in Massachusetts’ mental health and addiction services arena. Fighting for high-quality, community-based care for families and individuals with mental illness, addiction and substance-use disorders, ABH provides leadership and statewide coordination on important public policy, financing, preferred clinical models and quality assurance issues.
ABH is a statewide association representing over eighty community-based mental health and addiction treatment provider organizations. Our members are the primary providers of publicly-funded behavioral healthcare services in the Commonwealth, serving approximately 81,000 Massachusetts residents daily and over three-quarters of a million residents annually, and employing 37,500 people.
ABH represents its member providers to funding, legislative and regulatory agencies at the state and national levels and has become a powerful and compelling advocacy organization to ensure that citizens throughout the Commonwealth have access to quality, comprehensive community-based care.
Lighthouse Care Center of Conway is located in Conway, South Carolina, roughly 10 miles from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We provide inpatient hospitalization to children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric patients suffering from mental health and/or substance abuse disorders. Our team of clinicians provides exceptional treatment plans built upon individualized needs. Lighthouse maintains the philosophy of a safe, nurturing healing environment. Our expansive patient rooms and units provide the ability for patients to heal in comfortable surroundings. If you or a loved one should have a need for our services, please contact our admissions office at 843-347-8871. We are available 24 hours a day and 7 days per week.
Lighthouse is a Joint Commission (JCAHO) accredited hospital. We accept all major forms of insurance including Medicare, Tricare, UnitedHealthcare, BlueCross Blue Shield, and other commercial insurances. We only accept Medicaid in our acute children and adolescent unit and our adolescent residential treatment program.
Lighthouse Care Center of Conway offers free in person or over-the phone assessments 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our clinical team provides guidance to those who seek inpatient treatment.
The philosophy of The Link is to offer adult males who suffer from alcoholism and/or other drug addiction the opportunity to improve their lives to the fullest, within their capabilities and limitations. The philosophy is based on the "whole person" concept and the 12 Step model of treatment. The Link provides the setting for men in early recovery to be treated in a dignified and caring manner, with encouragement towards motivation, responsibility and productivity. The Link utilizes eclectic treatment approaches in providing the proper nurturing and treatment\, which when used in conjunction with participation in self-help grounds such as AA and NA meet the individual needs of each Link resident desiring to stay sober.
The O'Brien House was established in 1971 to serve adult recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. Named after Paul S. "Pat" O'Brien, one of our founders who spent 53 years of his life working with alcoholics and educating the public about the disease of alcoholism.
O'Brien House has expanded into a large campus that provides a comprehensive continuum of care that includes treatment, prevention and community development initiatives.
O'Brien House offers a comprehensive range of treatment programs focusing on three areas: Residential Treatment, Outpatient Treatment, Adult Education and Prevention Programs. Contact us today to find out more information about what we do here at Obrien House. We are here to help you, so give us a call today!
Better Way of Miami, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit health care facility, has provided one of the most effective long term treatment programs in the southeast for those seeking a real answer to their drug and alcohol addictions. Better Way is proud to be a vital and integral part of the developing systems of care for the homeless, the addicted, the dually diagnosed and the HIV Positive in Miami-Dade County.
Based on the principles of Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous, Better Way provides its clients with the experience, expertise and quality of care essential to success in recovery from addiction. Currently, Better Way is one of the leading programs that addresses substance abuse in conjunction with co-occurring illnesses. By offering a full array of medical services (including psychiatric care) and family group therapy, we treat many aspects that surround and interact with addiction. Better Way also accommodates the needs and issues of persons in the criminal justice system as a consequence of their disease.
Social and recreational activities teach clients to have fun without the use of chemicals. Vocational staff provide vocational assessments and assist clients to prepare for the world of work as well as to explore the need for training or education for improved employ-ability skills. Full day programs are structured to support and educate the client as they begin the process of change.
The Narconon Redwood Cliffs program is entirely drug-free, meaning that the program does not use drugs or medications to treat addiction. While this may sound obvious, most drug rehab programs use medication in an attempt to manage and treat “disorders” that the patient has. Our philosophy is that you don’t solve a drug problem with more drugs. Instead, we address the very basics of a person’s health through proper nutrition, supplements, light exercise and other natural remedies. The Narconon program is neither psychiatric nor medical, but rather a social-education model of rehabilitation.
Persons enrolling in the program must receive a complete physical by a qualified M.D. whose purpose is to evaluate and ensure the safety of the addict, and ensure they are medically qualified. Narconon clients are not considered or treated as “patients” but as “students” who are learning to regain control of their lives. This is an important distinction. A student at Narconon does not attempt to treat an “illness”; but instead the focus is on getting health back while learning about life and gaining new abilities and tools that can prevent life from going down the wrong path again.
Graduating students are provided with “re-entry” programs to follow as they start their new lives. While support through positive people is always encouraged, the full Narconon drug rehabilitation program is intended to bring about people who can stand on their own feet and live drug-free, ethical lives thereafter. A Narconon graduate has the tools needed to survive and is not required to go to weekly meetings for months after completion, nor does he describe himself as “recovering” endlessly.
A student who has graduated from the Narconon program has completed a specific result. He or she has regained their health, realized how their life went wrong, confronted and addressed these issues and learned new tools for living a happy life without drugs. Once this is done, if the student uses the tools he has learned, a Narconon graduate can stay well.
The premise of the Narconon model is that a former addict can achieve a brand new life. This is not just theoretical. This goal is routinely achieved every single day at Redwood Cliffs and there are tens of thousands of graduates who will swear by it.
If graduates do run into serious difficulties, they can return to Narconon Redwood Cliffs where they inevitably find a specific part of the program that they earlier failed to fully understand or could not apply in the travails of daily life.
The Narconon program routinely takes three to five months to complete. During this time, some might consider the Narconon program a “therapeutic community,” but it would be more appropriate to say that Narconon students are going “back to school”--this time to get real tools for leading a happy and successful life.
Created in 1971, Unison Behavioral Health is an independent public agency created by Georgia law to provide behavioral health and developmental disability services to persons in Coffee, Atkinson, Bacon, Pierce, Ware, Clinch, Charlton, and Brantley counties. Originally Satilla Community Services, in October 2012 the organization became Unison Behavioral Health to better reflect its role as a specialty provider of behavioral healthcare services.
Unison is one of twenty-six community service board organizations operating in Georgia. Unison's board of directors are appointed by county commissioners and each county within the service area has at least one representative. As allowed by Georgia law, up to three additional board members may be appointed to the board in the event a county provides Unison significant financial support and/or in-kind contributions.
Unison services are provided regardless of age, race, gender, religion, handicap, national origin, veteran status, or ability to pay. We employ over 300 staff all dedicated to creating health and wellness for our clients through provision of high quality mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services.
Project Ninety’s philosophy incorporates a tenet to provide premiere drug and alcohol recovery services to individuals in need in the communities it serves.
Project Ninety’s residential alcohol and drug treatment program is a clean and sober environment. Residents pass through four distinct phases before completing the program. The first month is devoted to self evaluation and awareness; the second month is spent planning the future; and the last month is devoted to putting that plan into action. It’s important to know that the design of the Primary Program is a common thread that is woven throughout all of Project Ninety’s programs.
P90’s philosophy of “one addict helping another” is manifested through its application of social model treatment; “a modality of treatment known as the recovery process characterized by life long commitment to lifestyle changes to enable an individual to develop a constructive, productive and meaningful sober way of life that fulfills their potential; generally accomplished in a community based program”. In addition Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous (AA/NA) have always been a vital adjunct to Project Ninety.
The program helps individuals learn how to handle the stress of everyday living without drinking or using drugs. A person learns about recovery through individual and group counseling with a strong emphasis on peer support. One is also introduced to functioning in social situations such as dances, sporting events, and excursions, to experience socializing without the use of alcohol and drugs.
One person’s recovery has exponential results. Examples include a man or woman taking their business back, assisting their spouse with the responsibilities of the family, creating a stable and supportive environment for their children who as a result begin to do better in school. This person becomes a role model for others who might follow their lead into recovery. The domestic violence calls to the home disappear. This person becomes involved in recovery and gives back to the community he or she once burdened.
Individuals are assisted with rebuilding their lives one day at a time through participating in Project Ninety’s treatment program. Utilizing the recovery tools learned during treatment residents develop sustainable plans to living life without the use of drugs and alcohol. The investment made in these men and women not only restores lives but also increases productivity in the community. The benefit of treatment includes individuals transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing, over-utilization of emergency medical services decreases and an individual’s capacity to re-enter the workforce is heightened.
Individuals that may have had a negative outlook about themselves and who may not have had the avenues to live up to their full potential become empowered and take with them a renewed sense of self.
Discover real hope, really close — in Chaska
Welcome to Hazelden's outpatient treatment center in Chaska, Minnesota where hope is real — and help is ready. Our expert team focuses on the physical, spiritual and mental aspects of addiction in order to treat the whole person. We specialize in evidence-based care for adults and youth as well as treatment for co-occurring mental health conditions. Serving the Chaska, Eden Prairie, and Chanhassen areas.