Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment at PaRC Can Help
We have over 30 years of experience treating patients just like you. You and your family have already seen what addiction can cause. The good news is that addiction is treatable. With the help of the experts at PaRC, you can manage your addiction. PaRC's programs are award-winning. They are based on treatment methods that are proven to increase sobriety rates over the long haul.
It is normal to have strong feelings about entering a drug rehab or alcohol treatment center like PaRC. But getting expert help is the best way to stop your addiction and rebuild your life. We are going to show you how.
Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment at PaRC include:
Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment for Teens (13-17)
Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment for Young Adults (18-24)
Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment for Adults (25+)
Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment for Professionals & Executives
Drug Rehab Aftercare
CMR Recovery Residence in Northport, New York, is an alcohol and substance abuse recovery program that was founded by the early members of the original 12-step program under the guidance of Bill W.
CMR is a philanthropic organization that offers a low monthly rate of only $6,000 (private pay). Our recovery services are customized to each individual's needs. Comfortable private and semi-private rooms are available. Ask about longer stays.
Barth & Associates is a family owned and operated provider of substance abuse services. Jim and Samantha Barth are committed to offering the most complete and comprehensive treatment in Central Washington.
Barth Clinic was established in 1991 and has been a leader in treatment with state of the art Programs, highly skilled Staff and a deep sense of appreciation for the opportunity to be of service.
Barth Clinic believes that Alcoholism, Drug Addiction and Mental Illnesses are treatable diseases. Recovery is possible! Addiction recovery begins with abstinence from all mood and mind altering substances, including Alcohol. We believe there is help and there is hope for the individual and family affected by Alcoholism and Drug addiction.
Call Today! 877-457-5657 If you or a loved one is suffering from the disease of addiction we are here to help!
A Step in the Right Direction Intensive Outpatient Center is the key to open the door to freedom from addiction. Our evidenced based program is designed to provide comprehensive treatment for men and women who suffer from addiction, co-occurring disorders, dual-diagnosis, and mental health concerns. We are committed to setting and maintaining the standard for the highest quality care, for effective and sustained recovery and healing in our Premier Intensive Outpatient Program. We place high priority...
Founded in 1970, Rubicon Inc is Virginia’s oldest and most comprehensive chemical dependency treatment program. We offer a full continuum of services ranging from detoxification to aftercare. These modalities are designed to address individual needs of program participants and vary in treatment curriculum, level of intensity, length of stay and focus on community re-entry programming.
We are a private, nonprofit corporation with a Board of Directors as our governing authority. Originally started as a component of Richmond Community Action Program (RCAP), Rubicon has provided treatment for thousands of persons who have made the decision to free themselves of substance abuse. We also contract with various Community Service Boards across the State of Virginia, the Virginia Department of Corrections, other private and non-profit entities as well as persons who self pay for their treatment.
It is our treatment philosophy that chemical dependency is a disease and by providing direct and supportive services to the “whole person”, each individual can maintain an abstinence lifestyle.
A long-term men's THOR parole / probation approved, GARR certified residential facility and therapeutic community. Our residents work together and with our staff of Certified Addiction Counselors to make meaningful, positive life changes to help free them from the bondage of addiction.
Damascus has created a cost effective way to provide continued care for clients who successfully complete detoxification where they can immediately begin the process of regaining their dignity and self-worth in a safe residential community. Family interaction in the process is welcomed and utilized to create the best outcome possible. Although it is not required, family members are encouraged to get involved in the process to promote healing and gain awareness and understanding about the disease of addiction so as to better equip each resident with a positive support system upon graduating from the program. Finally, Damascus believes that a positive leisure lifestyle promotes healthy living by reducing stress and promoting a balanced approach to living without the use of chemicals. We include group outings and recreational opportunities for the residents (for example, Georgia Southern University football, basketball and baseball games, local high school football games, Savannah Sand Gnats or Atlanta Braves baseball games, movies, travel, camping outings, concerts, etc.) to promote positive leisure behavior without the use of chemicals.
Our high-end not-for-profit Southern California men’s residential treatment center provides upscale accommodations in a serene residential environment. Physical comfort is essential during the demanding work that recovery from drugs and alcohol requires.
Haskell House men’s residential treatment center is a full spectrum facility. Part of each client’s primary treatment plan is carried out in the quiet and intimate Haskell House setting.
Additional therapy modalities take place at our nearby primary care therapy center.
Drug and alcohol addiction rehab in a men’s residential treatment program assures each client of having peers with shared experiences. Men often turn to drugs and alcohol for different reasons than women do, and Haskell House’s treatment philosophy reflects these differences. Living and treatment areas at Haskell House are modern and relaxing. Beautiful semi-private rooms and a fully equipped kitchen with marble counter tops add to our clients’ comfort.
Clients in substance abuse rehab at Haskell House men’s residential treatment center live a structured and busy lifestyle. Professional addiction specialists provide 24 hour monitoring and support. Therapy is customized to each client, and includes individual and group treatment modalities, 12-step work, relapse planning, aftercare.
Smith House is a non-medical adolescent facility that focuses on aiding young men in overcoming substance abuse and negative behavior patterns. The focus is on building key traits to assist the young men in being more socially responsible individuals, from a performance based perspective. Increased honesty, loyalty, trust, concern, and responsibility are sought for the 16 - 21 year old residents at Smith House. Residents are referred primarily through various levels of the justice system. Smith House is small enough to provide quality, individualized care for each of the 24 young men, who are there for an average of 90 days. Resident's families are encouraged to be actively involved in their child's treatment as we look to build pro-school support systems through individual and group therapy, and the local 12 step community. Our overall focus is on long-term sobriety and positive lifestyle changes.
We believe that each client is a unique and individual person, and deserves to be treated in light of these specific and unique needs. No two clients at The Highlands are alike, and therefore no two care plans at The Highlands are identical.
Each of our specialists at The Highlands brings different training, skills, and experience, including particular sub-specialties. This wealth of expertise is available to each client, and closely monitored and guided by a personal primary team.
Currently we have 40+ residents who are in various stages of recovery. Men come into The House with 3-5 days of being clean and/or sober. We’re often asked what the average stay for a resident is, and that is difficult to say. In staff meeting recently, we covered this topic. We want residents who are “pressing on toward the mark” of achieving sobriety and clean living. What does that mean? As best we could articulate it, if a man is not “working the program,” he should not be living here and will be asked to move on. On the other hand, when a man becomes a shining example of recovery, is looked up to by other members of the house, has a solid program of recovery, we also ask him to move on! Why? Well, we are a “recovery house” not a “recovered house.” We are a “half-way house” not an “all-the-way house.”
We want recovered men back out in the community living successful “full-way” lives, and we want them to be an integral part of the community. Everywhere we turn the entire Louisville community (indeed the entire state and nation) encounters recovered men. They are bankers and bricklayers, laborers and lawyers, doctors and dock workers. In short they are average, productive citizens.
The Beacon House looks forward to receiving new residents and returning recovering men to society. It’s a beautiful thing!
Pathway to Serenity Inc. is a transitional living facility committed to enhancing the lives of men in the Greater Houston area struggling with the disease of substance addiction by providing them with a structured living environment, in which they will receive education and training to improve both social and vocational skills as well as to rebuild self-respect thus leading to a more healthy and fulfilling lifestyle and establish stronger foundation. Our staff will provide a stronger foundation for those men through teaching life skills, and provide supervision and direction in a positive non-institutional living environment.
Located just minutes from the beautiful island of Palm Beach, Hanley Center at Origins is a pioneer in age and gender-specific treatment for Older Adults and Baby Boomers. Patients are empowered to explore aspects of their generation's culture and factors of aging that may have contributed to their substance use and require highly focused clinical attention. Strong peer interaction is an important part of treatment and recovery.
Hanley Center at Origins treatment programs unite effective addiction medicine and evidence-based clinical strategies with an immersion in the 12-Step experience. The pioneers behind Older Adult and Baby Boomer addiction treatment, Hanley Center’s programs are designed to provide patients and families with treatment solutions that include intervention and detoxification, 30- to 90-day in-patient treatment, intensive family support, and transitional programs. For a confidential consultation, call (844) 505-HOPE today. To learn more about Hanley Center at Origins, click here.
Residential programs are 24 hour per day, seven day per week social model environments that require a minimum of 40 hours per week of counseling and/or structured therapeutic activities such as consciousness raising, twelve steps, stress management, poly-drug education, relapse prevention and planning groups. Treatment includes assessment, development and monitoring of individualized treatment and discharge plans, AIDS and STD education, required attendance to AA and NA groups, vocational counseling, job search, and employment referrals. To ensure continued care, AODS requires formal service linkages among the various treatment modalities and its providers.
Methadone - AODS contracts with the Bay Area Addiction Research and Treatment, Inc. (BAART) to provide methadone maintenance and detox services for heroin addicts in Contra Costa County. Therapeutic medically supervised daily doses of methadone are administered to clients addicted to heroin in conjunction with counseling to ensure optimal client health.
New Hope was established in 1993 to provide residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment and prevention/intervention services to the South Miami-Dade community. The Founder, Manuel A. Alvarez (Manny), dedicated his life to helping others following a spiritual experience with his lord and savior Jesus Christ. This spiritual experience occurred after many years in active addiction. Manny, at the age of 39, pursued his career in the field of addiction receiving a Masters Degree from Barry University. Manny was the original Program Director of a local treatment program, Agapes Women’s Center, who developed program’s entire treatment concept (1987). Having many years of experience and recognizing the gap in services and the need for treatment opportunities for men in the South Dade community, Manny branched off to create New Hope (1993). New Hope been providing residential services to indigent males since 1996.
New Hope currently provides comprehensive, culturally and ethnically sensitive programs for diverse special needs populations, including adults who are chronically homeless needing residential substance abuse treatment services and mental health services. New Hope believes that regeneration and rehabilitation is achieved when a change in attitude and behavior is accomplished, thus empowering the clients to become constructive and productive members of society through the following programs:
Male Residential Treatment Program (Since 1996)
Male/Female Outpatient Program (Since 1993)