Services We Offer
We offer clinically supervised detoxification. We offer careful and slow taper from Benzodiazepines for individuals with Benzodiazepines dependency. Slow tapering is safe and better tolerated than more abrupt techniques. Abrupt reductions from high doses of Benzodiazepines can result in seizures, psychotic reactions and extreme agitations.
We support maintenance or slow taper off from Suboxone (Buprenorphine) based on each client's history of opioid dependency. Read more about Buprenorphine recommendation on SAMHSA website.
We offer medication management, stabilization and close psycho-social monitoring during the initial period of withdrawing from alcohol or other addictive substances.
We offer residential and outpatient levels of care.
We specialize in helping pregnant women to stop using harmful substances and maintain safe pregnancy. Our physician follows latest guidelines from the American Society of Addictive Medicine (ASAM) who supports that pregnant women should be offered Buprenorphine as one of the maintenance options. Medically supervised withdrawal from opioids in opioid-dependent women is not recommended during pregnancy because the withdrawal is associated with high relapse rates. Abrupt discontinuation of opioids in an opioid-dependent pregnant woman can result in preterm labor, fetal distress, or fetal demise. Read more on pregnancy and safe Buprenorphine maintenance at asam.org
We offer the following services -
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). Using medication to treat substance use disorders is often referred to as Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). In this model, medication is used in combination with individual and group counseling and behavioral therapies. Medications can reduce the cravings and other symptoms associated with withdrawal from a substance by occupying receptors in the brain associated with using that drug (agonists or partial agonists); block the rewarding sensation that comes with using a substance (antagonists); or induce negative feelings when a substance is taken. MAT has been primarily used for the treatment of opioid use disorder, but is also used for alcohol use disorder and other substance use disorders.
Our addiction specialist is one of the best in the area and uses only safe and FDA-approved medications for the treatment of various substance use disorders. American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) stressed the importance of using Buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid dependence. The Buprenorphine has been shown to be a safe and effective treatment, when prescribed for opioid withdrawals or maintenance. Read more on Buprenorphine at
We apply a variety of methods that are proven effective, and we’ve helped hundreds of individuals recover successfully from addiction with these methods-
• Acupuncture (with insurance coverage)
• Aftercare Planning
• Alumni Support Groups
• Aqua Activities (seasonal)
• Art Therapy
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
• Couples & Family Therapy
• Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
• Group Psychotherapy
• Massage (with insurance coverage)
• Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)
• Nutritional Assessment
• One on One Psychotherapy
• Pain Management (with insurance coverage)
• Physical Fitness
• Stages of Change
• Twelve Step Participation Encouraged
• Medication management and psychiatric evaluation
12 steps meetings and or other free self-help support meetings
12-step facilitation therapy seeks to guide and support engagement in 12-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. We support and accommodate with 12-steps support groups and meetings outside the treatment center. We support Smart Recovery, Rational Recovery and other types of self-help support groups that are preferred by our clients.
Call us today for information at (844) 867-7326.