An in-depth look at Our Mission Statement
Since the beginning our goal has been to get patients to properly complete our treatment program and maintain a sober life. To do so we try and equip our participants with the knowledge and skills to continue sobriety long after their departure from the program. During this education process, we show each individual the differences that exist within themselves, and tailor treatment programs to deliver the biggest benefit. Not only do we aim to diminish drug use, but we also help those with mental disorders. Frequently mental disorders are coupled with drug use, further worsening both conditions. We empower participants to analyze prior behaviors, thought processes, and miss-steps, then use those conclusions to set realistic future goals, to help prevent relapse. Understanding one’s individuality, potential, and strengths, is our best practice to having participants live their life the best way possible.
Medically trained professional examine the condition, perform the necessary tests. Inspect the mental and physical conditions of the participant. As the participant progresses with the program assessments will be continually made to ensure the first assessment was correct, and no issues were missed.
Whether it be a singular or multiple conditions, we can understand what the participant is feeling and experiencing. We are excellent at diagnosis due to our many years of practice, and constant research, thus, making us the most suitable facility to aid those in need. As well as assessment, diagnosis will continue to be made as the participant progresses through the program.
Methods of Treatment
Therapeutic treatment methods are utilized to help recondition behavior, understand past behaviors, and acknowledge and take responsibility for future actions. These methods are used to recondition thought processes, teach participants where they make logistical errors, and where compulsions and behaviors are distorting their reality.
Experiential treatment methods hold participants attention on something outside of themselves, while still allowing them to reflect on and resolve subconscious issues. We find these methods especially useful when resolving deep-seated issues, that participant may not even know they had.