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Nurturing support for drug & alcohol addiction, mental health disorders and dual diagnosis.

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Addiction Treatment

Every addiction story is unique. We believe your treatment should be, too. Our customized, evidence-based programs help you gain lifelong freedom from drug and alcohol addiction by looking at the whole you.

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Mental Health Services

Our expert team understands that every person experiences mental health disorders differently, which is why we offer personalized treatment based on your unique needs. Services include flexible teletherapy, dedicated outpatient treatment, and treatment for co-occurring substance use disorders.

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We Accept These Insurers And Many More

Blue Cross Blue Shield
Kaiser Permanente
Nationwide Insurance

Our intake coordinators can help you understand your benefits, and guide you toward the resources you need to to start your recovery.

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Learn About Drug & Alcohol Addiction

Inpatient therapy

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Inpatient rehabilitation provides around-the-clock clinical and psychological support, allowing a person suffering from addiction to focus on recovery by removing the distractions of day-to-day life.

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Substance abuse counseling

Substance Abuse Counseling

For those who struggle with drug addiction, detoxing is only the beginning of the recovery process. Clients must also learn to cope with stress, manage symptoms of co-occurring disorders, and develop healthy relationships. Substance abuse counseling can help with this phase of drug addiction recovery.

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A long-term view is an important part of aftercare. This includes undoing bad lifestyle habits that may have formed during addiction and introducing healthy ones, including exercise, meditation and healthy eating.

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Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis, also called a co-current disorder, refers to the presence of a separate, underlying mental health disorder alongside substance addiction, requiring comprehensive and holistic treatment of both the addiction and disorder.

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Group Support is closer than you think

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a self-supported international group that helps its members stop drinking alcohol. Membership is open to everyone regardless of age, race, education, profession and political views. AA offers support to its members through regular meetings, sponsorship, ritual and meditation.

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Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a self-supported international group that helps its members cope with substance abuse recovery. A hallmark of the program is the opportunity to confidentially discuss the challenges of sobriety in an informal environment.

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