The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab has helped thousands find a path to lifelong healing and growth. Learn how our substance abuse treatment programs may benefit your recovery.

Each year, drug rehab facilities provide millions of people the opportunity to lead healthier lives through addiction treatment. Deciding to go to rehab is rarely easy, but it’s a significant turning point in beginning the process of long-term recovery. After accepting the need for treatment, the next step is to commit to the decision by choosing a rehab facility.

The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab has numerous locations throughout the country, as well as partnerships with many health care providers, clinicians and hospitals. Whether you’re struggling with an addiction yourself or seeking help for a loved one, our programs can help people of all backgrounds begin a path of lifelong growth and healing.

Licensed and Accredited Facilities

Licensing and accreditation each demonstrate a facility’s commitment to client care. While licensing is generally a requirement for facilities, accreditation ensures a facility provides a higher quality of care. Accredited rehab centers have gone above and beyond the standards set by accrediting agencies, which reflects quality service, trustworthiness and accountability.

All of our locations hold state licensure, as well as accreditation by The Joint Commission and The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers. We consistently meet and exceed the local and national standards for behavioral health care.

Full Continuum of Care

We offer a full suite of drug and alcohol treatment programs, ranging from medical detox to outpatient services and beyond. When clients first arrive, they meet with addiction specialists who create a personalized treatment plan to fit each individual’s unique needs. Treatment typically begins with detox and an inpatient stay, then gradually transitions to less intensive levels of care. After treatment is complete, clients can take advantage of aftercare services and resources that promote lifelong recovery.

Our continuum of care services include:

Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment Programs

We believe that effective treatment involves treating the person as a whole — not just their addiction. To do so, our professional staff of medical experts, therapists and counselors provide evidence-based treatment that helps improve mental health and overall wellbeing.

Our addiction specialists prepare individualized treatment plans for substance abuse that address each client’s unique needs using a combination of medical care, therapy and holistic strategies. The Weekly Recovery Compass program is one such strategy. In this program, the client’s team monitors symptoms like substance cravings, anxiety levels, depression and sleep quality to find potential obstacles to recovery and adjust or manage treatment accordingly. 

In general, clients attend group and individual therapy sessions led by therapists and based on decades of mental health research. Our facilities use the following forms of treatment to help clients develop new strategies and coping techniques that aid lifelong recovery:

Caring Staff

Our clients spend the treatment process — from intake to aftercare — surrounded by staff members who display an unmatched commitment to helping others find recovery. Our addiction professionals work with clients every step of the way, guiding them throughout the recovery journey and helping them in their most trying times. We understand that recovery is not an easy process, so we form well-trained, multidisciplinary teams equipped to help those facing even the most overwhelming struggles.

Peaceful Environments

Our facilities are designed to give clients a safe, relaxing place to focus solely on substance abuse recovery. While indoors, clients can enjoy a bright, open environment filled with recreational activities, computer labs, exercise rooms, lounges and many other amenities. Therapy and counseling sessions take place in comfortable locales throughout the center. Our open-air campuses are often surrounded by relaxing scenery: a beautiful lake, mountain views or an expertly-crafted landscape. At many of our centers, clients can stroll through the grounds, enjoy yoga in the fresh air or take a dip in the pool. 

These environments, filled with activities and calming things to do, can help clients achieve a sense of peace and growth throughout their stay. Many even discover fulfilling hobbies and develop new skills while in treatment.

Family Programs and Support

The family’s role in the recovery process is an important one, but it isn’t always easy for loved ones to be ready with open arms. We offer family therapy to help improve communication and resolve issues between clients and their families. We also provide programs and other resources to families themselves, educating them about the nature of addiction and how to support an addicted loved one effectively. While the client is in rehab, the family can begin learning strategies to help their loved one continue long-term recovery after treatment.  

If you or a loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder or co-occurring mental health condition, The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab can help. Contact us today to learn more about treatment programs that can work well for your situation.

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The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers.