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Substance Abuse & Addiction Program Overview

This could be your first time considering drug or alcohol treatment, for you or a beloved family member. Maybe chemical codependency is an ongoing problem, as addiction is referred to as a recurring disease. Like other health conditions, without effective treatment and an ongoing recovery program, overcoming addiction and managing sobriety can be an exercise in futility. For these reasons, and many more, Continuum Recovery Center specializes in designing substance abuse recovery programs that meet the specific needs of each client.

Why Tailored Substance Abuse Programs Conquer the Challenges

Tackling the history of drug and alcohol use in each client is essential to uncovering how and why addiction happened. And because every person’s story is different, their route to recovery should be just as distinct, yet precise for them.

Individualized programs are developed through initial assessments upon first entering our Center, and will continue throughout treatment. This ensures that as a client makes progress, their program ebbs and flows with it.

We offer long term treatment programs. Research and rates of recovery show that the more time spent focused on getting past addiction and learning positive life skills, the more likely a person can adapt to living life drug-free — and enjoying it.

Detox Driven by Science and the Bridge Device

 
One of the more difficult aspects of addiction treatment is the initial phase known as detox. As the body and the brain react to the absence of a patient’s former drug of choice, uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms appear.

Although detoxification typically only lasts from two to seven days, enduring it to completion is challenging. Many who want to get sober opt to go back to drug or alcohol use just to stop the pain. We have found that this is often the case in people who are addicted to heroin and opioid prescriptions.

A new technology called the Bridge Device provides patients the much needed physical and emotional relief during detox. This FDA-approved medical device is specific to helping individuals detox from opioids in a noninvasive, safe manner by vastly reducing or eliminating the side effects associated with withdrawal. This increases the likelihood that patients in detox for these types of drugs will get through it and move on to other aspects of treatment.

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When Multi-Dimensional Therapies Open the Door

Personal worlds shift. We witness this every day at Continuum Recovery Center. Industry-revered, licensed, medical and mental health professionals work tirelessly, dedicating time, energy and compassion to see you through.

Through individual and group sessions, behavioral and adjunctive therapies, as well as holistic practices, every client receives a layered approach to their substance abuse recovery program.

During treatment, in the event that we recognize that a dual diagnosis exists, our staff is proficient in creating the best comprehensive approach to ease the signs and symptoms of anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders.

Rebuilding the Family Dynamic, Together

Parents, siblings, children and extended family members are also affected by a loved one’s dependency on drugs and alcohol. In an effort to live with the imbalance, unhealthy behaviors develop in the family which adversely affect emotions, financial obligations, and relationships.

Different family members may succumb to an individual role, which the addicted person relies upon and manipulates to an advantage. Enabling behaviors develop and become the new norm as a way to cope in the situation. However, enabling also assists in prolonging the addiction and reducing the need to seek help.

Our substance abuse recovery programs include family therapy. Close family members of the clients can learn how to modify their behavior to better support their loved one throughout recovery, long after treatment has been completed.
 

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