We Believe in Identifying the “WHY”
From initial assessment to subsequent therapy sessions and more, treatment success is hinged upon personal discovery. Identifying the underlying issue of “why” a person began using or drinking is the first step to treatment. From there, we recommend specific traditional and holistic therapies that will generate physical, emotional and spiritual healing. By accepting the guidance, learning healthy coping skills, and resolving the underlying issue, the need for drug or alcohol dependency is removed.
The Difference in Our Core Addiction Treatment Services
Drug and alcohol dependency affect people differently—treatment and recovery treatment programs should be designed, enabled and supported with the individual’s differences in mind. To accommodate each client effectively, Continuum Recovery Center offers an intensive outpatient program (IOP),
primary and extended programs, as well as medication-assisted treatment (MAT). These offerings help make the migration from chemical dependence to sober living an easier pathway. Once you or your loved is ready to graduate and move on to reestablishing a healthy lifestyle beyond our doors, know that our Aftercare program is here to help support your long-term recovery.
Valuable Addiction Recovery Skills
A crucial aspect of treatment success is in learning the skills, having the tools and resources to keep negative and damaging behaviors in the past and forging beneficial ways of living to the present. This helps facilitate a better future in every client.
Some of what the Continuum Recovery Center client experience includes is listed below and learned in our drug and alcohol addiction treatment services programs, geared to promote and support sustained recovery.
We Know You Can Do This – We Will Help
- Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction
- Progression of the Disease of Addiction
- Managing Post-Acute Withdrawal Symptoms (PAWS)
- Identifying Triggers and Learning Healthy Ways to Deal with Them
- How to Manage Urges and Cravings
- Finding Healthy Ways to Reduce Stress
- Improving Decision-Making Abilities
- Relapse Prevention Skills
- Creating Healthy Relationships
- Practicing Effective Communication
- Family Education
- Stages of Change