Addiction Recovery Services

At Steps to Recovery, we take pride in our ability to offer addiction help to each client by creating an individualized treatment plan. We evaluate all aspects of a person’s condition when developing a treatment plan in order to give our clients the best possible opportunity for long-term recovery. Our top-rated addiction treatment facilities offer a full continuum of care, including detox, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, outpatient, and aftercare services.

Each of our addiction treatment facilities help suffering addicts regain what they’ve lost through an individualized approach, cognitive behavioral therapy, and relapse prevention. Steps to Recovery’s treatment plans are built based on proven, evidence-based practices that increase the success rate of long-term recovery.

Interventions

A properly assessed and well-orchestrated drug, alcohol, or behavioral intervention has been a proven and effective way to begin the healing process.

Residential Rehab

Residential rehab, also called inpatient treatment, is a type of drug and alcohol program that is designed for people with serious substance abuse issues.

Intensive Outpatient Program

An IOP is an alternative means of receiving highly focused addiction treatment while still maintaining commitments to family, home, work or school.

Sober Living

Sober living homes are structured and supportive living environments for addicts and alcoholics in recovery.

Detox

Detox in a facility is supervised by medical professionals and aims to not only keep a person medically stable, but decrease their discomfort as much as possible.

Partial Hospitalization Program

A Partial Hospitalization Program is a program in which the addict or alcoholic still lives at home but commutes to a treatment center.

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient treatment programs are an alternative to residential treatment for those who aren’t able to leave work or family for an extended period of time.

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