I am Seeking Treatment for
Whether you struggle with addiction to alcohol, prescription drugs, or an illegal drug, our professional team knows how to help. We offer individual counseling, group counseling, and pharmacological treatments to help you move through the pain of withdrawal and into a sober lifestyle.
A Loved One
Loving an addict is hard -especially when drug and alcohol abuse can cause them to pull away from their family and become a seemingly different person. It can also have negative long-term effects on their health and even lead to an early death. There are many dangers in drug use, so the sooner a person enrolls in treatment, the better.
When someone you know in a professional capacity is addicted to drugs or alcohol, It puts you in a challenging position. If you’re a therapist or a doctor or other service provider, you don’t have the emotional connection to your client that a loved one would – one that could encourage them to seek treatment.
Am I an Alcoholic?
Drinking a lot does not necessarily mean you are an alcoholic — but you may be. The term “alcoholic” is highly stigmatized, and generally used to refer to people with severe alcohol dependence or addiction. Use of this term has been embraced by the AA movement, and those promoting the disease model of addiction. More recently, terms such as “heavy drinker” and “binge drinker” have become more common.
Am I an Addict?
Many people may experience the symptoms of drug addiction for years without even noticing the consequences or problems associated with addiction. Eventually though they will ask the Million Dollar Question: “Am I a drug addict?” While it’s true that there are people that can act out addictive behaviors without having problems many, many more will suffer from frequent problems.
We’ve Earned JCAHO Accreditation!
Canyon View Treatment Centers has received The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval and accreditation.
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations is a non-profit organization established in 1951 to evaluate hospitals and other health care organizations. It is governed by representatives from the American College of Physicians, the American College of Surgeons, the American Dental Association, the American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association, an at-large nursing representative, six public members, and the Joint Commission President.
What this means for our clients is that we have a recognized system of high quality of patient care provided by clinical practice guidelines.
The JCAHO accreditation and seal means that our clients receive clinical excellence as measured by an objective third-party review of practices and on-site evaluation.
More information on our accreditation can be found here: www.jointcommission.org