Looking for help for yourself?

First of all, congratulations! The fact that you have recognized that you need help with your drug or alcohol addiction is a big step on its own. Addiction is not something a person can easily recover from alone. By reaching out to us, you’ve already increased your chances of successfully getting clean and moving forward with your life.

Your Concierge Recovery Team

The rest of your journey towards being sober certainly won’t be easy, but it will be worth it. With the help of our counselors and treatment team, you’ll be able to live the life you want to live – one where you are free from the debilitating effects of your addiction.

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.

Professional Withdrawal Support

Withdrawal is often the most difficult step of overcoming addiction. Once your body has developed a dependency on a substance, it needs that drug just to feel normal. That means when you stop taking it or even take less of it; your system goes into withdrawal. Withdrawal often feels like the worst flu you’ve ever experienced, and it can last days as your body works to get the toxins from the drug out of your system for good. When people try to get clean alone, they are often unsuccessful – the withdrawal is just too painful. Instead, they return to their substance abuse in order to feel okay again.

That’s why you need people on your team. If you’ve tried to get yourself clean before and found yourself struggling to get past that point, our staff can help. It will still be painful, of course, but we’ll make sure that you make it through to the other end and come out ready to work on the long-term challenge of staying sober.

Once your body has gotten all the drugs out of your system for the last time, we’ll help you understand your psychological triggers, develop new coping mechanisms, and start living the life you want to live. You’re not alone anymore – we’re here to help.