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We’re helping people all
across the country.
And we'll treat you that way.
Long-term success depends on a treatment plan that addresses every aspect of how you got here. From early childhood trauma to genetic predispositions, we'll put together an integrated approach to healing that's tailored specifically for you.
Good mental health is key to
Mental wellness plays an important role in beating addiction. You may have an untreated mental health issue that's contributing to your desire to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. As part of your treatment plan, you'll go through extensive therapy to uncover any underlying issues.
Treatment options that
work for you.
Depending on which of our facilities you choose, we offer a variety of ways to help both adults and adolescents tackle addiction and maintain a healthier lifestyle.
How overdose deaths changed in every state during the coronavirus
The coronavirus has caused increased stress and isolation for many people. Some have turned to substance abuse or increased the quantity and frequency of drug use during the coronavirus restrictions. Others turned to new drugs if their preferred drug became more difficult to access.
Prevalence of binge drinking by state
While having an occasional drink may seem harmless, there are undoubtedly consequences for drinking heavily. According to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), excessive alcohol consumption over time can lead to chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure.
Over 1 million Americans are seeking treatment for substance use disorder
In 2020, more than 41 million Americans were classified as needing treatment for substance use, including 28 million with alcohol use disorder, 18 million with an illicit drug use disorder, and 6.5 million with both, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
10 most common barriers to seeking treatment for substance use disorder
Roughly 40.3 million people in the U.S. had a substance use disorder, or SUD, in 2020. Yet, only 1.4% of those people received any treatment in the past year, and 1% received treatment at a specialty facility. The path to seeking treatment is riddled with obstacles which can make recovery difficult to access, and in some cases nearly impossible.
Most commonly misused prescription drugs in the US
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, or SAMHSA, reported that among the people who misused prescription pain relievers in 2020, nearly 65% stated that their primary reason for doing so was to relieve physical pain. The percentage of people reporting drug misuse as a reason to get high was 11.3%.