Addiction, also known as Substance Use Disorder (SUD), is a serious chronic health condition where use of a substance is uncontrolled to the point where it creates social problems or results in risky use behaviors. The good news is: addiction is treatable. That’s why, at Centerstone, we’re committed to using evidence-based practice in our treatment programs. What does that mean? It means that the care plan we develop with you will be based on science and research provided by our Research Institute.
You can develop an addiction to any drug including alcohol, legal/partially legal drugs such as tobacco and marijuana, prescription drugs such as opioids, and illegal drugs such as heroin and methamphetamine. Understanding the symptoms of a Substance Use Disorder may help determine if it’s time to seek treatment.
With substance use treatment options for both adults and children you can be confident in trusting us with your care.
Treatment for addiction is not one size fits all which is why we work alongside our patients to understand their situation and identify a treatment plan that fits their unique needs. Addiction services can take place in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient and residential.
This can include regular substance abuse counseling sessions, meeting with peer support specialists who can use their personal experience to help you achieve recovery, or talking with someone who provides case management or wrap around services.
IOP services are for adults who require more intense addiction recovery care than standard outpatient intervention services provide, but who may not need residential treatment or hospitalization. IOP can help treat addiction to drugs or alcohol and typically includes more intense individual and group work (generally 10-15 hours of treatment per week) while still allowing for time at home or work.
We offer a variety of different support groups where you can meet and talk with peers who may be experiencing similar challenges. These groups can help you find healthier methods for coping with stressful situations, learn ways to set limits and promote self-esteem, and prevent relapses by identifying triggers and improving coping skills. We also offer AA and NA support groups.
Medication-assisted treatment is a combination of medication and behavioral health services used to treat addiction to drugs or alcohol. FDA-approved medications are used in conjunction with therapy to calm overly-active areas of the brain, reduce cravings and increase your chances of long term recovery.
Detox services are available for teens and adults that are struggling with addiction and require medical supervision to safely detoxify. While participating in services, you will receive a medical exam and lab work, as well as the opportunity to participate in leisure activities and any other needed treatments.
Sometimes called inpatient drug rehab, our residential treatment programs are a great option for adults who need a higher level of addiction treatment without the need for 24/7 monitored care. We offer these programs for treatment of addiction to drugs and alcohol and have a variety of room and board options, as well as the ability to serve pregnant women and individuals with co-occurring disorders. With residential treatment, we always build in time for meals, socialization, education, and leisure, in addition to therapy and other treatments.