Our Vision is that everyone in need of treatment for chemical dependency receives the compassion and respect that they deserve while being offered the best clinical care available.
Reach out to our team today at 888.707.2873.
At Coalition Recovery, we believe in the importance of addiction education. Whether you are struggling with addiction yourself or are supporting a loved one on their journey to recovery, the more you know about substance abuse, the better.
We invite you to learn more about some of the most commonly abused substances as well as mental health issues that can exacerbate addiction.
To learn more about Coalition Recovery’s treatment programs, reach out to our team today at 888.707.2873. Our team of addiction specialists, therapists, and counselors is ready to help you or your loved one take back your life from substance abuse.
Many people have incorrect ideas or assumptions about addiction. Stigmas and stereotypes can make it more difficult for those who are struggling to get help. If someone who is working to overcome a substance abuse issue believes that their friends and family will judge them for having a problem, they might not be willing to admit that they are struggling or to take the time to go to treatment.
At Coalition Recovery, we acknowledge that addiction is a disease. Substance use disorders are chronic conditions, and it takes professional treatment for the vast majority of individuals who are struggling with this disease to get better. No one receives a prescription for painkillers and expects that they will develop an addiction to opioids, much like no one expects that casual drinks will turn into alcoholism. We believe that everyone who is struggling deserves a chance at lasting recovery. Through compassionate care, evidence-based therapies, and a commitment to addiction education, we can help you break free.
We offer a wide range of treatment options for individuals struggling with substance abuse. These include specialized programs for alcohol, prescription drugs, opioids, benzos, stimulants, and meth. In addition, we provide treatment options that are tailored to the experiences of certain individuals, including:
Our approach to treatment includes both evidence-based therapies and medical care. For many individuals, medication-assisted treatment is invaluable in helping them during the challenging early days of recovery. Medications like Suboxone can curb cravings and relieve painful or uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms which can lead to relapse. Many individuals use medications long-term to help them maintain sobriety.
Evidence-based therapies include cognitive-behavioral therapy, accelerated resolution therapy, amino acid therapy, and more. These help individuals in recovery work through the underlying causes of addiction and develop healthy coping skills. At Coalition Recovery, we use these therapies as part of a comprehensive treatment program that might also incorporate yoga, 12 step meetings, recreation and outings, and nutrition education. We believe that recovery from addiction has to involve the whole person. By helping our clients heal in both body and mind, we promote lasting sobriety.
Learn about the history behind the opioid epidemic, the dangers of alcoholism, and the rise of stimulant abuse at Coalition Recovery. Armed with the right information, you can make the decision to enter a treatment program that could change your life. Whether you are struggling with an addiction to alcohol, opioids, prescription drugs, or another substance, our compassionate treatment team can help. With both telehealth and in-person options, you can find a treatment program that fits your needs. Calling Coalition Recovery today is a courageous first step towards a bright new future.
Find out what sets Coalition Recovery apart. Contact us today by calling 888.707.2873 or reaching out online and discover life without substance abuse.