Weaving a focus on wellness into addiction treatment gives our patients a better likelihood at reaching recovery – and staying there.
At Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall, we’re dedicated to strengthening each patient mentally and physically to support in the fight against addiction and increase the likelihood of long-term recovery. Our masters level clinicians and therapists team up to focus on the wellness of each patient as a whole..
This whole-person approach to physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being strengthens each patient, so patients can focus on their recovery with every part of them. Continual improvement in both health and wellness is essential for maintaining progress during addiction, says the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall’s clinical team provides comprehensive family therapy to improve communication.
Evidence-based research shows that when addiction treatment includes the whole family, the likelihood of success is significantly greater. That’s why Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall provides family services to help patients and their families health together. These services include family therapy, family support groups, and more.
Our treatment doesn’t leave when you leave our facility. Our regional alumni program helps sustain long-term recovery by providing an ongoing, support network.
What to expect
During an inpatient treatment stay, patients who are dependent on drugs or alcohol typically start with a medical detoxification process through which we work to detox the body from drugs and alcohol in a safe, comfortable manner. Ongoing residential or inpatient care then provides a structured environment centered around individual, group, and families as well as educational, art and music sessions, recovery/12-step activities, and community sessions. Patients also receive psychiatric, nutritional, spiritual and other services when needed. These sessions are administered by a highly qualified team including masters-level clinicians, therapists, social workers, case managers, medical professionals such as nurses, nurse practitioners and doctors.
Our complete continuum of care provides patients with the necessary structure to combat addiction and prevent relapse.
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