When you are ready to get treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction, you want to go to a facility that offers a diverse array of addiction treatment programs so your addiction can be treated comprehensively. There’s no one-size-fits-all addiction treatment program for those struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction.

Crestview Recovery offers different addiction treatment programs that can address issues in different ways. Statistics have shown that those who suffer from the disease of addiction need to be carefully transitioned through different levels of care in order to have the best chance of staying sober. That’s exactly what you’ll receive at Crestview Recovery.

It All Starts With the Detox Process

Going through the symptoms of withdrawal can be quite uncomfortable. Many people avoid entering treatment because they are afraid of the withdrawal process. However, often people do not realize that trying to detox on your own can be very dangerous.

For example, those who abuse alcohol are at high risk of having seizures if they’re not medically supervised when they stop drinking. When you enter Crestview Recovery, you’ll go through a full medical evaluation so that we can plan a safe detox program based on your individual symptoms and health needs.

Inpatient and Outpatient Addiction Programs

Many people who enter addiction treatment programs need to go into the inpatient program once detoxification is complete. While it may seem like a big commitment to enter into a facility for 30 days, it’s of the utmost importance. Those who suffer from the disease of addiction often aren’t safe from themselves, and inpatient treatment is crucial. While you’re in the inpatient level of care, you’ll be able to focus on your recovery without the stressors from the outside world. At Crestview Recovery, you’ll be going through this process in a safe and monitored environment with others who are also on the road to recovery.

Once you’ve completed the inpatient rehab program, you will be able to transition to the outpatient treatment program. Outpatient is where you continue to get the treatment that you need while integrating back into daily life. The support you need will be there through Crestview Recovery to help you navigate your newfound sobriety.

Continuing Care

When you graduate the program, you won’t be alone. Crestview Recovery understands that the first year of recovery can be very challenging. We have an alumni program to keep everyone connected once they discharge. The alumni program will help you continue to strengthen your sobriety by being a part of a group of people who have also completed the addiction treatment program.

Crestview Recovery also offers a family program to help foster the feeling of belonging and building the family environment conducive to continued recovery. Our family program is here to help you and your loved ones begin to mend and strengthen these relationships. It’s important for your loved ones to learn about the disease of addiction so they can provide you with additional support. Call us today to learn how Crestview Recovery can help you find the right recovery program for you.

Crestview Addiction Treatment Programs

Crestview offers a wide array of addiction treatment programs and options. The concept is to offer the ability to develop a custom program which allows each individual the best opportunity at developing a foundation for lasting recovery. By offering the full continuum of care, Crestview affords the ability to offer a one stop solution for all your recovery needs.

  • Extended Care Treatment This phase in the recovery process ranges from 30 to 90+ days and allows individuals to further develop the necessary coping and therapy foundations needed at building a new life clean and sober.
  • Outpatient Treatment Outpatient treatment often helps ease the transition back to the real world. Returning to daily life is challenging and dangerous of newly sober individuals. This program allows for support at a gradually reducing rate.
  • Monitoring and Support Continued testing and weekly case manager calls are recommended for the first 6 plus months of sobriety. Slips can happen, its important to keep your loved one accountable and this level of support helps accomplish that.
  • Alumni and Family Program The family and Alumni program helps to create a sense of belonging and create an environment at home that is conducive to lasting sobriety. We take great pride in both these programs and encourage you to participate.