If you or a loved one needs assistance with overcoming an addiction, help is available. You might wonder what a treatment facility is like, and this may worry you. Will you have the support and guidance you need? At the right addiction treatment program, you’ll find long-term recovery within your reach.
When to Get Help
People who are struggling to overcome addictions have trouble recognizing how serious the problem is. It often takes someone close to them to bring the issue to light. The sooner a person gets treatment, the better. The longer they continue to use, the more risks and consequences they expose themselves to. Some negative effects of addiction include:
- Impaired judgment
- Impulsive behaviors
- Poor appetite, leading to weight loss
- Sleep disorders
- Organ damage, including the heart, liver, and brain
This doesn’t touch on other effects, such as broken relationships, legal and employment trouble.
Whether you’ve made the courageous decision to seek substance abuse treatment or you’re looking for the right facility for someone you love, you’ve come to the right place.
What to Expect from a Center for Addiction Treatment
Every recovery facility has unique benefits and approaches. Some centers prefer a tough-love approach, while others provide a resort-type atmosphere that offers full discretion. You might look for a location that deals with the specific substance you’re trying to stop using.
Consider your needs when looking for the best center for you or a loved one. Are you prepared to take part in family therapy and address co-dependency issues? Location can also make a difference. If the facility you choose requires a lot of family involvement, it’s easier when loved ones are nearby and willing to take part in the process. Recovery isn’t easy, but the rewards are well worth it if you stick with it.
Any center for addiction treatment that’s vested in long-term recovery for its clients should provide individualized care to address the unique needs of each person. Staff members should also be welcoming and compassionate so that those working to overcome their addictions can feel comfortable and cared for in that environment. Just being able to express themselves without fear of being judged can help people struggling with addiction take big strides toward health and healing.
What Crestview Recovery Offers
Our center for addiction treatment provides a 30-bed facility that accepts men and women who want to recover in a peaceful Pacific Northwest location. Clients from Seattle and Portland can come to our nearby locale, but we also welcome guests from Oregon, Idaho, and Montana, who may not be near treatment facilities in those states.
Our center includes options such as:
- Intensive outpatient programs
- Partial hospitalization
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Extended care addiction treatment
- Rehab aftercare
We treat all substance abuse addictions, and we offer trauma therapy as well as dual-diagnosis therapy. We work to help you heal your mind and body, so our amenities include whitewater rafting, snowboarding, and skiing. You’ll learn to enjoy life again by taking part in activities that give you a rush outside of addictive substances.
Are you ready to overcome your addiction with the right drug rehab? You can regain control over your life by contacting us to help get you started on the road to recovery. Don’t wait; call us at Crestview Recovery today at 866.262.0531.
Since 2016, Dr. Merle Williamson, a graduate of Oregon Health Sciences University, has been the Medical Director at Crestview Recovery, bringing a rich background in addiction medicine from his time at Hazelden Treatment Center. He oversees outpatient drug and alcohol treatments, providing medical care, setting policies, detox protocols, and quality assurance measures. Before specializing in addiction medicine, he spent 25 years in anesthesiology, serving as Chair of Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and Chief of Anesthesia at Kaiser Permanente. This experience gives him a unique perspective on treating prescription drug addiction.