New Life Wellness Center is dedicated to the health, happiness, and sobriety. We work tirelessly to ensure that each of our clients has the support and guidance they need through customized treatment and advanced techniques. None of it would be possible, though, without our caring and experienced staff of addiction professionals.
What we do?
Whether you’ve been struggling with an addiction for a decade or have just recently realized that you are dependent on a drug, you will need careful, deliberate treatment from addiction professionals like the ones at New Life Wellness Center and our network of addiction recovery centers. The choice to get the help you need is yours alone. You don’t have to live like this any longer. Read on to see about our structured and diligent addiction recovery treatment that is customized to you, your needs, and your situation.
After you get through physical detox, it will be time to begin your long-term treatment via various forms of therapy. First, through meeting with a personal addiction counselor, you will create a customized and comprehensive addiction treatment program that meets your needs and the demands of your unique situation. This plan is informed by many details, including dual diagnosis mental health screening. Nearly half of all people with an addiction have an underlying mental illness that contributes and exacerbates the addiction. To empower you to beat this addiction, you will need your overall mental health treated. Whether the root cause of your addiction is a disorder, a past trauma, or something else, the core issue will be uncovered and addressed accordingly.
You will also use individual therapy to work through those problems, but you will also have another method. Group therapy is instrumental in showing our clients that they are not alone in their struggles. Together with your group, you will share your struggles, hear the similar challenges of other clients, and exchange valuable insight through advice and tips to avoid triggers and debilitate cravings. The community that is created during group sessions will provide a sense of fulfillment and belonging that is extremely important to the overall recovery process.