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The Treatment Center has been awarded the
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Our Outpatient Programs

The Treatment Center Outpatient Services

The Treatment Center Outpatient Services provides the highest standards of patient care by providing a full continuum of outpatient services including relapse prevention, partial hospitalization, case management, holistic care and medical management services.

Our compassionate staff gets it! Addiction is a powerful and complicated disease, but we help patients win the battle over addiction and walk the road to long-term recovery everyday. We understand the complexities of drug and alcohol addiction and we know how to effectively treat it.

Together, our team of medical doctors, psychiatrists, counselors, psychologists and nurses have decades of experience helping patients refocus, rediscover and rebuild their lives in lifelong recovery. We treat our patients and base our healing practice on nourishing the needs of the whole person—mind, body, and spirit.

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Latest News

6 Benefits of a Partial Hospitalization Program

    Although attending a medically-supervised detox is a crucial component to the start of one’s recovery, detox alone is not enough to fully heal from years of substance abuse.  For many, going home after detox and staying clean and sober is very difficult due to the amount of triggers that could lead to relapse. Being under the ...

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Meet the Staff & Patients

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The Gift of Desperation

Heather's life was in shambles when she was in active addiction. She was homeless and broken mentally, physically and spiritually, which left her angry and hopeless. Although she knew she needed to get help, she refused to do any kind of intensive outpatient treatment program.

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