Long-Term, Compassionate Substance Abuse Programs
When you or a loved one are in the throes of substance abuse or drug addiction, you need to treat the issue as the medical problem that it is. When you’re suffering from a cold or the flu, you need medication. If you’re more seriously ill, you might have to go to hospital. In the case of serious substance abuse and addiction issues, the only answer is to sign up for compassionate, caring long-term treatment that aims to end the cycle of addiction. At Blueprints for Recovery, we adopt an experiential, long-term approach for our residential patients that has been proven to foster the ongoing health and sobriety of those who enter our facility and commit themselves to drug recovery.
We set ourselves apart from most substance abuse programs by immersing our patients in experiential therapy within our small community. We firmly believe that the best way for patients to recover from drug addiction and substance abuse is to engage themselves in a small community dedicated to sobriety and drug recovery. Our substance abuse programs are tailored to the needs of each individual client and are designed to provide the most effective, engaging environment for recovery. Blueprints for Recovery is a long-term drug treatment facility with a residential program, so we really invest in our patients and ensure that none of them slip under the radar or are ever forgotten. Our client-to-staff ratio is designed to ensure that each patient receives the amount of individual care and attention that they need to make a full recovery.
Customers with questions about our individualized drug therapy can call us today at (888) 744-9969 to stay up to date with Blueprints for Recovery.
Rebuilding Our Patients
Many of our patients fall into the tragic cycle of substance abuse because they missed out on forming personality traits like self-esteem and a feeling of self-worth. We know, that through our programs, we can help our patients to recover from their abuse and build themselves back up stronger than ever before, armed with the skills and traits they’ll need to embark upon their new lives away from substance abuse, and to stay far away from drugs in the long term.
Thanks to our community ethos and investment in hiking and backpacking adventures, our patients learn valuable skills like teamwork and leadership so they can rebuild their sense of self-worth. We emphasize a focus on self-care for our patients so they value themselves and don’t want to harm themselves with drugs in the future, and promote physical exercise and community building as a means of reconstructing their self-esteem. When you belong to a community of supportive, caring individuals that need you as much as you need them, the power of your newfound self-esteem will be an astonishing, motivating factor in avoiding the patterns of behavior that lead to relapse and further substance abuse.