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Drugs and alcohol can prove to be enormous obstacles to a person’s future. It can prevent them from chasing their dreams, impact their health, and send them hurtling towards legal problems. Fortunately, there is hope for the future. When someone reaches out to the luxury addiction treatment programs at United Recovery Project, they have support throughout the treatment process. To learn more about our services, please reach out to our substance abuse treatment experts today at 855.923.3506.
The first step to recovery is nearly always drug and alcohol detox. Detox is the process that removes the drugs and alcohol from a person’s body, clearing the path for the recovery process. We offer both holistic and medical detox at United Recovery Project to ensure each person’s long-term recovery.
If a person doesn’t have a supportive home environment, or they’ve been living with addiction for an extended period of time, then inpatient rehab is the best option. This treatment requires the person to spend around 30 days in our treatment program, where they have support and accountability.
Once a person has finished our inpatient treatment program, we recommend that they move on to our outpatient program. This treatment provides regular support as the individual begins learning to live a sober lifestyle in the real world.
Men have different challenges than women. Therefore, it is often best to treat men and women separately. Men have the opportunity to live in our men’s rehab center mansions, where they can work with other men to recover from addiction.
Likewise, women also are facing unique challenges. In a safe and supportive environment where they can lean on other women at a women’s rehab center, many people have found the care and help they need to remain sober for many years.
If, after leaving our residential treatment program, a person still wants a sober environment with structure and like-minded individuals, our sober living community is an excellent option. This location provides the support many people need after a residential treatment program.
Treatment doesn’t have to be done once a person leaves our residential or outpatient treatment program. We also provide aftercare for each person, which increases the likelihood of staying sober outside of treatment.
We have many alumni who are as committed to helping people get and stay sober as we are. Our alumni often get together to celebrate recovery and give each other accountability.
Doctors, nurses, and lawyers are more likely to struggle with addiction than many people think, but they often don’t get the care they need for fear of losing their jobs. We offer a professionals treatment program, which we have specifically designed to address this need.
The LGBTQ population is often hit hard by addiction, but many treatment centers don’t address this group’s needs. We are an LGBTQ-friendly treatment center, and we welcome each individual to reach out to us to speak to us about the treatment options available.
Relapse can take all the hard work a person has put into recovery and wash it down the drain. This doesn’t have to be the case. Whether a person has already relapsed or they feel they’re close to relapse, our treatment team can help.
The transition in and out of treatment can be extremely challenging for many individuals. Let us ease this challenge. Reach out to our transitional living program today.