Our Multi-Modality Addiction Rehabilitation Program
Our interdisciplinary and multi-modality approach to addiction rehabilitation empowers patients to achieve their sober recovery goals. We are unlike other programs that rely on a single, primary addiction treatment modality. At New Beginnings Recovery, our program adapts multiple treatment options to best fit the needs of patients.
Overall, our treatment teams work with patients in developing a comprehensive addiction rehabilitation treatment plan. The plan addresses the root issues contributing to their addictions. To do so, patients and their treatment teams choose from the various treatment modalities. They also form an all-inclusive multi-modality addiction rehabilitation program. This sort of treatment planning is significantly more effective than the one-size-fits-all approach offered by most other rehabilitation centers.
Why Do Patients Need a Comprehensive Treatment Approach?
One of the most misunderstood facts about addiction is that detox is a cure. In reality, detox is only the first step in achieving lasting recovery. Here’s why. Addiction not only causes physical dependency, but it also involves emotional factors as well. Most addicts struggle with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, or other mental disorders. These factors can cause them to engage in drug abuse as a form of self-medication. Or, the emotional issues can exacerbate the drug abuse problem. Recovery success depends on treating all factors simultaneously. In this way, the patient heals mentally, physically, and spiritually. This approach to treatment offers more lasting results.
All in all, an effective addiction treatment plan should include methodologies that target these underlying aspects of a person’s drug use, like with a multi-modality addiction rehabilitation program. Firstly, it all begins with detox which cleanses the body of all traces of the substances being abused. Immediately after completing detox, the patient should enter a rehabilitation program to address the emotional aspects of their addiction.