Treatment for addiction is not the last resort; it's the first step toward discovering what your life can be without the influence of addiction. With Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOP) you don't need to be removed from your daily life in order to change your life.
What are the costs of having drugs and alcohol as a part of our lives? And the better question is simply: how do we regain things that we've lost? Treatment is not the last resort. It's the first step towards exploring the ways that you can push the rest button on all of the things that have gone wrong.
When it comes to treating drug and alcohol dependency, many drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs center their focus solely on the effects of the addiction. At New Paradigm Recovery, we've found that substance abuse issues are often symptoms of another disorder or the result of a traumatic experience. Therefore, our philosophy is to treat the individual and the underlying causes of the addiction, not just their symptoms.
It's not uncommon for drug and alcohol abuse to co-exist, whether it’s mixing pills with alcohol or nurturing two parallel addictions simultaneously. New Paradigm Recovery offers comprehensive treatment programs to clients struggling with singular and multiple addictive disorders, helping them to restore them to health and independence.
One of the main reasons addicts fail to break their damaging substance abuse habits is that they are repeatedly placed back in the same toxic environments and circumstances. Since they haven't yet learned how to modify their behavior and their responses, it is sometimes critical that they receive intensive treatment included as part of their everyday lives. The intensive outpatient rehabilitation program at New Paradigm Recovery provides discrete, comfortable, expert substance abuse care for the whole family in a safe and supportive environment.
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Member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
New Paradigm Recovery is proud to be a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers - or NAATP - in order to provide assurance that we treat our clients and their families with the highest expectation of ethical practice.