Experienced Substance Abuse Treatment Modalities
At Reflections Recovery Center, those suffering from addiction can find respite and compassionate care. Located in Prescott, Arizona, clients have access to the urban services of nearby Phoenix while surrounded by the quiet comforts of rural life. The lakes, mountains, creeks, forest, and incredible rock formations that create this town offer those struggling with addiction a place for peaceful recovery and quiet reflection.
At Reflections Recovery Center, we’ve taken advantage of the quiet nature of the Prescott community to offer people a chance at a new life. Our team of medical professionals, counselors, and therapists are experienced and willing to help those in need conquer addiction.
The Substance Abuse Treatment Therapies We Use
There’s no one-size-fits-all answer for overcoming addiction. Different people respond more effectively to varying types of treatment. We provide a range of options to reach all of our clients, and model our treatment structures off of not only the 12 steps, but proven techniques and modalities for successful addiction recovery.
Our facility offers:
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing
- Trauma-informed care
Our Substance Abuse Treatment Center Treats Addictions Of All Types
Some people experiment with a drug and immediately understand its danger, but for many, a small experiment in drug use quickly snowballs into addiction. Our primary goal is to help people with chemical dependencies — including dependencies to illicit drugs, prescription drugs, and alcohol — achieve sobriety and begin to heal the wounds that opened them up to drug experimentation and abuse in the first place. Our treatment methods are specific to the individual and the addiction. They include:
Overcoming Illicit Drugs
If you or a loved one is struggling to fight a dependency to illegal drugs, we can help. Our programs and approaches cater to heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, benzodiazepine, prescription drugs, and other illicit substances. These drugs are particularly dangerous because they come unregulated; an addict may be getting more or less of a dose, both of which can be dangerous. These addictions can be doubly hazardous—the addictive substance itself can be deadly, as can additives dealers use to cut the drugs.
Overcoming Prescription Drugs
Painkillers, such as Vicodin, are responsible for more deaths and overdoses than any other substance. Reflections Recovery Center can help you detoxify and step away from opioids, benzodiazepines, sleep aids, muscle relaxers, and other prescription drug habits. Though we imagine prescription drugs are safer because they come from medical professionals, these addictions are just as dangerous as an addiction to illegal substances. In fact, without proper help, this addiction often leads to illicit drug abuse.
Stopping Alcohol Dependency
Alcohol is readily available, and the media often glamorizes its abuse. Because of its availability and our sense of it as innocuous, there are many high-functioning alcoholics who don’t realize they are playing Russian roulette with their lives. This is an addiction too, that requires support and medical care for recovery. Going cold-turkey can actually be extremely harmful—even deadly—to those who have long-term alcohol abuse issues. Reflection Recovery Center is fully equipped to guide those dependent on alcohol through the withdrawal process in a safe manner.
Personalized Dual Diagnosis Substance Abuse Treatment Methods
In most cases, addictions aren’t standalone issues. Many people discover drugs and alcohol as a method of self-medication, either due to mental issues or un-diagnosed health problems. Anxiety, depression, and mood disorders affect the chemicals within the brain and drastically change behavior. Treatment won’t prevail unless the root of the problem is established and remedied. The professionals at Reflections Recovery Center guide addicts through both the physical manifestations of addiction and what might be driving the addiction.