"Have you noticed a change in your loved one's behavior? Maybe you've noticed he or she has become oversensitive, resentful, secretive, or defiant. Perhaps he or she has been making secret phone calls, withdrawing from friends and family, or having serious money issues. If you have noticed several of these signs, it is entirely possible that the person you care about is dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction. Now is the best time to seek help, and we're here to assist you through each step of the process. in order to successfully recover from a drug or alcohol addiction, clients must be willing to attend individual and group therapy to work through the issues and problems that led to the addiction. We also offer family therapy for clients whose family members would like to be involved in the treatment process. This paves the way for positive change, reparations, and apologies, and also decreases the number of secrets and potential stress upon the client's return home. Along with therapy, we offer life skills classes, addiction classes, 12-step programs, nutritional support, and leisure activities. Each weekend there are several opportunities for outdoor adventures. Typically, an inpatient treatment program lasts for thirty days. Not only does it help people create a healthy drug-free lifestyle, but it also provides them with access to the tools needed to make a full recovery. Sober support networks are the backbone of any treatment program. Having a support system after treatment ends is one of the most important lifelines to remaining sober. We are dedicated to helping each client create and maintain this support system. Within these support groups, clients are able to do life with a group of peers they can identify with. test"