Inpatient Addiction Treatment

New Life Treatment Center offers substance abuse treatment on an inpatient, or residential, basis. Inpatient addiction treatment is designed for individuals experiencing symptoms related to acute or chronic drug and alcohol symptoms.

Out Inpatient Addiction Treatment Program is highly specialized and takes into consideration each person's unique medical circumstances as well as individual lifestyle and specific obstacles to recovery. Our alcohol and chemical dependency treatment plans follow the 12-Step model for addiction recovery.

Inpatient Treatment Services

  • Drug and alcohol screenings and evaluations
  • Full detoxification services, including buprenorphine detox for opiate addicted patients
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Recreational therapy including low elements rope course
  • Educational therapy
  • Specialized program for healthcare professionals
  • Specialized program for uniformed professionals
  • Specialized services for dual-diagnosis with a mental illness
  • Separate groups for men and women
  • Trauma & PTSD support groups
  • Relationship issues groups (including sexual compulsivity/addiction)
  • Nutrition education program (including eating disorders)
  • Relapse prevention support group
  • Family program

Alcohol Treatment

Whether an individual is struggling with alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence, our staff has the tools needed to assist individuals in the development of a long-term recovery solution.

By identifying the underlying causes of alcohol misuse, as well as the specific needs of the individual, we can help clients to alleviate the effects of this life-altering disease.

Understanding the Different Types of Alcohol Addictions

There are different types of alcohol use disorders, which vary in terms of habits and severity. It is important to understand these differences when applied to alcohol treatment.

Binge Drinking

Binge drinking is most common for individuals between the ages of 18-21, but can occur at any age. This type of addiction is classified as having more drinks in one session than the body can process effectively.

The consequences of binge drinking can result in school or work absenteeism, poor academic or work performance, hangovers, memory loss, and risky behavior which may result in injury, assault, or impulsive sexual activity.

How is alcohol addiction treated?

Overcoming addiction can be a long process that requires both personal dedication and various treatments or therapies. Your optimal treatment plan will depend on your personal circumstances, including your:

  • prior history of alcohol dependence
  • level of support from family and friends
  • personal commitment to becoming and remaining sober
  • financial situation

When ready to face your addiction, your doctor will likely ask you questions to determine your level of addiction. These questions can also help them determine which treatment option is best suited to your needs.  Your doctor or therapist may recommend one or more of the following treatment options:

  • detoxification
  • behavior modification
  • counseling
  • medications

Drug Addiction and Treatment

Drug addiction is a disease that’s characterized by the inability to stop using the drugs even though the abuse is causing problems in your life. Over time, drug abuse can change the way the brain functions, leading to withdrawal symptoms when the drug use is discontinued. Withdrawal symptoms are the body’s way of telling you it’s become dependent on the drug and needs it in order to function “normally.”

New Life Treatment Center provides drug treatment programs essential for persons addicted to all types of drugs. Drug rehab starts with medical detox, which is the process of breaking the physical dependence by withholding the addictive substance from the body. Because addiction is also psychological, drug rehab programs involve intensive treatment therapies to address the complex issues behind the addiction.

Signs and Symptoms 

Each drug addiction is going to affect an individual differently. The risks of becoming dependent on a drug also vary, but can become common when an individual is using drugs on a regular basis.

There are many common signs and symptoms that drug addiction or dependence is present including:

  • Strong urges to use the drug daily
  • Need a higher amount of the drug to receive the same feeling
  • Spending money on the drug even if the individual cannot afford it
  • Risky behaviors such as: driving under the influence, stealing, fighting, etc.
  • Withdrawal symptoms begin appearing when drug is not being used
  • Not showing up to school or work, or showing up under the influence
  • Lack of motivation
  • Behavioral changes such as mood swings
  • Appearance is ignored

If an individual is struggling with drug addiction and showing signs and symptoms, seek drug addiction treatment help immediately. Effects of drug addiction can vary and can lead to life-threatening and damaging consequences.

Long-term outlook

Recovery from addiction is often a lifelong journey. You may face relapses and temptations for most of your life. It’s not uncommon to slip in and out of sobriety as you work your way through your addiction. Some people beat addiction the first time they try to become sober. Others may battle addiction for many years. The more you try, the higher your chances of success.


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