Why Choose Illuminate Recovery for Addiction Treatment
The staff at Illuminate understands that in order to overcome addiction and go on to live a healthy, happy life, an individual has to discover and address the causes and underlying conditions that lead to drug or alcohol abuse in the first place.
At most treatment centers there tends to be a very segregated approach to client care that can come off as impersonal at times. Clients can feel like a number instead of a person and find it hard to make a genuine connection with staff. Here at Illuminate Recovery everyone on our team is a part of client care from ownership to medical and support staff. Knowing that addiction is a family disease we see a lot of value in building relationships and learning how to communicate.
Our staff doors are open to clients at all times and each of us is willing to give as much time as needed to make sure our clients are taken care of emotionally and spiritually. Everyone on our team has something to offer in the way of experience with recovery, not just our clinical staff, and we want our clients to hear different perspectives and gain hope from all of our stories. At Illuminate Recovery you are treated like a member of our family and the difference shows.
Our individualized outpatient treatment program offers support for every level of care. From detox to aftercare planning, our professional staff will help you understand what treatment services and level of care are right for your specific circumstances and develop a custom plan for your personal success.
Our expert, caring staff is made up of master level therapists, individual counselors, and behavioral health technicians. We work as a team to ensure our clients receive the highest level or care. We understand that in order to find success we need to treat the whole person: mind, body and soul.
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Quiz: How Do I Know if I Need Professional Substance Abuse Care?
It’s not always easy to tell if you’re battling drug addiction. Most people believe that they’re abusing drugs, and they know this is a problem. However, they don’t feel addicted to anything. Perhaps this is where you are right now.
Addiction treatment services should only be offered after the individual has spoken to a professional medical provider who can assess their concerns and needs.
However, there are some telltale signs that your drug or alcohol use has gotten out of control and that it may be time to seek professional help. For those who want to work on a deeper personal assessment, we have developed a quiz, “Do I Need Rehab?” to help you get started on your journey.