For anyone in King, ON who is struggling with a substance dependency, help is just a phone call away thanks to our teen drug rehab centre. Our team members have spent more than four decades working with addicts and have helped more than forty-five thousand people struggling with this horrific disease.
Our teen drug rehab centre offers a success rate that others in the field throughout Canada seek to emulate. In fact, more than seven in ten of our patients remain substance-free two years after successfully completing our program. It is no surprise, then, that we are fully accredited by the Canadian Center for Accreditation.
Many of those struggling with substance abuse feel alone and hopeless, but our team changes that. In fact, many of our counselors have lived the addiction experience. Knowing this to be the case not only gives our patients hope that they too can overcome addiction but also makes it much easier for many of them to open up and discuss issues related to their addictions, both those that led to them and those that contribute to and develop from them.
We use a program known as Transitions. It was designed by the man who founded the Farm, Mr. Yonah Budd, and employs a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, addiction suppression, dog therapy, and pharmaceuticals. The use of the last item on that list is kept to a minimum, but they are important at various times, especially in helping patients who are undergoing symptoms of withdrawal.
The program offers physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental healing. The team at our teen rehab centre knows that problems in any of these areas of life can lead people to addiction, and that all four of them are impacted by it. They also know that failure to heal in any one of the areas can lead to a relapse. Healing in all four of these areas gives patients the best possible opportunity both to avoid relapses and to lead successful and fulfilling lives.
To find out more about what we can do for you or your loved one in King, ON, contact our teen drug rehab centre today.