Long-term treatment is designed for those who need serious and comprehensive with multiple aspects of their lives that have suffered in the wake of substance abuse. In addition to providing a baseline level of care through detox and rehab, long-term treatment programs may also assist patients with long-term chronic health conditions associated with their alcohol or drug use or help them relearn life skills that have suffered because of their active substance abuse. Long-term treatment offers multiple “step-down” levels of care as patients move through the program and often sober living resources and family education. Contact a member of our team to learn more about long-term treatment and find a program in your area now.
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A 35 bed male only recovery facility located on over 50 acres in Central Texas. The program uses a multi-discipline continuing care therapy coupled with fitness programs such as yoga and meditation. The ranch setting also affords a retreat-like setting that encourages healing and full immersion into the treatment experience. Read more...
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