One of the first steps toward recovery from an addiction is admitting you need help and seeking it. At Arrow Passage Recovery, we offer drug addiction treatment methods that are tailored to your needs. Whether you're looking for a stable residential environment with plenty of support or would rather take advantage of outpatient recovery, we offer both types of programs as well as aftercare services.

Individualized Drug Addiction Treatment

TArrow Passage Recovery uses an integrative therapy model in all treatment processes. Our Matrix Model focuses on both individual treatment and family education to ensure you obtain the support needed to work toward long-term sobriety. We work with you to develop a plan that can include holistic options ranging from detox to faith-based counseling.

We also provide group sessions, so you can talk with others who have been through similar circumstances. Group sessions help you know you're not alone and make it easier to relate to those who have had success with the program. Whether you choose to live in our state-of-the-art facility or at home and visit the facility for treatment, we can provide you with physical and emotional support to get through recovery. Our caring and trained counselors work with you to identify triggers for drug or alcohol use and develop healthy coping mechanisms you can use in real-life situations.

Aftercare Plans

Once you’ve made it through the initial drug addiction treatment, it’s time to focus on getting better. With aftercare services, we can pair you up with various support groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, to help you continue your road to recovery. We also make sure to stay in touch with you to help keep you on a positive path.

Contact Us

If you want more information on our drug addiction treatment processes, contact us at Arrow Passage Recovery at (844) 347-0543 for more information. You'll speak to one of our caring staff members, who can schedule an appointment for you to view the facilities or offer information on the intake process.