Addiction and Dual Diagnosis Treatment at its Best
Next-Level Addiction Therapy
We offer personalized services for each patient who enters our program, including one-on-one therapy. Our phased treatment services are timed to meet your unique needs — every patient moves at their own pace. These phases address a variety of life areas to successfully return you to the outside world with a strong sobriety after leaving our facility.
Personalized Treatment for Your Unique Needs
Recovery from addiction is a personal experience. That’s why Arrow Passage Recovery offers a variety of treatment types to offer the level of support you need to heal from addiction or a dual diagnosis.
Thorough evaluations determine the extent of the dependency and which treatment type will work best to help address it. Our treatment services include residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient offerings.
Treatment Options Catered to You
Our diverse team of experts is fully prepared to accommodate what you’re looking for in a treatment program. Our specialized tracks include but are not limited to:
- 12-Step Model
- Faith-Based Program
- Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT): offered as indicated after medical assessment
Treatment at Your Own Pace
We don’t offer a cookie-cutter 30-day program, and believe in progressing through levels of care toward independence. We understand that embracing your personal journey to recovery is necessary for long-term success, and support your transition to each level of care when you are ready, not when time is up.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Comprehensive Effectiveness
Reports show that about 50% of people suffering from addiction are also suffering from a mental health disorder. This is a complex and urgent condition because multiple disorders can negatively affect each other in a dangerous way. Arrow Passage Recovery has the experience to simultaneously and effectively address co-occurring disorders for maximum effectiveness.
Levels of Care
Thorough initial assesment determines level of entry. Clients can move up and down through levels of care depending on the situation.