Here at Achieve Wellness and Recovery, our goal is to help our patients in discovering their way in a comfortable and safe environment. We have a dedicated team of staff and clinicians determined to provide the most effective quality of care. You can find the path to your life purpose even if you are struggling with alcoholism or substance abuse.
Our ship wheel on our website is a symbol of finding your path despite troubled waters. We strive to help you build a solid foundation to welcome a lifetime of sobriety. Addiction is a disease that manifests itself into a person’s life through physical, spiritual, and mental anguish. Regardless of how deep your addiction has taken you, freedom still awaits you.
Here at Achieve Wellness and Recovery, we offer a variety of programs such as intensive outpatient, outpatient, and partial care. Commonly, our partial care is the most intensive level of care and the first stage of clinical treatment. We believe in unique plans of care that are specifically designed to fit your specific needs.
We accept most private insurances. If you do not see your insurance listed, please call us for a free verification of coverage.
Achieve Wellness and Recovery is dedicated to provide excellent care through our experienced staff and individualized treatment planning. Our facility welcomes you and your family to begin healing and begin a new life in recovery. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, reach out today.
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The condition develops when a person consumes large quantities of alcohol, resulting in several chemical changes in the brain. Few of the symptoms include uncontrollable craving to consume alcohol, requiring more amount of alcohol for the same effects as before, presence of withdrawal symptoms on reducing or stopping alcohol.
Prolonged use of a substance can leaves an individual with both a psychological and chemical dependence on it. Few of the symptoms include taking larger amounts of the drug over a longer period than you intended, making certain that you maintain a supply of the drug, physical withdrawal from not using the substance, Spending more on the drug than you can afford to spend, Not meeting obligations and work responsibilities, and cutting back on social or recreational activities because of drug use.
Not everyone who needs help for addiction is ready to receive it. It can be difficult to approach them for fear of confrontation. If you feel a loved one is a candidate to receive treatment for addiction but are not sure how to talk to them about it, please let our team of clinicians and certified interventionists help.