What’s Involved In Non-Medical Detox Program?
Clients in all of our programs take part in both group and individual therapy. Our teams provide support during the early days of recovery and beyond. We help clients maintain their sobriety as they develop the healthy coping skills they need for long-term recovery.
During group therapy, our clients spend time building a network of support with their peers in recovery under the guidance of an experienced therapist. We use the 12-step approach in our group sessions, which involves acknowledging that addiction is a disease that requires lifelong management and appealing to a higher power for help in overcoming this disease.
In our abstinence-based program, we do not expect clients to stay sober without support. We understand how challenging it can be to go back to your everyday life, experience cravings for drugs or alcohol, and avoid relapse. That’s why we incorporate a wide variety of therapies into our treatment plans. From evidence-based therapies like cognitive-behavioral therapy to holistic approaches to treatment, we help clients work through the underlying causes of addiction and build new healthy habits.
Choose A Natural, Drug-Free Detox Program
One reason why many individuals do not seek out help for substance abuse is because they are concerned about detox. It can be challenging to go through detox if you do not know what to expect. At Lotus Recovery Centers, we offer medical support as well as therapy and counseling for those in our abstinence-based programs as they go through detox drug free.
Contact Lotus Recovery Centers Today
We work hard to be a resource to our communities. One of the ways that we help those in need is by offering free and low-cost rehab through Medicaid. Don’t let concerns about the cost of rehab keep you from reaching out for help.
Contact our team at 833.922.1615 to learn more about our abstinence program. We also take referrals if your loved one, client, or community member is struggling with addiction. Take the first step to recovery today.