The Canopy of Hope addiction treatment includes a range of phases and interventions that can help you recover from substance use disorder, as well as help relief for loved ones. Rather than offering a cookie-cutter approach, our addiction treatment is always tailored to the distinctive needs of the patient.
The Addiction Treatment Process
Whether you’re dealing with a drug or alcohol problem, or a behavioral addiction such as gambling, gaming, or sex; Canopy of Hope addiction treatment have a process of healing on a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level. How long this process takes rest on a number of factors, including your primary substance of use, any co-occurring mental health disorders you may have, and how long you have been actively addicted.
Canopy of Hope treatment process happens in stages, with each stage designed to help you continue working on recovery as you grow and change. Throughout this process, a team of addiction counselors, doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, and psychologists will be there to create your individualized treatment plan and aftercare plan, and to provide ongoing, expert support from day to day.
Drug and Alcohol Detox
Stopping substance use altogether is, of course, the first step in the addiction treatment process. If you’ve abused drugs or alcohol on an ongoing basis, you probably already know how difficult it can be to desist from using for prolonged time periods. A professional drug and alcohol detox provides you with the treatment supports needed to make it through this difficult stage. These supports can vary depending on the severity of your addiction.
It’s not rare for people coming off severe substance addiction disorder to develop serious psychological problems as a result of drug use, or for drug use to begin as a way to self-medicate preexistent psychological problems. No matter which issue came first, having co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders requires specialized treatment that targets all sides of all problems in a comprehensive approach.
Addiction recovery doesn’t end when the treatment program ends, but rather continues to provide adaptable levels of support to help you maintain continued abstinence while increasing your independence. For this reason, your addiction program counselor will prepare an aftercare plan based on your individual situation and goals, with resources that you can turn to occasionally or often, depending on your current challenges and level of need.