How We Treat

As you consider which treatment center is right for your needs, it’s important that you spend time learning about how the facilities that you’re considering treat their patients. This varies significantly throughout the industry. Not every facility will be capable of providing you with the care that you need to optimize your recovery process.

At The House of the Rising Son, we’re committed to providing our patients the absolute best in treatment for substance abuse recovery. A key part of that is personalizing our care to meet the unique needs of every patient. This means that the exact treatments that we’ll offer you will vary based on who you are, what your goals are, and the specific characteristics of your addiction. Keep reading to learn more about how we treat patients at The House of the Rising Son.

Our Care Philosophy

At The House of the Rising Son, we believe that the only way to solve drug and alcohol addiction is to first understand the underlying conditions that are causing them. In the absence of that understanding, it’s incredibly difficult to maintain your sobriety for the long term. That’s why the early phases of our treatments focus heavily on identifying what’s caused you to become addicted in the first place.

There are several different paths that we’ll explore. For example, your addiction may stem from a chemical imbalance, mistaken beliefs about yourself or the world, or evens in the past that you haven’t reconciled. Once we’ve figured out where your addiction comes from, we’ll create a personalized care plan that’s specifically targeted to help you overcome it. We believe that this provides our patients with their best chance of maintaining their sobriety long term.

Non-12 Step Treatment

Many treatment centers rely heavily on 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. However, we don’t believe that these programs are the best option for many patients. That’s why we offer our patients rehab programs that don’t emphasize 12-step work.

Instead, our recovery programs are heavily customized to meet the unique needs of every patient. We believe that every person can maintain their sobriety without needing constant support from a sponsor or believing in a higher power. We also believe that you do have power over drugs and alcohol and are capable of beating your addiction forever. These core ideas are fundamentally different from what’s demanded out of patients who participate in 12-step programs.

Reach out to us if you’d like to learn more about non-12-step treatment and whether it’s right for you. You can contact us today by calling (888) 238-1038.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Recovering from the abuse of an addictive substance can be very challenging. Many of these challenges result from the cravings and withdrawal symptoms that patients experience as their bodies transition to life without the substance. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can reduce cravings and withdrawals to promote a smoother recovery process.

At The House of the Rising Son, our use of MAT is dictated by the unique needs of each patient. If we believe that you would benefit from this form of treatment, then we’ll prescribe you medication to ease your withdrawal symptoms. This could be Methadone, Suboxone, or Vivitrol based on what we think you would respond best to. MAT at The House of the Rising can give you the peace of mind that you need to focus fully on your recovery process so that you’re able to get more out of it.

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Many patients who are struggling with substance abuse have underlying mental health issues that are causing this abuse. For example, mental conditions like depression, PTSD, and anxiety can all cause patients to abuse substances like drugs and alcohol to cope with the intense emotions they’re experiencing.

We’ve found that the best way to help these patients is to treat both the addiction and mental health concerns simultaneously. Following this model provides unique insights into the thought patterns and mental processes that are causing the individual to seek out the relief offered by addictive substances.

If you sign up for dual diagnosis treatment, you’ll spend much of your time working with our highly-skilled mental health professionals. They’ll help you explore your past and identify what experiences have caused your mental health issues. Having access to this type of support could be just what you need to take the next step towards your recovery goals.

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Individualized Treatment Approach

Everything that we do at The House of the Rising Son is informed by our belief that treatment for substance abuse should be individualized. No two patients are entirely alike so no two treatment plans should be the same either. That’s why we begin the individualization process the moment that a patient contacts us for the first time.

We’ll start by providing you with a consultation, during which we’ll learn about who you are and what you’ve been experiencing. This will give us the information that we need to begin creating a customized plan of care for you. Your treatment plan may include medical detox, residential rehab, aftercare, and more.

We can also offer you individualized options for care within each level of the substance abuse recovery process. For example, we might recommend that your residential rehab program includes the use of our on-site nutritionist. Or, maybe we’ll think that you would benefit from extra sessions with one of our highly-skilled therapists. Ultimately, we’ll do everything in our power to provide you with the best care for your unique recovery needs.

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The ultimate success or failure of your recovery plan could be impacted significantly by where you choose to seek treatment. You shouldn’t rely on a treatment center that offers the same type of care to every patient that they see. Instead, choose a facility that is capable of offering you personalized care to promote a more effective recovery process.

The House of the Rising Son can individualize every part of your treatment — from the moment you walk through our door to the moment you walk out. We’d love to work with you and hope to hear from you soon. Give us a call at (888) 238-1038 when you’re ready to get started.

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