12-Step Facilitation Therapy
Find acceptance and healing in a structured environment.
Self-help groups empower patients to accept the realities of addiction and find hope and healing. 12-Step Facilitation Therapy is an addiction treatment method designed to increase the likelihood that a person managing addiction becomes affiliated with and actively involved in
self-help groups like A.A. and N.A.
This method promotes acceptance, which includes the realization that drug addiction is a chronic, progressive disease over which one has no control and that life has become unmanageable because of drugs.
You never walk alone. From 1:1 counseling to group talk therapy, we cultivate an environment of compassion and support
We take a holistic view of patients during the recovery process, providing individualized care with an emphasis on comfort and respect.
Recovery touches every part of your life, and we give clients the tools and mindset they need to thrive in work, life, and relationships.
A.A. has been helping alcoholics recover for more than 80 years. A.A. programs are built on the simple foundation of group therapy and sharing, offering spiritual principles and community support in a safe and welcoming environment.
N.A. gives every addict the chance to find the opportunity for a new way of life. Members thrive in a welcoming environment based on the principles of communication, coordination, information, and guidance.