Holistic Drug Rehab

Holistic Drug Rehab

At BetterAddictionCare, we understand that finding the right addiction recovery center for you can seem like a daunting task. From traditional rehabilitation programs to holistic addiction treatment, the choices can be overwhelming and confusing to someone who just wants to get help now. When you partner with BetterAddictionCare, we will take care of everything for you. Our team of professional client care specialists will use the information you provide to create a customized care plan with your long-term success in mind. We will find the best inpatient alternative rehab programs near you that are accepting new patients and help you begin your journey to sobriety. We will even arrange insurance details, transportation, and aftercare treatment. At BetterAddictionCare, we have a nationwide network of holistic rehab centers from which to choose, so we’re sure to find the perfect program that fits your needs and lifestyle.

Why Choose Holistic Addiction Treatment?

Although traditional rehab tends to be more popular and well-known, holistic drug rehab has been growing in popularity for many years. Holistic rehab differs from traditional rehab because it aims to treat the whole person, including the mind, body, and spirit, whereas traditional treatment focuses on psychotherapy, 12-step models, and other types of support. While these are effective for some, many patients require a different kind of program to treat their addiction. Traditional rehab also works to improve the patient’s mental health, but holistic rehab centers tend to forgo drug therapies and focus on helping patients get in touch with themselves to understand the root of the problem. Each holistic addiction recovery center is different, but they can include such practices as yoga, tai chi, meditation, acupuncture, Eastern medicine, and massage therapy. Learning new coping skills, such as meditation, is an effective tool for dealing with relapse for many people. Just fill out our contact form so we can start getting to know you and begin choosing an individualized holistic drug rehab program to fit your needs.

Finding the Holistic Rehab Center That Works for You

At BetterAddictionCare, we will work closely with you to find a program that will make you feel completely safe and comfortable so you can get sober. In addition to arranging immediate admission to the chosen program, we will also provide you with access to a committed recovery team near you to support you following treatment. If you would like to learn more or if you or someone you know is ready to get on the road to recovery, please give us a call today. We are waiting to answer any questions or concerns about our services.


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