HOW IS LIFETIME RECOVERY DIFFERENT?
If you or someone you know needs help,
Addiction is a complex, progressive disease. Lifetime Recovery recognizes that successful and lasting substance use disorder recovery is best achieved in a focused and highly structured environment. Founded in 1963, Lifetime offers the highest substance use disorder quality care and recovery treatment for those who do not have the resources to obtain treatment by other means.
Lifetime evidence-based programs include Residential Treatment, Outpatient Counseling and Recovery Support Services and Coaching. Lifetime's programs, in both residential and co-ed outpatient settings, have helped thousands of people. Programs of "treating causes and conditions" of chemical dependency assist in developing a holistic approach to address substance abuse, which emphasizes treating mind, body, and spirit.
Upon admission, each person is provided a health physical and screening by a register nurse. A treatment plan is devised for each person with goals established by themselves and their counselor. Trained in Trauma Informed Care, our counselors recognize that clients are likely to have suffered a history of trauma and understand the role trauma may play in a client’s addiction. Hence, counseling is focused on working through the trauma to help prevent relapse and includes several modules of care that address the underlying issues of substance use.
AFTER YOUR TREATMENT ENDS
Because of the heavy emphasis on the emotional aspects of addiction, clients often leave the program with an increased sense of community and strong, lasting bonds with fellow participants. Clients are encouraged to take part in Outpatient and Recovery Coaching programs. Many Lifetime Recovery Alumni return to the campus to lead Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings and to encourage clients to become part of an active recovery community.