WE ARE FOLLOWING CDC VIRUS PRECAUTIONS AND ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS FOR IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL SESSIONS
Do you need more than weekly sessions with a counselor but don’t want to go away to a treatment center for 30 days? Are you tired of agencies that only offer “cookie cutter” programs?
Today you are one step closer to a new you – empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. CenterPointe Counseling and Recovery is a flexible brain-based program of day and evening outpatient visits. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) meets 3 days a week for 3 hours per day. With these services, you remain in your community while you learn how to develop a sober support network to help you make the lifestyle changes you’ve been trying to find.
Probably the most important difference between CenterPointe and other programs is that we are an integrated drug and alcohol treatment program. We offer holistic, individualized treatment for your concerns. We believe that, with the right treatment, you can have freedom from substance use and the problems it’s been causing in your life.
Few people with substance abuse problems succeed on the journey without a plan and support. With our holistic philosophy, your recovery plan may include group, individual and community-based recovery groups. Unlike other programs, we also offer massage, acupuncture, FARS sauna, craniosacral therapy, and sensory floatation tanks. Neurofeedback and other brain-based services are provided by an internationally renowned doctor at Mindspa. Craniosacral Therapy assists those in early recovery with stress management, anxiety and sleep, pain and self healing capabilities. This service is provided to all clients and is available to the general public.
Our goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. Your life can and should be an amazing adventure - let’s get you back to the joy you’ve lost. We would love to help you grow into your potential – emotionally, functionally, relationally.
Start your journey now. The best is yet to come.