- AdCare Hospital — Worcester, MA
- Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches — West Palm Beach, FL
- Betty Ford Center — Rancho Mirage, CA
- Bradford Health Service — Alabama
- Brattleboro Retreat — Brattleboro, VT
- Caron Foundation — Wernersville, PA
- Cirque Lodge — Sundance, UT
- Cottonwood Tucson — Tucson, AZ
- Crossroads Centre — West Indies
- Cumberland Heights — Nashville, TN
- Father Martin’s Ashley — Havre de Grace, MD
- G&G Holistic Addiction Treatment Program — North Miami Beach, FL
- Gosnold on Cape Cod — Cape Cod, MA
- Hanley Center — West Palm Beach, FL
- Hazelden Foundation — Center City, MN
- La Hacienda — Austin & College Station, TX
- Lakeview Health Systems — Jacksonville, FL
- Life Healing Center of Santa Fe — Santa Fe, NM
- Little Hill-Alina Lodge — Hardwick, NJ
- Marworth — Waverly, PA
- McLean Hospital — Belmont, MA
- Menninger Clinic — Houston, TX
- Passages Malibu — Malibu, CA
- Pine Grove — Hattiesburg, MS
- Promises Treatment Centers — Los Angeles, CA & Malibu, FL
- Seabrook House — Seabrook, NJ & Tioga County, PA
- Sierra Tucson –Tucson, AZ
- Silver Hill Hospital — New Canaan, CT
- Talbott Recovery Campus — Atlanta, GA
- The Meadows — Wickenburg, AZ
- Willingway Hospital — Statesboro, GA
Residential Treatment Centers
If you’re looking for a residential treatment center for your loved one, it’s okay to feel confused about knowing where to turn. There are many different types of residential treatment facilities for drug addicts and alcoholics out there… and we’re here to help you find the one that fits.
The Way Out helps hundreds of addicts all over the country enjoy healthier lifestyles and stay sober. We understand the decision to place a drug addict or alcoholic is one of the most difficult decisions possible — but it’s one that will provide a significant amount of relief knowing your loved one is safely placed in a residential treatment center and has begun the healing process free from addiction.
Is my loved one right for a residential treatment center?
Struggling addicts typically benefit from a residential treatment center if they have significant struggles with any of the following, as these struggles create a higher chance of developing self-esteem and self-respect problems:
- Sex and love addiction
- Dual diagnosis
- Chronic relapse
- Gender specific issues
- Eating disorder
- Video game addictions
- Compulsive hoarding
At residential treatment centers, addicts learn life skills, receive weekly one-on-one counseling sessions from licensed clinicians and participate in many other activities designed to help each addict to gain strength of character and emotional stability.
What is a residential treatment center, and how does it work?
Placing an addict within a residential treatment program means the addict will remain at that facility for a period of time, and he or she will stay and sleep there until treatment is completed. The addict will experience individual and counseling, personal responsibilities and some leisure time. A common philosophy of residential treatment is that an addict’s chance of recovery is the greatest when he or she exists in a positive, structured environment, led by professionals who genuinely care about the addict’s success. Therapy is also essential, as recovery requires that a shift in thinking. Every activity that takes place in a residential treatment center should be designed to help each addict shift his or her thinking away from the negativities of the past and toward future success.
Why a residential treatment center?
This type of environment — one that is 24/7 — allows positive exposure to take hold. With the guidance of a well-trained staff, addicts are removed from stressors, peers and triggers from the original environment that led to treatment. The longer the addict is separated from those aspects, the easier it is to see why changes must be made.
Be informed, and stay informed.
Many worry they haven’t chosen the right residential treatment center. To help you choose, ask questions and open the door to communication. The right licensed treatment center won’t push you into placing your loved one if it isn’t in the best interest of the addict, and the staff may discuss other options that you haven’t explored yet. Be open. Since there are different types of residential treatment centers, it’s important you explore the options. Carefully evaluate the pros and cons so you can make a well-informed decision and feel confident.
If you feel you or your loved one must be placed in a rehabilitation treatment center, please call 1-877-WAYOUT7 or fill out a patient placement form and The Way Out Recovery will aid in placement.