Remaining clean and sober from substance abuse or chemical dependency is next to impossible for most people and understandably so. The abuse of drugs or alcohol slowly damages normal functioning of the brain as time goes on. Once a person becomes dependent on alcohol or addicted to drugs the changes that have taken place in the brain can cause intense cravings that continue even after detox is completed.
Effective recovery can be achieved when treatment is obtained from The Woods at Parkside because their clients are able to:
The Woods at Parkside provides residential treatment not only for individuals suffering from drug addiction and alcohol abuse problems, they also provide help for mood disorders and mental illness. Their treatment program is designed to address the specific needs of their clients individually, that's one of the reasons receiving treatment from The Woods at Parkside is so effective.
The Woods at Parkside residential treatment program is very unique because they provide Medical Detoxification, various effective levels of care, individualized treatment and support, treatment for health care professionals, and help for individuals that continue to struggle with sobriety once treatment has been completed.
Even though chemical dependency is a very powerful and destructive complex disease, a person can recover and embrace a drug free lifestyle in the future as long as they receive the level of help they individually need. Client's not only receive individualized help and support from The Woods at Parkside treatment center but their staff is dedicated to helping each of their clients heal and reach their long term successful recovery goals.
Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.
Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by ARK Behavioral Health, a paid advertiser on DrugFree.
All calls are private and confidential.