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How To End Your Drug Addiction in the New Year

The beginning of a new year serves as an opportunity for renewal.  The celebration of the New Year reminds us all that it is possible to start over and gain a new lease on life.  Make this the year you decide to end your drug addiction.  Chances are you are well aware of how your addiction has effected those around you, including your family, friends, and coworkers.  In all likelihood, you’ve thought about recovery before, but haven’t been sure of where to start or what treatment entails.  It is possible to become sober and successfully treat your drug addiction.  Summit Estate Recovery Center is here to help you.

how-to-end-your-drug-abuseDrug addiction is more than physical.  There are emotional and mental aspects of substance abuse that are just as important to address as your physical addiction.  At Summit Estate we tailor your treatment to your individual needs to address your entire being, mind, body, and soul.  In a luxury setting we focus on your unique needs beginning during the admissions process.  Upon your arrival at Summit Estate, we take care to further understand you as an individual. Once admitted, you begin your customized detoxification protocol.  Because we provide medically controlled detoxification, you are able to detox comfortably and without pain.  Being comfortable during the detox process allows you to immediately begin recovery.

Inpatient treatment at Summit Estate includes:

  • Luxury accommodations
  • Fresh, nutritious, gourmet meals
  • Individual counseling
  • Individual and family therapy
  • Medication management
  • Offsite meetings
  • Weekly outings
  • Yoga studio
  • Spa facilities
  • Exercise center

During treatment, our goal is to uncover and understand the root cause of your drug addiction.  Once understood we focus on addressing that issue and providing you with the tools to deal with stress after treatment.  Cravings and stressful situations will occur after you leave treatment and you need to be prepared to handle those situations without turning to substance abuse.

Your entry to inpatient recovery begins with just one phone call.  Our admissions counselors take time to understand you as an individual to begin personalizing your treatment. They are able to answer any questions you may have and coordinate your entry into treatment.  To get started, complete the form on this site or call us at 800-701-6997.