Redoakrecovery Rehabitation

by James Kelli
(United Kingdom)

Redoakrecovery

Redoakrecovery

Red Oak Recovery’s young adult drug and alcohol treatment program is like no other. Our focus is on clinical care, addressing substance abuse and the underlying emotional issues that are always present. Sometimes these issues predate drug and alcohol use, and sometimes it is the other way around.

We believe in addressing all issues in a simultaneous and integrated fashion. Our Master’s level clinicians hold dual credentials, licensed in both mental health and clinical addictions. Our program is small enough that we can individualize care for each client.

We also help the family heal. Our unique family program helps families recognize what they need to do to stay centered and healthy and to support their loved one in recovery. Research has shown that when the family is involved in the recovery process the prognosis is much better.

Our beautiful campus provides a place where our clients have the opportunity to step away from the distractions of daily life and allow a space for inward reflection. There are many paths we take to develop lasting change in emotional and spiritual growth:

- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Adventure based therapy
- Psycho ed
- Nutritional education
- Boundary setting
- Goal setting
- Instilling hope
- Communication skills
- Social skills development
- Family work
- Service to others
- Mindfulness
- 12-step programming
- Grief and trauma work

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