We believe that successful recovery requires the right combination of physical treatment, professional therapy, and positive family support.
Our program is an evidence-based, sophisticated approach to drug and alcohol treatment that focuses on all of the emotional, physical, mental, spiritual, and family components of addiction recovery.
The challenges faced by yourself or your loved one is unique to the individual. We understand that intimately. We describe our approach to caring for each client as “Wraparound Care”. This means that the proscribed course of care includes a full catalog of services and resources that are given special emphasis case by case. The Annie’s House campus is unique in the levels of care that is delivered on-site. If our clients need it, we’ve got everything right here.
Annie’s House brings together a tailored mix of group therapy, individual counseling and family therapy catered to each clients individual needs. These services include the following:
We believe that Addictions are a family disease. It may be true that only one family member is actively involved, but the entire family is feeling a tremendous amount of pain and a host of other negative experiences right along with them. Annie’s House also understands that a family who has received counseling and support tools are key to a patient’s successful long-term recovery.
That is why we invite family members to come the campus and learn about the disease of addiction, understand co-dependency, enabling, shame and how to begin learning better communication skills. The training, under the supervision of therapists, brings the addict and the family to a place where they can mend the damage done through this most difficult time and learn to move forward together.
We believe that access to excellent care should be within the reach of as many families as possible; not for just the Hollywood elite. We offer financing options that will put you at ease and help you focus on the healing of your loved one. There should be no roadblocks in getting started on the path to recovery, and ability to pay no longer has to be one of them. The new federal Health Care Reform Act also covers addiction recovery services!