WHAT DO YOU NEED HELP WITH?
The signs of alcoholism include an inability to control your drinking, withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to stop drinking, and continued cravings to drink even when it negatively affects your life.
Drug addiction has been classified as a disease by the medical community. Just like any other health-related condition, addiction needs to be appropriately treated as an illness by qualified professionals.
The goal of an intervention is to convince the person to get treatment for their problem. An intervention should be well planned, and it should involve those who are close to the subject of the intervention.
Our Illinois drug & alcohol rehab center is conveniently located just outside of Chicago.
Hamilton Township, New Jersey
Our New Jersey rehab center is also caters to residents of New York & Philadelphia.
Our Colorado drug rehab center is conveniently located just outside of Denver.
Why Choose Footprints to Recovery?
Everyone has a solid and meaningful reason to obtain sobriety. Each reason is as unique as the individual. Our goal is to turn your personal motivation into lasting recovery through evidence-based, integrated therapy and distinct levels of care.
At Footprints to Recovery, your treatment plan is tailored to meet your specific needs and goals. It takes into account the important components of your life such as living environment, family dynamics, work obligations, and realistic time commitments.Learn More About Footprints to Recovery
Insurance may cover your rehab costs
Navigating the complexities of an insurance policy is stressful in the best of times. That’s why our financial coordinators are available to interact with your insurance providers on your behalf. Their goal is to ensure that you, or your family member, receives the maximum coverage provided for this life-changing care. If insurance is not available, they strive to make treatment both attainable and affordable.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How can your rehab programs help me?
The truth is, overcoming addiction is difficult. Our program gives you the tools, education, and support you must have to establish and maintain recovery.
How do I know if I have an addiction?
Consider the following questions. If you answer yes to any of these, you are probably struggling with some type of addiction. This makes you a good candidate for our care.
- I’ve been unsuccessful in quitting drugs or alcohol on my own.
- I don’t know how to cope without using.
- My addiction is negatively affecting areas of my life.
- I want to stop using, but don’t know where to start.
- I experience withdrawal symptoms when I don’t take drugs or alcohol.
What are my addiction treatment options?
What can I expect when I call?
One of our experienced admissions coordinators will answer the phone and work with you to gather all the information that will help determine the program that’s best for you. We’ll spend all the time you need to answer your questions. Learn more about our admissions process here.
How long will I be in your care?
Everyone’s recovery journey is different. How long you’re with us depends, in part, on the program you choose, but it depends on your commitment as well. Some people stay in one stage of recovery for longer than others. We focus on giving you the support you need at your pace.