Addiction Treatment

We are living at a time in which an estimated 20.8 million people in the United States are living with a substance use disorder.

It can be extremely difficult to stop the pattern of abuse, breaking free from addiction often requires outside help. Through the research of others, as well as our own experiences it has been found that most people who seek help, feel better!

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Partial Hospitalization

PHP is 5 days a week, 6 hours a day, from 9 am – 3 pm

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Intensive Outpatient

IOP is 3 to 5 days per week, for 3 hours per day, with day and evening schedules

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Medical Detox

24/7 Medically managed care of withdrawal symptoms will you detox from drugs or alcohol

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Sober Living

Recovery homes offer structure and support within an alcohol and drug-free housing environment

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24/7 Medically managed care of withdrawal symptoms will you detox from drugs or alcohol

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Alcoholism Treatment

Develop coping skills, build a support system, and utilize resources to assist with housing, and employment

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If you would like to learn more about these recovery option in general,
please view our informational guide on addiction treatment.

Many people don’t understand why or how someone becomes addicted to alcohol or drugs. There are common misconceptions that those struggling with addiction should be able to just quit using, if only they wanted to. A lack of moral principles or willpower is to blame.

These myths could not be more inaccurate … addiction is a complex issue, and quitting takes more than good intentions or strong will. Because alcohol and drugs can actually change the brain to foster compulsive behaviors, for many, treatment and ongoing support are necessary for long-term recovery.

Specific signs of addiction will vary depending on the substance used, but there are signs common to all addictions including;

Common Signs of Addiction

Trusted & Approved Addiction Treatment Centers

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The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) is a nonprofit professional society designed to offer support to organizations across the continuum of care. Since 1978, it has extended resources, advocacy and thought leadership to its members.

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The Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHCO) evaluates quality of care provided by healthcare organizations. Footprints has the Gold Seal of Approval, which means we possess the highest standard of safety and quality of care.

LegitScript is a third-party certification that confirms that Footprints follows all applicable laws and regulations. It shows that our company has been vetted and that we demonstrate an ongoing commitment to integrity and transparency.