Addiction is a chronic brain disorder that affects the reward, motivation, and memory centers of the brain. It can be characterized by the four C’s i.e. Compulsive behavior, intense Cravings, loss of Control, and failure to appreciate negative Consequences.

Addiction is an illness that affects people from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter whether you are rich or poor, male or female, employed or unemployed, young or old, or what your race or ethnicity is. Unfortunately, many are simply prone to these problems, and our society offers little protection from exposure to negative habit-forming experiences. And consistent research has shown that the prolonged use of addictive substances or behaviors has an impact on the brain that can be long-lasting.

Recovery takes patient perseverance, the right support, and the right tools to break free from addiction, but we believe anyone can do it if they are willing to accept help and commit to a program.

  • We plot a course based on a comprehensive initial assessment

  • We consider the possible need to partner with more intensive treatment services (e.g. detox, rehab, PHP, IOP)

  • We connect each patient with a peer recovery specialist

  • We provide psychotherapy tailored to the individual needs of the patient

  • We offer Medication-Assisted Treatment if appropriate.