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Whole Life Recovery's Mission

Our philosophy and goals are aligned with you

Whole Life Recovery's mission is to create an opportunity for individuals to live an authentic and rewarding life by treating the whole person through mind, body and spirit, while decreasing chances of recidivism.

Our treatment philosophy surrounds our belief that recovery comes from finding each client's truth by achieving a healthier state of mind, body and spirit. We believe that short term treatment can achieve successful long-term outcomes by addressing relapse potential, behavioral modification and expanding opportunities to improve one’s lifestyle. Whole Life Recovery utilizes a bio-psychosocial approach to assess each client individually and offers the opportunity to address the emotional and spiritual problems that led to substance abuse. We believe that recovery is a process and begin our journey in treatment with a commitment to change.

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Whole Life Recovery's Program

An all inclusive program, from detox to sober living

Whole Life Recovery is a comprehensive outpatient treatment program providing day treatment to men and women of all ages. Detoxification services will be offered to those in need of that service prior to transitioning in to the outpatient treatment program and average length of stay will be three (3) to five (5) days. Average length of stay for outpatient programming will be approximately 90 days. The day treatment program is a program created for individuals who are ready to return to work, school or other responsibilities and/or do not require a higher level of care.

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Whole Life Recovery treatment services will focus on psycho-education surrounding addiction, relapse prevention, codependency issues, dual diagnosis (co-occurring disorders), life skills, mindfulness/spiritual awareness and trauma. The program will be divided in to three phases of treatment. Groups, both process and psychoeducational, will occur Monday through Friday, four to five hours per day. Each progressive phase will offer a variety of different groups in order to increase ability to live healthier and more stable life once a person discharges for treatment as well as increasingly ability to live a productive and fulfilled life.

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Custom Tailored Individual Treatment Plan

Individual treatment plan for you with lifelong recovery as the main goal

Whole Life Recovery tailors an individualized treatment plan for each client with lifelong recovery as the primary objective. Clients will engage in weekly individual sessions with both a Case Manager and Therapist. Clients will be required to attend a minimum of 4 self-help/12-step meetings per week. A Family Program will be offered every 8 weeks to those that choose to participate as we believe addiction is a family disease.

The Medical Director will service clients through health screenings, medication evaluations/treatment, and follow-up sessions. In addition, we will offer a neurofeedback system led by Dr. Gail A. Strawn, a Board Certified Traditional Naturopath. Dr. Gail also has a Master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition and Biology and will offer nutritional support to our clientele. The neurofeedback system will last for approximately twenty sessions and will take advantage of the brain’s ability to organize and normalize itself.

Whole Life Recovery Program Objectives

Make a change to achieve an authentic, fulfilling, and rewarding life

The main objectives at Whole Life Recovery are:

  • Interrupt the progression of disease through abstinence from alcohol and mind/mood altering drugs.
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Increase healthy relationships
  • Engage in the 12-Step Program
  • To preserve and build on receptivity and desire to change
  • Remain in the program for at least 90-days
  • Educate client and family about the disease of addiction
  • Teach new coping skills and tools necessary to change thinking and behavior by providing a skill based learning environment.
  • Offer a diversity of treatment approaches and strategies to meet needs of all clients.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans.
  • Clients will rate their treatment as "good" or "excellent"


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Every client’s path to recovery is different, we want to hear yours

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