Meetings are a large part of the healing process in recovery. They promote sharing, unity, socializing and being part of. They also have the benefit of giving you an opportunity to connect with other people, hear what addiction means to them and to gain knowledge of how other people are staying clean.
Our in-house group discussion sessions are designed to give you a warm and inviting space to share and learn. Most importantly, our groups are considered a safe place to be, where no thought is incorrect and everyone's ideas are welcomed. We are currently in the process of redesigning our program to offer even more.
Our registered acupuncturist comes to our house once a week to work with our clients. She offers a range of services to help with holistic healing. With over 20 years of experience we are happy to be able to offer this service to our residents. The benefits of acupuncture include relief of stress, anxiety, insomnia, arthritis and back pain, to name just a few.
Recovery has a lot to do with feeling good and part of feeling good has to do with your physical health. With a selection of free-weight equipment available, you'll feel better about your physical health. Your nutritional expectations should be of high importance in your recovery as well, and we will not only meet but exceed those expectations. Click here for more information how.
Our houses are a safe environment to be for everyone. We are not a harm-reduction facility but, in fact, a recovery facility. We have a zero tolerance policy against drugs, violence and crime. Everyone is encouraged to respect each other and respect themselves. There is a staff member available, on site, 24/7 to handle help assist with any issues that may arise.
We are excited to offer a unique recovery experience. Our life skills/recovery skills groups have been designed to provide residents education on multiple recovery models. Recovery is very individual; at Back On Track we value choice, our program gives clients the ability to choose a recovery plan that empowers them. Click here to see what it is all about.