non-12 step rehabs and treatments

Non-12 Step Rehabs and Treatments

Non-12 step rehab successNon-12 step rehab programs are ideal for someone who wants to try a different approach to addiction treatment. We can help you find the best.

One of the most important factors in choosing a non-12 step rehab is to know what methods are used and how the process will help you get off drugs and alcohol permanently. This is some of the information we can help with so that you have a better idea of what to look for.

Call us today at 1-877-920-2533.

Why Choose a Non-12 Step Rehab?

There can be several factors that draw someone to an alternative form of addiction treatment. One of the most common is that they have tried multiple times unsuccessfully to get clean through 12-step programs and are now looking for something different.

Another reason is that they don't agree with the mindset that addiction is an incurable disease. They believe that they can be healed and need the right form of help to get there, rather than thinking that they are hopeless. They don't want to feel like their next relapse is just around the corner and that they have to take it one day at a time. It could also be as simple as not wanting to attend meetings after treatment, wanting a longer-term program, or looking for a more holistic program that doesn't rely on prescription drugs to treat addiction-related symptoms.

If you fit into one of these categories, or have your own reason for seeking non-12 step rehabs, we can help you locate one that suits your needs.

Non-12 Step Highlights

Here are the main points to evaluate when you are considering a non-12 step rehab program instead of a traditional treatment center:

  • Longer-Term
  • Not Disease-Based
  • No Meetings or Group Counseling
  • Usually Not Pharmaceutically-Based
  • Focus on Self-Empowerment
  • Not Faith-Based

Contact Us for Information on Non-12 Step Rehab Programs. Call 1-877-920-2533.

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