Addiction is life-altering, and in many instances life-threatening—but nobody is ever beyond the reach of recovery. It is more than possible to achieve a life free from the pain of addiction and full of happiness and health, especially when the proper clinical treatment is sought. This, ultimately, is the message of hope that we deliver at New Steps Recovery Center. We are ambassadors of recovery, and champions of the idea that anyone who is struggling with addiction can start leading a new, full and rich life now.
Our mission is to provide comprehensive addiction recovery services, an unsurpassed treatment experience that inspires our clients to awaken their own desires and commit to long-term change. We provide a nurturing, supportive environment in which clients can receive the compassion and encouragement they need to move toward self-recovery. We direct them at every step of the way using the most advanced, evidence-based addiction treatment methods—the 12-step program, one-on-one counseling, group therapies and beyond.
We also place a heavy focus on sober living, which is key. We do not merely want clients to achieve recovery, but to maintain it, even amidst the trials and tumult of life. As such, we provide the tools and strategies needed to cope and to recover over the long run, and we provide a safe space in which to practice those tools and strategies. We strive to help all of our clients prevent against relapse and ultimately sustain good health in body, mind and soul.
It is important to us that everyone who is struggling with addiction understands: Recovery is possible. It begins when you seek help, and invest in self-love and self-care. Begin your own journey toward lasting recovery today.
We know what our clients are going through first-hand. Our staff has many recovering addicts and alcoholics, including our therapists. We understand that learning to live a satisfying life in sobriety means learning how to manage with the pressure and stress of everyday life without the crutch of alcohol or drugs. It does not mean only learning how to live soberly in rehab.