Chronic drug relapse is a continuous cycle of addiction and sobriety. Chronic relapsers may stay sober days, months or years before relapsing. They often make several attempts at sobriety but find themselves back at the bar, the dealer or in treatment after relapsing time and time again.
The Ranch drug rehab is the last stop — the one that finally works — for countless people who find themselves in and out of addiction treatment programs, struggling to maintain sobriety.
Here is why our program will help you or your loved one finally stop the chronic drug relapse cycle and achieve long-term sobriety:
From drug and alcohol detox to aftercare support, we use clinically proven methods for treating addiction. If necessary, clients begin with 24/7 medically monitored drug detox where we prescribe evidence-based medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. Our inpatient drug rehab uses therapies and approaches grounded in science such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused care, 12-step work, and mindfulness. Our aftercare program is based on approaches proven to support long-term recovery such as regular check-ins, sober peer support, and relapse prevention tools.
Many people who abuse substances have co-occurring mental health disorders or underlying trauma. Our team will assess all of these potential contributors so that we can properly address and treat them. We ensure mental illnesses like depression, anxiety, and ADHD are managed with appropriate medications and evidence-based therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy. Clients also engage in trauma-focused therapies like EMDR if clinically appropriate. Addressing the reasons behind addiction lessens the need for destructive coping mechanisms.
Preparation for Real-World Recovery
The Ranch drug rehab is a nurturing, protective setting in which to do the work of recovery. During their stay, clients also prepare for everyday life after treatment. We want our clients to succeed in sobriety when they leave The Ranch. That’s why we help them practice skills that support independence, resilience and a healthy lifestyle. Clients live in a home with peers and learn to navigate interpersonal challenges that arise in everyday relationships. They are also responsible for grocery shopping, cooking their own meals, managing their medications (with nurse supervision) and completing assigned chores.
Another part of preparing for real-world recovery is developing healthy coping skills to replace destructive behaviors. Clients develop a toolbox of skills that helps them identify and prepare for triggers. Clients will draw on tools like mindfulness, yoga, spirituality, journaling and creative ways to express emotions through art and music. They’ll also learn to recognize relapse warning signs and reach out for help before it’s too late.
Just like the person with addiction, family members must recover from the impact addiction has had on their lives. At The Ranch, family is involved in treatment through regular family therapy via teleconference or on campus. We also offer a week-long family program that many say has changed their lives and their relationships with their loved ones. Family members learn about the disease of addiction. They also learn about family roles and attachment patterns and how to best support each other in recovery.
Full Continuum of Care
We offer varying lengths of stay and levels of care, from medical detox and comprehensive physical and psychological assessments to inpatient drug rehab. Clients may choose to attend our intensive outpatient program after residential care so they can return to work or school while maintaining a strong foothold in treatment. We also offer a 12-month continuing care plan and a free weekly support group run by The Ranch alumni that clients can continue to attend as long as they desire.
Make This Time Count
Addiction is a disease of the brain. It is tough to tackle, but the right treatment and a commitment to getting better can end the chronic relapse cycle. Call us for a free, confidential assessment. Learn why this time will be different.