When you’re at MRC, you’ll immediately feel immense community support. From our staff to your peers alongside you in treatment, you’ll see that you’re not alone in your struggles. Group therapy will provide you with a sense of knowing that you’re not the only one with an opiate addiction.
Even though the community aspect is important, we understand that you have your own personal struggles that brought you here. Upon enrollment, our compassionate professionals will provide you with an individualized treatment program to help you recover. Although each person in treatment is suffering from the same disease of addiction, the causes are often different. Our goal is to work closely with you to find out your specific needs in order to help.
Our program offers a variety of treatments to help you on your journey. Some of these programs include:
When you hear about holistic treatment, you may think it has something to do with magical plants and herbs. Holistic simply means treatment methods that don’t involve pharmaceutical medications. Here at Memphis Recovery Centers, we’re going to get you involved with yoga as well as meditation in order to support your recovery. These are both great for dealing with post-acute withdrawal symptoms as well as cravings.
More and more modern scientific studies confirm that meditation is one of the best ways to help support recovery. Meditation helps your mind cope with feelings, emotions, and cravings in a healthy way. Rather than running from them, you’ll learn how to embrace them and let them flow through you. Not only does this practice help during treatment, but it will help you during post-treatment life as well.
Yoga accompanies meditation perfectly, and it also helps your body heal much faster than usual. Many post-acute withdrawal symptoms arise because of damaged muscles and nerves. Our substance abuse treatment programs will give you the holistic resources to heal properly and thrive in recovery.
Our addiction treatment program puts a huge emphasis on family therapy for your recovery. While in your active addiction, you may have hurt the people who care about you the most. This doesn’t mean that you have to beat yourself up about the past, but you need to learn how to move forward. We’re going to teach you the skills needed to begin repairing broken relationships with your loved ones.
Memphis Recovery also wants your family to be involved as much as possible with the treatment process. The family needs to understand what you’re going through and learn how to help your recovery. They’ll learn how to set boundaries and heal themselves while supporting you throughout the process.
Ready to start a new, substance-free life? Call Memphis Recovery Centers now at 866-304-8254.