What kind of counseling and community service programs does the Treatment Center offer? Do they provide private, group, in-house, or outpatient (after-care) counseling? How involved is the family in the therapeutic process? What is the staff-to-patient-load ratio? Is the entire staff on-site? How many beds are there in the Treatment Center? Is the Treatment Center a fully licensed state facility? Is it true that all medical and counseling personnel have degrees from nationally recognized schools? How does one pay for treatment at an In-House Center?

Length of Stay

What is the treatment strategy for determining the length of stay? How long does the average stay last? During the first week, how much interaction does a client have with an addiction specialist? What about weeks two and three? Is the addiction specialist available to the client while they are in recovery?

AARAMBH FOUNDATION Offers In-House Drug and Alcohol Rehab

At Aarambh Foundation, we understand that finding the right treatment center is critical to breaking the cycle of addiction. Relapse prevention is a signature trademark of everything we do because we take a long-term approach to treatment. We approach professional treatment on a case-by-case basis after carefully assessing and evaluating all prospective clients to ensure the highest quality care possible.

Our on-site staff of addiction specialists and therapists provides 24-hour supervision and care in the treatment of alcohol/drug-dependent behavior and mental disorders. Aarambh Foundation adheres strictly to the Twelve Step Program's fundamental principles of recovery, and we offer daily discussion groups and study classes in which all residents are encouraged to participate. Traditional counseling is available in-house and outpatient for individuals, small groups, and families, but we also provide a more experiential or holistic approach.

We want to give our residents every opportunity to address past issues in a safe and fearless environment, so they can effectively move toward permanent freedom from addiction. Yoga, exercise, and life skills classes address the whole person's needs and vision. Community service programs provide invaluable training and experience in order to promote social reintegration, stability, and job skills. Come find the hope and restoration you've been looking for. Call or go to a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center near you today.

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