Enhancing Life. Excelling in Care.
Y our new life can be achieved, but it won’t be a walk in the park. Addiction recovery is difficult, but it is so much simpler with the help of our addiction professionals. You have to do your part too, though. Committing to sobriety means committing to a policy of total honesty. If we don’t know how to help you, we won’t be able to provide the service and treatment that allows you to get sober. We have to know what ails you, what motivates you, who you are as a person, your personal and familial background, amongst many other intricate details. The more open you are, the more effective your treatment will be.
You are also expected to be completely transparent during group therapy sessions. The other clients will also rely on your honesty to help you, give you insight into a similar struggle, and provide effective advice. Without being honest, the other clients will feel like you aren’t doing your part and taking steps to recover. This is an environment of mutual respect and honest, judgement-free discourse.
We take great steps to ensure that you will be comfortable while you at one of our addiction recovery facilities. At Lousage Institute, you won’t feel judged or guilty for your past. On the contrary, you will come to learn why you did the things you wouldn’t normally do when you were on drugs.
Understand addiction is crucial to the customized addiction recovery program. Forgiving yourself and learning what you can do to avoid becoming the person you are when you’re doing drugs will ensure that you don’t go back to that old lifestyle. Through counseling and therapy, you will realize what coerced you to drugs in the first place.
Mental health is a key component to addiction recovery. To fully treat your addiction, we must identify and address any underlying conditions that may be contributing to and exacerbating your addiction. Nearly half of all people with an addiction have an underlying mental illness, but if it’s not mental health that has caused your addiction, there is surely a root cause. Personal trauma is often the culprit. Whatever ails you will be acknowledged, treated, and cared for.