Creating an Experience and Feeling Connected
With multiple locations for different programs in Arizona, Oregon and Nevada, ABT can give any client a positive experience. It is normal to show up to rehab feeling scared, unsure and alone. One of our staff’s first priorities is to help you get over those uneasy emotions. With group meetings and activities held daily, your feeling of isolation and guilt can fade away, because you are working with people who understand what you are going through.
The ABT experience allows everyone to get attentive care from doctors, nurses and therapists, while at the same time learning how to interact with others. Staff and clients work together to make everyone feel accepted and to let them know that help is available.
You can find the ABT experience at each of the following locations:
A True Path to Recovery
As you embark on your recovery journey with ABT, you will be assigned a dedicated case manager who will hear you, and help you, with your recovery and life needs – both within our treatment centers and with life issues that may arise for you outside of our treatment centers. You will meet with your case manager early, often and as much as necessary, to assure that you get the help you need. For example, your case manager can help write letters to court, help you receive passes to attend previously scheduled and important meetings, and help you to find the assistance you need to meet deadlines for employer-based FMLA or federal tax filing.
Your case-manager will also assist you with arranging your aftercare plan for continued post-treatment recovery. Sober-living options will be offered to you. Once you are ready to leave residence at our treatment facilities, you will have the option to continue your treatment within our renowned Evening IOP program. Insurance often covers this program, however, as long as you have successfully completed the personalized and tailored program of treatment our professionals set out for you, ABT is willing to provide each graduated client with scholarship opportunities that enable all graduates to partake in our Evening IOP program. Our Evening IOP program is led by a certified professional therapist and covers topics focusing on life, family, employment, and other issues that commonly arise for newly sober individuals.
Insurance often covers this program, as long as you have successfully completed the personalized program our professionals set out for you, ABT is willing to provide graduated clients with scholarship opportunities that enable them to partake in our Evening IOP program. Our Evening IOP program is led by a certified professional therapist and covers topics focusing on life, family, employment, and other issues that commonly arise for newly sober individuals.
Understanding the Levels of Care
It can be confusing to know what detox and rehab plan will work best for you. But do not let that be the reason you don’t pick up the phone to call for help. When you call our number, we will have someone who has been where you are now, explain to you the differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab. He or she will also compare the benefits of long-term care vs short-term care for you. We have different levels of care to cater to each client so that each individual can get the care that he or she needs. Do not let the confusion keep you from calling if you have any questions call to speak with an addiction specialist now.
Addiction is a Family Disease
When addiction becomes the focus of their life, it is not just the individual who suffers. Their entire family feels it too. The endless nights worrying if their loved one is still alive. The time spent thinking about what they could have done differently so their loved one would not feel the urge to abuse substances. Not to mention the amount of money that the legal and health troubles may have cost them. The reality is that when a loved one is abusing substances and exhibiting addictive behaviors it can be difficult to know how to help.
Nevertheless, familial help and support tend to be an indispensable ingredient to long-term recovery. Hence the ABT mission statement: ‘Saving Lives & Healing Families.’ As a company, we take our oath to fulfill this mission incredibly seriously. We welcome and encourage family members to visit on ‘Family Saturdays’ during which they can attend group therapy sessions; meeting in a group setting with other families in similar situations can help show that you and your loved one are not alone and that there are people who understand. We also encourage family members to schedule private appointments with the client’s licensed and primary therapist, wherein issues affecting the entire family unit can be discussed and addressed in a safe setting where privacy is assured.
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