Drug abuse and addiction can leave the sufferer as well as friends and family, at a loss.
Often times individuals feel hopeless when they try to quit, but find they cannot or find that they can’t stay sober. At New Freedom Academy, we are dedicated to helping people and their loved ones find hope, freedom, and joy. While drug addiction can make life seem impossible, recovery truly is within reach. New Freedom Academy, a Boston drug addiction rehab, can help you or your loved one find and maintain lasting sobriety and a new way of life. NFA is located in Canterbury, NH, just a little over an hour’s drive from Boston, MA. Our 20 bed dormitory and other facility buildings are on 17 pristine acres in the southern end of Lakes Region of central New Hampshire.
NFA offers a targeted approach, focusing on the recovery of adults, ages 18+.
We believe that while an individual is in treatment, they should receive the utmost benefit possible. Therefore, we have created a program that is intensive, applying an integrated approach of cutting-edge clinical systems and a daily 12-step practice. Clients will take part in some traditional clinical therapy, such as individual therapy and therapeutic small process groups, as well as advanced treatments, such as specialty and experiential therapy groups, motivational interviewing, CBT and DBT modalities and EMDR trauma therapy. In addition to clinical therapy, our clients will benefit from life skills training, nutrition programs, and body-centered therapies such as yoga and fitness.
At our Boston drug addiction rehab, we firmly believe in the use of the 12 Step program, as outlined in the AA book, Alcoholics Anonymous.
Often affectionately referred to as The Big Book, this text contains clear-cut directions on how to recover from this deadly illness. Here, the words ‘recover’ and ‘cure’ can sometimes be confused. There is no cure for the disease of addiction. There is, however, a way to recover from the obsession to use drugs and alcohol. This allows a person to move forward, and make other changes that will ensure their sobriety and freedom. The 12 steps are a blueprint for living and we have found that by acquainting our clients with the program, we can help them build a more solid foundation for lasting recovery.
New Freedom Academy also has a co-occurring disorders team that is dedicated to helping adults address any other difficulties they might be facing, such as depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. Our exceptional team of psychiatrists and master’s-level therapists are all well-versed in addiction treatment. Our Boston drug addiction rehab is committed to helping our clients make a full, whole body and mind recovery.