Bridgeport drug rehab for adults is nestled in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire in the village of Canterbury.
Amidst beautiful surroundings, New Freedom Academy (NFA) is a 20 bed residential drug rehab treatment center for adults who are 18 and up. In addition to treating drug addiction, NFA has a team of professionals, led by a psychiatrist, who address the needs of men and women who present with co-occurring illnesses, including bipolar disease, depression and anxiety disorders. As an abstinence-based drug rehab center, NFA uses the 12 Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous along with a host of evidence-based holistic therapies and practices to judiciously substitute the addict’s dependence on addictive medications with healthy behaviors and lifestyle changes.
There are so many questions from families about Bridgeport drug rehab for adults when seeking help.
The addict is likely to be wondering about the length of time they can expect to be in drug rehab, and their family may be wondering how much they can afford. New Freedom Academy, a licensed primary residential treatment center, accepts many health care insurance plans. With a simple, stream-lined form, NFA can help interpret healthcare coverage and submit authorization requests and appeals to your insurer. The length of drug rehab varies with each client. That said, until a Bridgeport man or woman is fully evaluated, the suggested length of drug rehab remains undetermined.
The value of drug rehab in a residential setting like New Freedom Academy is measured by each client’s participation in the 12 Step program, group therapy, individual counseling, service work and a host of other activities directed toward achieving a sustainable recovery. To that end, NFA reaches out to family members, encouraging them to work on their own recovery by attending Al Anon Family Groups and CODA meetings, both of which educate and support the families and friends of addicts. NFA’s family services team works one-on one with family members, helping them recognize how their enabling and co-dependent behaviors may sabotage their loved one’s recovery, as well as their own.
And finally, New Freedom Academy believes that a continuum of care is a critical piece following residential drug rehab.
Upon leaving the structured and professionally managed drug rehab community of NFA, each person is given a detailed plan to help him maintain and enhance his recovery. New Freedom Academy understands the importance of relationships and vows to provide support to both the recovering addict and their family, long after residential treatment has ended. Our Bridgeport drug rehab for adults may be the right choice for you.
If you or a loved one are in need of Bridgeport drug rehab for adults, please contact the professionals at 1-877-852-4320. We are here to help.