People begin using drugs and alcohol for many different reasons.
No matter the circumstances, though, individuals often find that when they try to control or quit using these substances, they are unable to do so. Fortunately, there is an abundance of treatment options available. That being said, it is important to find the treatment option that best fits your personal situation. New Freedom Academy, a New England adult treatment center, is program that provides clients an intensive treatment with a targeted approach. NFA focuses on the recovery of adults, ages 18+. Our primary treatment center utilizes a combination of cutting-edge clinical systems and the 12-Steps. NFA’s New England adult treatment center is located in central New Hampshire within the historic town of Canterbury.
It is common for individuals who are suffering with addiction to also be battling a secondary issue, such as depression, bipolar disorder, or anxiety.
At NFA, we have an entire team dedicated to helping clients with co-occurring disorders understand what they are going through and begin to recover from all that ails them. Our co-occurring disorders treatment team is comprised of licensed and expert professionals who are all well-versed in addiction treatment.
Early sobriety is usually a difficult time for individuals, so we waste no time getting our adults started on the road to lasting recovery. Clients will benefit from individual therapy, therapeutic small process groups, specialty and experiential therapy groups, motivational interviewing, and several other clinical therapy approaches. In addition, adults at our New England adult treatment center will have access to life skills training, nutritional programs, yoga and meditation groups, and other advantages provided by our facility and treatment team.
At New Freedom Academy, we are a 12-Step centered New England adult treatment center.
We use the 12-Step program as laid out in the Alcoholics Anonymous text, also known as ‘The Big Book’. This text contains precise instructions on how to recover from the deadly illness of addiction. While no one can actually be cured of this illness, individuals who wholeheartedly follow this program can recover from the obsession to use and drink. They can recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. By taking responsibility for their lives and learning a new way of life, one that is centered around service, they can begin living happy and productive lives.