Clearpoint is a private alcohol and drug addiction therapy center that blends kind care with the latest research-based therapy techniques to address both substance use disorders and underlying emotional problems. The disease of addiction can destroy everyone involved. It is our aim to address not only the physical and mental requirements of our clients but the emotional and spiritual requirements as well. Clearpoint offers a safe, private place to work on rehabilitation while also operating the everyday demands of life. Clearpoint is an accredited outpatient addiction treatment center providing complete and innovative care to teens, young grown-ups, and adults, as well as families affected by substance abuse and co-occurring mental health diseases.
They provide patient-centered individualized appraisals, intensive outpatient, individual outpatient, family counseling, and a long-term strategy for sustaining care. Depending on personal needs, clients can receive medication for up to three hours a day, three days a week, while retaining in their normal life at home. With proper treatment, clients will better be explained how their disease has affected their personal and professional life and how to handle their addiction in the future.
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Same day admissions are available. Our admissions process usually can accommodate admissions as quickly as within the first 24 hours following your initial phone consultation with one of our caring admissions counselors. There are rare exceptions to this general rule, such as times when we may have exceptionally limited bed availability or when special circumstances pertaining to your situation may prevent us from doing so.