Our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment plan is highly effective. One of the largest reasons for this is because the alumni of our program are given the opportunity to stay involved by coming back to serve those who are just entering the program. This approach of giving back makes us unique and is what creates our family environment.
We are here to bring hope to the hopeless. We are here to bring opportunity to those who feel their loss. We are here to bring peace to those who have turmoil. We are here to give back to those who have taken so much from themselves.
We believe in healing the family as well as the substance abuser. We are here to provide all those who want recovery the opportunity begin the process of regaining their lives.
It is rooted in an ethical standard of treatment that was once practiced and should be again: how people are treated during their stay with 449 is as important as the loving care that they receive.
Those who will come to our program are people in need of help. Though some of them are surviving on limited resources, they often exhibit great courage simply trying to get through each day.
Our “Culture of Caring” concept recognizes the strengths of those in need and also respects their dignity. We will seek to heal not only the disease of addiction, but also the injury caused by bias, prejudice and indifference.