Your story is unique – your treatment plan should be, too.
Your treatment plan is developed just for you, then evaluated daily to fit your unique healing path.
At Sabino Recovery, we recognize that an addiction to drugs can be complicated. Only by understanding the cause are we are able to effectively treat drug abuse and addiction.
For some, the use of drugs is a way of medicating difficult emotions, experiences, and memories. Drug use quickly becomes a way to escape those difficult emotions the cause of which often lies in the pain of past trauma.
For others, due to a genetic predisposition, what begins as a routine prescription or innocent experimentation quickly escalates to addiction and dependence. Stopping becomes impossible, and will-power powerless. The resulting damage to their lives, relationships, and careers leaves lasting scars.
Regardless of the cause, the result is that many find themselves struggling not only with addiction but also with co-occurring disorders such as depression and anxiety. Drug addiction does not resolve itself. It will not just go away. Careful assessment and comprehensive treatment is required for the chance to live a healthy sober life. If left untreated drug addiction is progressive and fatal.
WHY IS SABINO RECOVERY RIGHT FOR YOU?
At Sabino Recovery we know that high quality, effective treatment cannot be improvised. We craft a targeted, individualized treatment plan for you only after thoroughly assessing and understanding the ways that drug addiction has impacted you.
When the brain is hijacked by drugs, will-power becomes powerless. Yet, your brain is resilient and so are you. The treatment program at Sabino Recovery is designed to take advantage of neuroplasticity – your brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections in order to adapt and adjust to new situations, experiences, and environments. Your resilience is a powerful force.
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12-STEP, OR NOT
Sabino Recovery believes that not everyone recovers the same way. For this reason, we are not a 12-Step Based program; we offer exposure to a variety of recovery methods, including 12-Step for those that are interested. If a resident would like to seek support in the 12-Step process, our therapists have a thorough knowledge of the program and are able to incorporate its principles into an individual’s therapeutic process.
Additionally, while here at Sabino Recovery, residents who are interested have the opportunity to attend one weekly, offsite 12-Step meeting. There is also an option to attend an on-site, staff led & peer-driven 12-Step meeting focusing on a variety of topics such as alcoholism, addiction, and codependency. Either of these options is designed to offer exposure to 12-Step recovery while supporting the spiritual journey of our residents.
By offering exposure to 12-Step recovery, interested residents are able to learn more about the background, format, and principles of 12-Step meetings. The goal of Sabino Recovery is to help anyone interested feel comfortable continuing their journey in their hometown. This typically includes finding a “home group,” choosing a sponsor, and completing the steps.
In peaceful, restorative Tucson, Arizona
Many who come to Sabino Recovery for help with addiction may not identify past trauma as one of the reasons they are struggling with addiction. Current research is uncovering the link between trauma and addiction. By some estimates, over two-thirds of people seeking treatment for addiction report one or more traumatic life experience. In fact, among men diagnosed with PTSD, addiction is the most common co-occurring disorder, followed by depression. At Sabino Recovery our program is specifically designed to treat addiction as well as the trauma that may be fueling it.
Sabino Recovery offers a 35-day inpatient drug rehab program in Tucson, Arizona.
AM I AN ADDICT?
While there is currently not a conclusive blood test or genetic test for drug addiction, answering “yes” to 3 or more of the following questions puts you at a high risk for drug addiction.
- Do you use the substance in larger amounts or for longer than the you meant to?
- Do you want to cut down or stop using the substance but cannot?
- Do you spend a lot of time getting, using, or recovering from drug use?
- Do you have cravings and urges to use the substance?
- Has work, home or school, become unmanageable because of substance use?
- Do you continuing to use, even when it causes problems in relationships?
- Have you given up important social, occupational or recreational activities because of substance use?
- Do you use drugs again and again, even when it puts the you in danger?
- Do you need more of the substance to get the effect you want?
- Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop using such as seizures, blackouts, tremors, etc.?