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What Our Clients Say

"I needed a pain management program and had been on a tremendous amount of medications (morphine for migraines was actually prescribed to me at one point). I knew my meds were out of control and so did Clarity Way. Dr. Rob worked so closely with me and really listened to my concerns, as did the whole nursing staff. They were great and really helped in whatever way they could. Dr. Rob was willing to work with me on my tapers off of different meds to make sure that I was comfortable so that I could have the benefits of therapy while doing my detox. I was not always the easiest to deal with so a huge thanks to the whole medical team! Katrina especially was awesome as was Lisa who handled my insurance billing for my reimbursement, which was extremely helpful! Also, we worked on pain management with the fitness staff as well as the therapy team and Dr. Rob, everyone really is involved, and the nutrition education was really helpful too. So grateful to be off of drugs and feeling better without them - if you're on extreme levels of medications (i.e. morphine, xanax, oxycontin, alcohol (self-prescribed), etc.) then Clarity Way can really help."

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Heal in Privacy and Serenity at Clarity Way’s Alcohol & Drug Addiction Rehab

Inpatient Help for Loved Ones

Clarity Way and The Cottage at Clarity Way, our approach to substance abuse recovery incorporates the most progressive holistic modalities in drug rehab care today. The caring, experienced staff at Clarity Way is fully equipped to help you or your loved one throughout this difficult process. We know you require the utmost care when it comes to an issue as sensitive as addiction. It’s for this reason our client- and family-centered facility allows only 17 rehab and 6 detox clients at one time, fostering tight bonds in our small, community-oriented environment and promoting our high staff-to-client ratio.

Client-focused Addiction Rehab Programs

At our drug addiction rehab, most treatments include a medically supervised detox for the well-being of the addict, followed by an intensive, inpatient rehabilitation program customized to suit our clients' individualized needs, as well as the needs of their loved ones. We employ progressive modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing Therapy, Nutrition and Fitness Training, Music and Art therapies, and Family Therapy to provide a whole-self recovery plan that helps our clients feel emotionally, physically, and spiritually strong. Many clients depart Clarity Way feeling the best they have felt in years — and because we believe in a comprehensive Aftercare program, our caring and experienced staff continue to play active roles in each client’s recovery long after inpatient care ends.

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Treatment of All Addictions, Including Primary Substance Abuse of Drugs and Alcohol

The staff at Clarity Way is qualified to treat every addiction, including the primary substance abuse of drugs and alcohol as well as dual diagnosis. The addictions we treat include, but are not limited to:

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Alcohol is a depressant, which slows your body down, making it difficult to think more clearly, interfering with communication between brain cells.

    Long-term heavy drinking is associated with numerous health problems, including liver cirrhosis, pancreatitis, cancers of the liver, mouth, throat, larynx and esophagus and may lead to high blood pressure.

    At Clarity Way, you will begin your treatment program with an alcohol abuse detox that is very closely supervised by our expert team.

  • Barbiturates Addiction
  • Legally prescribed for medical use, barbiturates are used for sedatives, hypnotics, anesthetics and anticonvulsants. Users can develop a physical and psychological tolerance over time, making overdose a dangerous possibility.

  • Bath Salts Addiction
  • Bath salts are a physically addictive drug that produce symptoms similar to cocaine and amphetamines, but are often associated with extremely violent and/or aggressive behavior. The long-term effects of bath salts are relatively unknown, but individuals do respond well to treatment.

  • Benzodiazepines Addiction
  • Benzodiazepines are often used therapeutically to produce sedation, induce sleep, relieve anxiety and muscle spasms, and to prevent seizures.

    Continued use can lead to physical and psychological dependence. Users need to increase doses to achieve the desired effect, eventually finding themselves unable to sleep without them.

  • Cocaine Addiction
  • Cocaine users feel euphoric, talkative and mentally alert. Long-term snorting may cause the nose cartilage to dissolve. Over time, ingestion of the drug can lead to paranoid psychosis and even death.

  • Codeine Addiction
  • Codeine is one of the most medically used narcotics in the world and is often abused for its opiate effects. Long-term use can cause the brain to stop endorphin production, high blood pressure, liver damage and/or stomach ulcers.

  • Demerol (Meperidine) Addiction
  • Demerol, or meperidine, is an extremely powerful painkiller that many individuals become dependent on due to increased tolerances developing. Due to the increase in tolerance, more of the drug is required to achieve the same effects, thus increasing the likelihood of dependency as a result.

  • Hallucinogens Addiction
  • Hallucinogens are habit-forming substances that are extremely dangerous. Our drug recovery care center helps clients addicted to hallucinogens get back to reality through medically-supervised detox and an individualized rehab program.

  • Heroin Addiction
  • The most abused and rapidly acting opiate available, heroin provides users with a sense of euphoria. Over time, users may develop collapsed veins, abscesses, liver disease, pulmonary complications or even death.

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  • Hydrocodone (Vicodin) Addiction
  • A weak opiate derived from codeine and typically combined with acetaminophen, hydrocodone is legally prescribed for pain relief and habit forming. Over time, vicodin causes the brain to slow and, in some cases, cease to produce endorphins, resulting in severe pain without it.

  • Inhalants Addiction
  • Inhalants produce effects similar to alcohol. The substances used are found in common household products, such as glues, lighter fluid, cleaning fluids and paint products. Chronic use of inhalants has been associated with a number of serious health problems, including sometimes irreversible damage to the heart, lungs, liver and kidneys.

  • LSD Addiction
  • The short-term effects of LSD are unpredictable and depend on the amount of the drug taken, the user's personality, mood, expectations and surroundings. Over time, users may also develop long-lasting psychoses, such as schizophrenia or severe depression.

  • Marijuana Addiction
  • Marijuana is the most commonly abused drug in the United States. Users may also experience pleasant sensations, colors and sounds, or sleepiness and/or depression. Users can also experience anxiety, fear, panic and distrust.

    Long-term use of marijuana can lead to respiratory problems, similar to those of tobacco smokers, including cancer of the respiratory tract and lungs. Marijuana smoke contains 50 to 70 percent more carcinogenic hydrocarbons than tobacco smoke.

  • MDMA (Ecstasy) Addiction
  • MDMA is an illegal drug that produces an energizing effect, along with distortions in time and perception and enhanced enjoyment form tactile experiences. It also creates feelings of closeness, empathy, sexuality and reduced inhibitions.

    Ecstasy can lead to long-term damage to neurons that are immediately related to mood, thinking and judgment. A study in nonhuman primates shows that exposure to MDMA for only 4 days caused damage to serotonin nerve terminals that was still evident 6 years later. Research has shown it to be unsafe for human consumption.

  • Meth Addiction (Methamphetamines)
  • Methamphetamine is a highly addictive synthetic drug containing potent central nervous system stimulant properties. Long-term meth use can cause functional and molecular changes to the brain. Use can lead to violent behavior, anxiety, confusion and insomnia.

  • Methadone Addiction
  • Methadone is commonly used to relieve pain and can help reduce the symptoms caused from narcotics withdrawal; unfortunately when abused, methadone can cause serious side effects.

  • Opiate Addiction
  • Opiates are used to relieve pain, but can become habit-forming. Because the body develops a tolerance to the drug, the user can experience life-threatening results. It is important to seek help immediately if you or someone you know has acquired a dependency on this dangerous narcotic.

  • Over the Counter Drug Addiction
  • Over-the-counter (or OTC) drugs has become one of the biggest trends for drug use among teenagers in recent years. Additionally, many individuals seeking symptom relief become dependent on particular drugs. Clarity Way is qualified to help individuals who have seen the negative health consequences of becoming dependent on various OTC drugs.

  • OxyContin Addiction Treatment (Oxycodone)
  • Oxycodone is an opiate derived from morphine and is legally prescribed for pain relief. Users can suffer withdrawal symptoms when discontinuing alone. Supervised medical detox is a necessity.

  • PCP Addiction
  • PCP, or Phencyclidine, often abused for its hallucinogenic effects. Many users of this dangerous substance suffer from sever negative changes in ego and body image.

  • Percocet Addiction
  • Percocet is a commonly prescribed painkiller and easily abused. The effects of percocet can quickly affect the brain's reward system and the need to take more is common as the tolerance for its painkilling effect grows.

  • Steroid Addiction
  • Steroids are man-made substances linked to testosterone and often abused, which can lead to violent tendencies and cardiovascular diseases, including heart attacks and strokes, even in athletes under the age of 30.

  • Suboxone Addiction
  • Suboxone is commonly prescribed for purposes of detoxing and dealing with withdrawal side effects. Suboxone is actually very effective when used appropriately, however those who take in excess often suffer from dangerous side effects.

Getting Help

Drug Addiction Rehab Programs Tailored to the Individual

Addiction comes in many different forms, including prescription drug abuse. Each addiction is unique in its own right and treatment is determined upon specific drug of choice. Clarity Way has many different treatment programs tailored to unique individuals.

A Holistic Approach to Drug Addiction Rehab

The best addiction clinics do more than only treat the physical symptoms. We take a holistic approach to addiction rehab that focuses on the mind, body and spirit. Our treatment and addiction counseling programs address the medical, clinical and spiritual needs of each client.

If you or a loved one suffers from an addiction, call Clarity Way immediately to learn more about our rehab programs and to GET HELP NOW!