Substance abuse, which differs from addiction in that it is a behavioral issue, refers to the abusive use of alcohol or drugs that are not part of any prescribed medical treatment plan in order to reach a “high” or get quick relief from stress or anxiety. What can often begin as an occasional use of alcohol or drugs can exacerbate into a substance use disorder with increasingly frequent and excessive use of mind-altering substances that have the potential to negatively affect your health as well as personal and work relationships. Without treatment, it can lead to addiction, or physical dependency on a substance, which is a chronic condition. At Welwynn, substance use disorder can be successfully treated, and reoccurrence prevented.
Our Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program combines the highest standard of care with the flexibility required to accommodate your busy lifestyle. We recognize the importance of maintaining your professional commitments while addressing substance abuse issues, and our program is carefully crafted to strike the ideal balance.
Embark on a transformational journey towards lasting recovery. Contact us today to learn more about our Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program designed exclusively for executives, professionals, and their families. Regain control of your life, restore your well-being, and reestablish healthy relationships. You don’t have to face this alone; we are here to guide you every step of the way.
We are aware of just how difficult it is to gather the courage to seek help particularly given the stigma associated with drug addiction, fearing what life will be like without drugs and the uncertainty with leaving drugs behind and beginning to reclaim the life you left. At Welwynn, you will never be judged or looked down upon for any of these factors and your treatment will always remain confidential. We will help you understand what effects drugs have on your life, how to recognize and deal with the cravings after detox and how best to deal with the feelings that are at the root cause of your addiction.