Coming to terms with an addiction isn’t easy, especially when an individual is overwhelmed with regret, fear, shame, or other challenging emotions. However, Moving Mountains Recovery believes that addiction is a disease treatable with dignity and respect. The team uses a holistic and individualized approach to recovery to help patients embrace sober lifestyles. Taking a whole-person approach to healing means offering a continuum of care and clinically proven treatments while combatting the ever-growing drug/alcohol epidemic facing Americans. The team’s years of experience with addiction and helping others create new foundations keep patients engaged in recovery to thrive in all aspects of life.
The first step to rehabilitation is drug and alcohol detoxification, where the body disposes of substances and harmful chemicals. While the process results in symptoms of fever, nausea, cravings, vomiting, and chills, they differ from one person to another and the drugs/substances they previously consumed. Some patients desire an at-home detox even though it may be dangerous since they lack sufficient resources to prevent hallucinations, seizures, mood swings, or relapses. Fortunately, the treatment center has close connections with detox facilities to help patients gain admission to one that matches their needs before transitioning to inpatient/outpatient treatment programs. The detox facilities comprise healthcare providers who offer 24/7 observation, medications, continuous monitoring, and IV fluids to minimize withdrawal symptoms.
As each patient’s treatment plan works for them, Moving Mountains Recovery can recommend an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for ongoing support without the requirements of living at the facility or 24-hour care. The program gives patients medical and psychological help, from group counseling to life skills, relapse prevention skills, holistic therapies, self-acceptance tips, or weekly recreation therapy. In an outpatient program, patients must travel to the treatment center for several programming hours each week as they reside elsewhere. The team uses behavioral therapy, family counseling, and other approaches to maintain accountability and dedication to recovery.
A popular intensive treatment option at Moving Mountains Recovery is the partial care (PC) program which provides patients with multifaceted, evidence-based treatments to heal the spirit, mind, and body. They attend the program as many hours per week as they would a full-time job, perfect for patients who need higher levels of care or minimal distractions. They undergo medication management and an array of traditional therapies with nurse practitioners, psychiatrists, and doctors to persevere through challenging life situations that occur early in recovery. The team works with patients to help them re-establish broken personal relationships, renewing their ability to sustain friendships with loved ones or others in recovery.
The treatment center was born from the notion that recovery is more than getting off drugs/alcohol but creating a new life full of passion so patients can thrive beyond addiction. Check out their website to learn more about Moving Mountains Recovery, or call 9733975055 to get help. They are at 2 Emery Ave, Randolph, NJ, 07869, US.
Moving Mountains Recovery
2 Emery Ave