The New Direction- Highly Structured Alcoholism Treatment
Highly structured alcoholism treatment provided by The New Direction reduces free time in an effort to keep risky behaviors, cravings and anxiety at bay during the early days of sobriety.
Alcoholism treatment can help you overcome your addiction!
Studies show that structure and stability increase the chances of alcohol addiction recovery. The New Direction is proud to offer a highly structured treatment program for high-functioning alcoholics, that reduce the risk of relapse during treatment by providing a rigorous educational program in a structured environment where addicts are free from their own risky behaviors. Understanding that in the early days of sobriety a recovering addict is a danger to themselves; The New Direction aims to provide a structured program that eliminates downtime and reduces free time in an effort to reduce the anxiety and cravings that come with open freedom.
Having a commitment to helping individuals who are engaged in stressful occupations, The New Direction is experienced with providing alcoholism recovery in a structured environment where individuals attend daily in-house group sessions and individual counseling sessions based on the 12 step program of Alcoholic’s Anonymous over the course of 21 days. Of course it’s not all structure and busy time, there are times of reflection and relaxation, but these times are sparingly met in a warm and positive atmosphere that is free from drugs or alcohol which further works to reduce temptation.
In addition to the structured counseling and group meetings that are provided at The New Direction, recovering addicts can also invite their family members for Saturday visits that introduce the members of the family to the Al-Anon Family program. This program offers a structured healing phase for the families and loved ones of those who are taking part in the 12 step recovery program at The New Direction.
Through structured learning and alcoholism treatment, individuals at The New Direction can expect to start off on the right foot to recovery from alcoholism in a peaceful and supportive environment. The 21 day alcoholism treatment program offered by The New Direction is affordable, effective and structured to provide individuals with chance to make a full recovery from alcoholism and live sober.
For more information or to learn more about the structured alcoholism treatment offered at The New Direction, call 607-865-4511 or visit their website at TheNewDirection.com
About The New Direction
The New Direction operates in a beautiful turn of the century farmhouse nestled in a picturesque Catskill Mountain valley. Its charm is accented by a huge red barn, 200 acres of rolling meadows, trout streams and a lovely spring-fed pond; ideal for swimming in the summer and skating in the winter. Inside the house is a bright cheery atmosphere of love and understanding, superb food and comfortable surroundings intended to make our guests’ stay a memorable one. We do allow smoking in designated areas throughout the property.
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