Holistic Drug Rehab Center. If you’ve been through a 12-Step program that didn’t work for you, know that you’re not alone. While many people have found these programs helpful, one approach doesn’t necessarily fit all – and that’s okay. The journey to recovery is a highly personal one, and it looks different for everyone.
Conventional addiction treatment can be effective up until a certain point, but if it fails to dig deep enough into the origins of the addiction – the belief systems and energetic causes that drive it – the unconscious coping mechanisms you’ve developed to deal with it can (and often do) start to reappear. This leaves some people who’ve completed 12-Step addiction treatment with a nagging feeling that something is still missing. The search for that missing piece leads many to seek out treatment a holistic drug rehab center.
The Sanctuary offers holistic drug rehabilitation that focuses your healing process as a whole. This means that we go beyond treatment at just the mental level and also address the physical, emotional and spiritual components of healing.
I’m Tired of Standard AA Meetings. How are Holistic Drug Rehabs Different?
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings follow the principles of the 12 Steps and offer a basis for support, usually as a follow-up to (but sometimes in lieu of) inpatient addiction treatment. Many people find the structure and fellowship that AA offers to be hugely beneficial, especially in early recovery.
In a disease-model paradigm, continuous support from a sober community is necessary to maintain abstinence from substances, because the threat of relapse is always present. The main way holistic, non-12 Step drug rehab differs from this is in the belief system it’s based on.
The 12 Steps require an admission of powerlessness over addiction. Step One states, “We admit we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.” But at The Sanctuary, we believe in empowerment over addiction. We don’t view you as sick; we seek to reconnect you with your true inner strength and innate potential for change. And we believe that when the causes of your addiction are identified, worked through and healed on a much deeper level, you can regain the ability to thrive.
You don’t have to be in recovery – you can be recovered.