What We Offer

  • Detox Services

    While in detox, you will receive the highest quality medical care from our 24-hour nursing staff. Most of our clients come to us for help when they start to experience withdrawal symptoms from alcohol, opioids (such as oxycodone, heroin, Fentanyl, and Dilaudid), or benzodiazepines (such as Xanax and Klonopin). Rest assured that you will receive a safe and medically supervised detoxification from almost any substance that you may be addicted to, including designer drugs like MDMA or Ecstasy.

    We also recognize that you may have other medical issues (such as diabetes, hypertension, or other physical conditions) that may need to be addressed in addition to your chemical dependency.

    Our medical doctors can evaluate you and provide treatment for your other medical needs as well as any ancillary services that you might need during your detox, which will last between 5 and 7 days.

  • Inpatient Treatment

    This is the highest level of treatment available. In our inpatient program, you will be medically supervised 24-7 and are provided with a secure environment to transition from detox to less intensive levels of treatment. Here, you will be able to participate in the treatment programs and therapies offered to those in residential living as we combine both our medical and clinical excellence to best serve your needs.

  • Residential Treatment

    While in our residential treatment program, you will explore the extent of the psychological dependence you might have to drugs or alcohol, start to address other issues that may have suffered or contributed to the problem, and build a foundation for an individualized and sustainable recovery program that works for you.

  • Case Management

    You will meet with a case manager to develop a solid aftercare plan. Your case manager can also help you address issues related to employment, housing, and other psychosocial stressors, which may be barriers to recovery. We recognize that life does not stop just because you are in treatment, so we also offer assistance with FMLA and can help you address any pending legal matters.

    The experienced case managers here at Arete Recovery will handle all of your concerns. It doesn’t matter if you have problems with your rent, school obligations, or even pending legal issues—your addiction comes first. All you need to do is arrive at our facility and we will take care of the rest.

Importance of Detox

Drug detoxification rids the body of drugs, alcohol, and other harmful addictive substances. It is an important process and a significant first step in the journey to recovery. Long-term or heavy drug and alcohol use changes a person’s brain and body chemistry, and regular use may lead to dependence. If a person abruptly stops or reduces their use, physical, emotional, and psychological withdrawal symptoms likely follow. A medically supervised detox is the safest way to manage those symptoms. Quitting cold turkey comes with risks and is not recommended.

Types of Detox

Finding the right detox program starts with finding out what substance is being abused. Certain substances have different detox requirements, and detox programs vary depending on the individual. However, the overall function of detox remains the same. Here are some of the common substances that require medically-supervised detoxification.



According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, there are over 16 million Americans with an alcohol abuse disorder. Alcoholism is a disease that impacts the largest amount of Americans and is one of the country's leading factors to health complications.


Benzodiazepine/Sedative Abuse

The result of a fusion between a benzene ring and a diazepine ring, these psychoactive drugs increase neurotransmitter activity and are used to relieve anxiety, treat insomnia, and to reduce muscle spasms. The addictive nature of these drugs means that withdrawal can be very difficult if not medically supervised.


Heroin Addiction

Heroin addiction is fast becoming a national epidemic, with deaths from overdoses take the nation by storm. Due to the rising death toll, the government has passed initiatives to battle the highly addictive drug.


Fentanyl Addiction

An extremely powerful narcotic used to treat severe pain, fentanyl can be mixed with heroin to create an incredibly deadly drug cocktail. This opioid is said to be between 50 and 100 times more potent than other drugs like morphine.

Crystal Meth Addiction

Crystal meth has slowly been creeping into the American scene as cases for its addiction have risen tenfold during the past five years. Most commonly sold in rock form, much like crack cocaine, this stimulant is typically smoked. Like cocaine, meth-induced heart attacks are becoming increasingly common among its abusers.

Opiate Addiction

From the hills of Afghanistan where nearly 70% of the world's opiates come from, to our streets, opiates are the second most abused substance in America. Its most common use is the now widely known, medically prescribed Oxycontin. Because of its use in pain management, it's quickly creating addicts in the older American population.

Ecstasy Abuse

Unfortunately, ecstasy abuse is on the rise with the younger American population. Due to the nature and chemical makeup of the drug, abuse of it leads to seizures and brain damage. Long term use of the drug has often been linked to severely poor brain-blood circulation which often leads to strokes.

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drug abuse is, unfortunately, becoming an extremely common issue, where the CDC reports over 12 percent of the American population is addicted to some sort of prescription drug. These can often remain undetected yet common for those with several different medical ailments.


Cocaine Abuse

With the very disruptive beginnings of the crack cocaine epidemic of the late 1980's, this drug still carries with it some of the most socially destructive qualities. By the gripping dependency it creates in its users, it's easy to see how victims rarely bounce back without proper treatment.

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