Adult Long-Term Addiction Treatment in Kaufman, Texas

Addiction is a chronic disease — just like chronic physical illnesses such as asthma, diabetes or high blood pressure, it is a persistent and potentially recurring concern. Symptoms may not always be present, but there is no permanent cure. Instead, chronic conditions like addiction must be managed and controlled throughout an individual’s life with learned and practiced adjustments in behavior patterns.

The lifestyle changes required for long-lasting recovery from addiction don’t happen overnight. It takes months — even years — of commitment to reach a place where sobriety feels “normal.” As a provider of high-quality addiction treatment, Burning Tree recognizes our responsibility to help our clients get to that point. Our goal is recovery without relapse for every person, which means that we spend the necessary time and effort on every client to help them feel comfortable and confident in their independence.

One of the ways in which we accomplish this is through our long-term adult treatment program at Burning Tree Ranch. The Ranch is our original location, founded over 20 years ago with the mission of providing specialized care above and beyond the traditional model of short-term 12-Step programs. Our founder had struggled with short-term treatment along his own recovery journey, and after finding success with long-term treatment, felt inspired to dedicate his life to sharing that success with others. Burning Tree Ranch offers an 8- to 14-month residential program for adult men and women that focuses on instilling lifelong addiction management techniques, sober living skills and healthy lifestyle habits. Our long-term timeline allows our clients to cement these new practices into their day-to-day life before they return to independent living. We are able to offer a high level of client success and exceptional recovery outcomes as a result.

If you, your loved one or your patient is struggling with addiction, particularly in cases of repeated relapse, reach out to Burning Tree Ranch today. We are prepared to offer the dedicated, intensive and structured care that will truly make a difference in your life. Please visit our Burning Tree Ranch website for more information, or call 866-287-2877 to speak with a member of our admissions team.

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Collegiate and Young Adult Addiction Treatment in Tucson, Arizona

Burning Tree West

Substance abuse often builds slowly. It frequently starts with social drinking, using drugs recreationally or using prescription drugs only slightly differently than directed. If you ask most people in recovery, they will say that their first experiences with drugs or alcohol were not outside “the norm” for their family or peer group. No one sets out with the intention of becoming addicted to drugs or alcohol — they simply begin drinking or getting high because others around them are doing the same, and because it makes them feel good.

Nowhere is this trajectory more apparent than among young people, especially in high school or college environments where binge drinking and drug misuse can be commonplace. National drug and alcohol use surveys consistently show that young adults have the highest rates of and risk for substance abuse and addiction. Studies also show that exposure to drugs and alcohol at a younger age heightens an individual’s risk for developing a substance use disorder or other mental and physical health problems.

Burning Tree West in Tucson, Arizona, provides long-term treatment solutions for alcoholism, drug addiction with outpatient programs aimed at young adults. Located near the University of Arizona and Pima Community College, Burning Tree West is ideally suited for clients who want or need to lead a structured sober lifestyle while pursuing a degree or a career. All participants in our programs are encouraged to attend classes or work full-time or part-time, and our treatment schedule is structured to ensure that clients have the flexibility to take the courses or jobs that they want.

If you are seeking help for yourself, your loved one or your patient and you are interested in the young adult outpatient addiction programs at Burning Tree West, don’t hesitate to reach out. Please visit our Burning Tree West website for more information, or call 866-287-2877 to speak with a member of the Burning Tree admissions team.

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Immersive, Short-Term Addiction Treatment for Adults in Elgin, Texas

Renewal Lodge

Recognizing the need for substance abuse treatment is only the first step toward recovery. Receiving that treatment is the next — but the gap between these two phases proves too large for too many people. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), just 8.5% of young adults (18-25) and 13.8% of adults (26+) who needed treatment for a substance use disorder received specialty addiction treatment in 2017.

The NSDUH also tracks common barriers that prevent individuals from getting the care they need. Surveyed individuals listed reasons including the worry that treatment would disrupt their job, financial concerns and the inability to find a treatment center that offered what they needed.

At Burning Tree, we aim to offer recovery care that meets the needs of men and women from all walks of life. Each of our programs provides something different designed to help our clients overcome the obstacles stopping them from achieving long-lasting sobriety. For those who have not been able to get help because their external responsibilities or finances prevent them from spending several months in long-term care, our Renewal Lodge in Elgin, Texas provides effective treatment in just 30 to 60 days.

If you are seeking short-term recovery treatment for yourself, a loved one or a patient who is struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, reach out to Burning Tree Renewal Lodge today. Our immersive, individualized program dives deep into the mechanisms of addiction, targets each client’s concerns and provides long-lasting solutions. Please visit the Burning Tree Renewal Lodge website for more information, or call 866-287-2877 to speak with a member of our admissions team.

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