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OUR CENTER

Welcome to New Hope Recovery Dallas. We are an organization committed to saving lives and restoring families from the deadly scourge of substance abuse and addiction. If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol or drugs, don't waste another moment hoping that the problem will solve itself. The help you need is just a phone call away.

MOST INSURANCE ACCEPTED

DESIGNED WITH RECOVERY IN MIND

Visitors and patients alike often remark about our facility’s design and its harmonious relationship with the landscape and it’s no surprise that they do. Much thought and expense has been invested our facility to ensure that our patients feel its peacefulness it on both a conscious and subconscious level, which reinforces their mindset for recovery.

Our staff encourages patients to take pleasure in the facility as well as on-site conveniences which include television, group games, recreaction area, sauna, and a gorgeous pool. Each client has an abundance of personal space and privacy as well as the ability to socialize and form lasting friendships. To assure proper communication, some of our staff members are fluent in both English and Spanish.

Understanding drug addiction

There are so many addictive drugs available- both legal and illegal- that it is difficult to keep track of them all. However, all addictive drugs have certain qualities in common. They all bind or attach to one or more brain proteins and t hey all alter the functioning of brain cell receptors or neurotransmitters, particularly dopamine, which is the primary neurotransmitter involved in the addictive process. All addictive drugs seem to hook into the dopamine pleasure pathway in some manner, resulting in a pleasurable “high,” and cravings for more of the drug.

Treatment Methods

Patients with a severe, chronic drug addiction will likely be treated as an inpatient, and may also be required to detox in our facility as well. Inpatient treatment can take approximately 30, 60, or 90 days, and may take place in our facility or an affiliated facility with amenities that are relatively standard, or are more extensive in terms of recreational or treatment options. For those whose problem is less severe, we also offer options for outpatient treatment for people with alcohol abuse problems. These include group counseling, individual counseling, and 12-Step programs. We also offer intensive individual psychotherapy methodologies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), contingency management (CM) and motivational enhancement therapy (MET).

How it started

You cannot hope to defeat the demons that drove you to addiction without knowing where they hide. The first step in the recovery process delves into what brought you to this point in your life.  Our therapy uncovers hidden memories and motivations that underlie your dependence on drugs or alcohol.

Alcohol Addiction Recovery

Alcoholism affects people from all walks of life. It does not discriminate based on background, culture, creed, religion, or age. Alcoholism in America has changed over the years, but if there’s one thing that’s remained constant, it’s the dangerousness of the condition. Alcoholism has a profound impact on the body, especially the brain, heart, pancreas, mouth, liver and immune system. There is no question that heavy, long-term drinking is harmful to the body and makes evident the dangers of alcoholism. Additionally, it can damage your emotional stability, finances, career, impact your family, friends and the people you work with.

How we Treat Alcoholism

Our approach to alcoholism treatment is holistic and personalized to treat a person’s mind, body and spirit. We design a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan for every alcohol rehab patient. After assembling an appropriate treatment plan, each patient is assigned a treatment team, consisting of licensed, credentialed, and dedicated professionals, many of whom have experienced recovery in their own lives. Each team includes a primary therapist, family therapist, psychiatrist, medical doctor, nurse, and, if necessary, a drug and alcohol detox specialists.

A Smooth Transition

One of the toughest hurdles of addiction recovery is the fact that our culture encourages and even glorifies the use of alcohol. We teach you the skills necessary to function in a world where alcohol is the cornerstone of so many activities.

Understanding Detox

Detox is the first step in a comprehensive rehab program that offers all the tools required for recovery. The focus of detoxification is physiological healing after long-term drug or alcohol addiction – first, through stabilization and then through detoxification. Following stabilization, the focus of detox is on the processes of the body as it rids itself of the drug of choice and treating the withdrawal symptoms that result.

Our Detox Program

Depending upon your drug of choice, you may have different options in drug detox methods. There is no one right method for everyone. Rather, your drug of choice, the dose you are taking at the time you start detox, how long you have been using that drug, and whether or not you are using other drugs will determine the type of detox that is most appropriate for you. A “cold turkey” detox means stopping your use of all drugs and substances with nothing more than medical supervision to aid you in case of an emergency. There is no pharmacological assistance whatsoever, and you will experience the full brunt of the withdrawal symptoms for as long they last. When you opt for a medical detox, you stop taking all substances including alcohol but as you experience withdrawal symptoms, you take medication to ease your discomfort. For example, if you are having a hard time sleeping, you may be prescribed a non-addictive sleep medication. If you experience bone aches or muscle pains, you may be offered a pain reliever. Medical personnel are standing by to make sure that you have what you need to get through the discomfort of detox as quickly as possible.

For opiate drugs like heroin and prescription painkillers, you may have the option to take long-term medication like methadone or Suboxone to stop you from experiencing the brunt of the withdrawal symptoms. Over time, you lower the dose of the medication until you are completely drug-free.

The primary purpose of detox is to ensure that you are medically stable and able to safely engage in the treatment and recovery process.

RECOvery from alcoholism

Our approach to alcoholism treatment is holistic and personalized to treat a person’s mind, body and spirit. We design a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan for every alcohol rehab patient. After assembling an appropriate treatment plan, each patient is assigned a treatment team, consisting of licensed, credentialed, and dedicated professionals, many of whom have experienced recovery in their own lives. Each team includes a primary therapist, family therapist, psychiatrist, medical doctor, nurse, and, if necessary, a drug and alcohol detox specialists.

treament methods

We offer a variety of alcoholism treatment options to suit every individual. We have a standard 30, 60, or 90-day residential treatment programs, and also offer a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) program. Our PHP program includes daily programming, structured group therapy, and weekly individual therapy sessions, and offers greater access to the community and outside support group meetings. The purpose of PHP is to move clients away from around-the-clock supervision and gain more real-life experience in the community.The least restrictive of our treatment programs provides care three days a week for a minimum of three hours per day and is intended to reintegrate these individuals back into society while further developing aftercare/discharge plans, exploring job and/or volunteer opportunities, and preparing to make the transition to the next step in their recovery.

The first step in the recovery process delves into what brought you to this point in your life, to uncover the hidden memories and motivations that underlie your dependence on alcohol.

Our program teaches new skills and new methods of coping with life’s obstacles to enjoy a life without alcohol.

what is detox?

Detox is the first step in a comprehensive rehab program that offers all the tools required for recovery. The focus of detoxification is physiological healing after long-term drug or alcohol addiction – first, through stabilization and then through detoxification.

our approach

Depending upon your drug of choice, you may have different options in drug detox methods. There is no one right method for everyone. Rather, your drug of choice, the dose you are taking at the time you start detox, how long you have been using that drug, and whether or not you are using other drugs will determine the type of detox that is most appropriate for you.A “cold turkey” detox means stopping your use of all drugs and substances with nothing more than medical supervision to aid you in case of an emergency. There is no pharmacological assistance whatsoever, and you will experience the full brunt of the withdrawal symptoms for as long they last.When you opt for a medical detox, you stop taking all substances including alcohol but as you experience withdrawal symptoms, you take medication to ease your discomfort. For example, if you are having a hard time sleeping, you may be prescribed a non-addictive sleep medication. If you experience bone aches or muscle pains, you may be offered a pain reliever. Medical personnel are standing by to make sure that you have what you need to get through the discomfort of detox as quickly as possible. Following stabilization, the focus of detox is on the processes of the body as it rids itself of the drug of choice and treating the withdrawal symptoms that result.

For opiate drugs like heroin and prescription painkillers, you may have the option to take long-term medication like methadone or Suboxone to stop you from experiencing the brunt of the withdrawal symptoms. Over time, you lower the dose of the medication until you are completely drug-free.

How Much Does it Cost?

Program fees will depend on the program you choose. Fee considerations may include the amenities of the facility; how long the program is and the location. Inpatient programs for thirty days can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $20,000. High-end inpatient programs can cost more and outpatient treatment programs costs can be between $0 to $10,000.

Can I use my Insurance?

Yes, almost every type of insurance is acceptable. For deductables and out-of-pocket expenses we also offer financing. Call us today at (972)419-4333 and find out specifics related to your personal payment options.

The benefits of staying on-site or off-site

Inpatient rehabilitation facilities historically offer the best treatment options medically to treat addiction. The success rates increase drastically for residents spending at least 30 to 90 days in a program. However, outpatient can also be very effective. If you're not ready to commit to a long term stay then out patient is a great way to take a step in the right direction.

Do i need to share a room?

That depends upon the amenities of the facility you’re placed in. In our facility, we have communal suites that have private bedrooms and shared bathrooms and common area, which offers you the comfort of having neighbors, but also privacy when you need it most. Affiliated facilities have different types of sleeping arrangements.

How do I deal with a relapse

Relapse is a common occurance and you shouldnt be hard on yourself. For most of you, you've had years of practice in your addiction. It may take you a couple attempts for it to sink in. The most important thing to remember is to never give up. Your life depends on it and statistics show that the majority of people in recovery didn't get it on the first try.

RECOvery from alcoholism

Our approach to alcoholism treatment is holistic and personalized to treat a person’s mind, body and spirit. We design a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan for every alcohol rehab patient. After assembling an appropriate treatment plan, each patient is assigned a treatment team, consisting of licensed, credentialed, and dedicated professionals, many of whom have experienced recovery in their own lives. Each team includes a primary therapist, family therapist, psychiatrist, medical doctor, nurse, and, if necessary, a drug and alcohol detox specialists.

treament methods

We offer a variety of alcoholism treatment options to suit every individual. We have a standard 30, 60, or 90-day residential treatment programs, and also offer a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) program. Our PHP program includes daily programming, structured group therapy, and weekly individual therapy sessions, and offers greater access to the community and outside support group meetings. The purpose of PHP is to move clients away from around-the-clock supervision and gain more real-life experience in the community.The least restrictive of our treatment programs provides care three days a week for a minimum of three hours per day and is intended to reintegrate these individuals back into society while further developing aftercare/discharge plans, exploring job and/or volunteer opportunities, and preparing to make the transition to the next step in their recovery.

The first step in the recovery process delves into what brought you to this point in your life, to uncover the hidden memories and motivations that underlie your dependence on alcohol.

Our program teaches new skills and new methods of coping with life’s obstacles to enjoy a life without alcohol.

what is detox?

Detox is the first step in a comprehensive rehab program that offers all the tools required for recovery. The focus of detoxification is physiological healing after long-term drug or alcohol addiction – first, through stabilization and then through detoxification.

our approach

Depending upon your drug of choice, you may have different options in drug detox methods. There is no one right method for everyone. Rather, your drug of choice, the dose you are taking at the time you start detox, how long you have been using that drug, and whether or not you are using other drugs will determine the type of detox that is most appropriate for you.A “cold turkey” detox means stopping your use of all drugs and substances with nothing more than medical supervision to aid you in case of an emergency. There is no pharmacological assistance whatsoever, and you will experience the full brunt of the withdrawal symptoms for as long they last.When you opt for a medical detox, you stop taking all substances including alcohol but as you experience withdrawal symptoms, you take medication to ease your discomfort. For example, if you are having a hard time sleeping, you may be prescribed a non-addictive sleep medication. If you experience bone aches or muscle pains, you may be offered a pain reliever. Medical personnel are standing by to make sure that you have what you need to get through the discomfort of detox as quickly as possible. Following stabilization, the focus of detox is on the processes of the body as it rids itself of the drug of choice and treating the withdrawal symptoms that result.

For opiate drugs like heroin and prescription painkillers, you may have the option to take long-term medication like methadone or Suboxone to stop you from experiencing the brunt of the withdrawal symptoms. Over time, you lower the dose of the medication until you are completely drug-free.

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3010 LBJ Freeway Suite 1200
Dallas, TX 75234
Tel: (972)419-4333
Web: www.newhoperecoverydallas.com

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