If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking problem or addiction to drugs in Miami, OK, Rehabs.com presents a vast online database of exclusive private programs, as well as myriad other choices. We can help you discover drug and alcohol abuse care centers for a range of addictions to crystal meth, Ritalin or other addictive drug or alcohol. Search for a high-quality rehab program in Miami now, and take off on the path to sober living.
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Intertribal Substance Abuse
Northeastern Oklahoma Council
Grand Lake Mental Health Center Inc Ottawa County Clinic
Willow Crest Hospital Inc
Integris Baptist Reg Health Center
Grand Lake Mental Health Center
Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Inc
Quapaw Counseling Services
Seneca Cayuga Tribe
Spring River Mental Health and Wellness Inc
Rose Rock Recovery Center
Vinita Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center
Ozark Center/Ozark Oaks Ozark Oaks
Stephens Behavioral Unit
Ozark Center/Wills Place
Behavior Managment Associates
Ozark Center Freeman Medical Plaza II
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Should I Travel for the Best Addiction Treatment?If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking problem or addiction to drugs in Miami, OK, Rehabs.com presents a vast online database of exclusive private programs, as well as myriad other choices. We can help you discover drug and alcohol abuse care centers for a range of addictions to crystal meth, Ritalin or other addictive drug or alcohol. Search for a high-quality rehab program in Miami now, and take off on the path to sober living.
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They charge thousands for basic care. Unnecessary. I completed my treatment, then attended outpatient therapy.
they get people clean and keep them that way no weaknesses that come to mind it is something people have to find for their own well being
They have a wide assortment of fitness classes, kind and compassionate staff, fair visitation policies and telephone call opportunities. Could be better staffed, while my loved one was cared for well enough, they could have used more employees on shift. The staff was patient and caring while dealing with our loved one.
Meet the Pros
Eric LappFounder The Raleigh House of Hope
Hi, I’m Eric Lapp, the Founder and CEO of the Raleigh House. Just this year, we’ve celebrated our 10th year of serving our community. One thing I’ve learned after working with over a thousand families is that substance abuse devastates families. It destroys lives but most importantly, people do recover and families get better. Long ago I discovered that addiction stems from years of LIFE and it is just a symptom of something more going on. We didn’t cause it but it is our job to figure out how to live a healthy life. The Raleigh House takes a multifaceted approach to treating addiction but first we have to understand the contributing factors of why and how it exists in the first place. At The Raleigh House we are careful to understand what is driving the substance use and the behaviors. We understand that addiction in some cases is a family disease, patterns and behaviors started at a young age that later manifested as problematic substance use and mood irregularities. In order to treat the desire to use, drink and act out unhealthy behaviors we have to grasp the entire picture. What was the childhood like, was there enough attention, was there enough love and nurture, what about support and discipline? Was there space to make choices, was there guidance if there was a better decision? Where did it come from and what prohibitin advancement in life. At The Raleigh House our job is to raise awareness and begin the transformational process, your job is to keep it!Show Bio
Janet SwitzerLPC, LAC, MAC, DVAP Rites of Passage LLC
I work with individuals, couples, children and adolescents. My specialities include trauma and abuse, domestic violence, communication issues, addictions, grief and loss, and wellness. I have been trained in EMDR. I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor. I provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Addictions Counseling. Additionally, I have an undergraduate degree in Health & Human Performance and work towards emotional, spiritual and physical balance. I am approved by DVOMB as a full Offender Provider for the State of Colorado.Show Bio
Jason BordonaroCo-Founder & Executive Director Denver Recovery Center
Jason knows recovery from addiction entails much more than abstaining from substances and alcohol. Recovery is a process of self-discovery, embracing a new way of life, and joining the thriving community of people devoted to sobriety and healthy living. After 8 years of service in the treatment field and 15 years of personal recovery, Jason and partners Tim Lambright, Laura Nuss and Tyler Tisdale founded Denver Recovery Center, eager to share their experiences and continue helping others experience the joy of sobriety. As an active member of the 12-Step community, Jason’s commitment to emotional and spiritual growth is an inspiration for all those around him. He believes healing both body and mind are paramount to lasting recovery and carries these ideals into his own life. He is passionate about living life to the fullest and enjoys camping, hiking, yoga, traveling, listening to live music, and spending time with his loving family and his dog, Charlie.Show Bio
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