We put behavioral health front and center, providing assistance to people with substance abuse issues, addictions, eating disorders, and mental health concerns. Every facility in the Advanced Recovery Systems network strives to provide the highest quality of care, using evidence-based therapeutic models that really work.
Behavioral health issues are those that can be amended when people change their day-to-day habits. Substance abuse and addiction issues are certainly part of the behavioral health model, and in 2012 alone, close to 2 million people enrolled in treatment facilities due to substance abuse, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
That means there are people out there just like you who are dealing with addictions and working hard to get better. But there are also others out there who are still mired in addiction habits and who aren’t quite ready to start the work of recovery.
A study in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry suggests that the prevalence of co-occurring disorders is about 18.5 percent in addiction treatment facilities. For people with these conditions, the lessons need to come on two fronts. They’ll need to know about the addiction, about the mental health issue, and about how the two interact.
That’s an area in which Advanced Recovery Systems really excels. As an evidence-based organization focused on co-occurring treatment, we can provide care that can transform even the toughest of cases.
Our evidence-based approach applies to eating disorders as well. According to ANAD, over 24 million people suffer from an eating disorder. People with these concerns often need very specialized care that incorporates both medical and mental health interventions, but only 35 percent of people with eating disorders get care in a specialized treatment facility, per ANAD. As the reach of Advanced Recovery System expands, that number may go down.
People of any age group can develop an addiction. SAMHSA reports that about half of all people who enroll in treatment programs are between the ages of 21 and 35, but we recognize the need for care at any age. Our adolescent facilities treat teens ages 13-17, while our adult facilities offer care to anyone over the age of 18.
Some people come to these facilities from nearby neighborhoods, but it’s not uncommon for people to travel for the health care services they need. Advanced Recovery Systems can assist people from both near and far. Our staff is adept at working through cultural and language barriers to provide people with very real addiction help.
Our three-pronged approach has been well documented and supported as a part of a robust addiction healing program. When you work with us, you’ll get therapy sessions that have been proven effective in scientific studies. You’ll use cognitive approaches to both understand and control your addiction triggers, and medications will help to soothe your discomfort, so you can get well without feeling ill.
Each person that comes to the Advanced Recovery Systems network of facilities is provided with an individualized treatment program. Just as no two people are alike, no two programs are alike. Our treatment team assesses each person at the start of the program, determining what sort of help that person needs.
No matter what kind of treatment setting you need, there’s an Advanced Recovery Systems facility that can help. You might even spend time moving from one treatment setting to another.
It’s not at all uncommon for people to use a stair-step model of recovery, starting with the most intense form of treatment and working down to less intense forms of care. Advanced Recovery Systems staff is available at each step, providing the help you need.
Since establishing Advanced Recovery Systems in 2012, co-founders Dr. Mitchell Eisenberg and Dr. Lewis Gold have assembled the finest minds in addiction medicine to run the ARS centers. Using evidence-based methods as the foundation for rehabilitation treatment, our doctors, nurses, therapists and dietitians provide the highest-quality care to ensure full recovery for our clients.
Only one in 10 people with a substance use disorder seeks treatment. We want to reach the other nine individuals who may think treatment isn’t for them or that they can’t afford it. Our medical teams are committed to helping clients reach recovery. Consultants and advocates relieve our clients of financial worries, allowing them to concentrate on getting better. At every level, each ARS employee has one goal in mind — helping our clients live fulfilling lives free of addiction.Meet Our Team
Wherever you live in the country, there’s an Advanced Recovery Systems rehabilitation center close to you. Our centers are located from coast to coast, from Orlando, Florida, to Ridgefield, Washington. Each facility is equipped to house our residential clients in comfort. They also offer amenities to help our clients develop healthy social skills and allow time for recreation as part of treatment.
The Advanced Recovery System network of facilities comprises four full-service rehabilitation centers, a sober-living residential complex, a rehab facility exclusively for teens, and a dedicated center for eating disorders. On our campuses, our clients find strength and support to start rebuilding their lives.Learn More About Our Facilities
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