If you are looking at this website, chances are that you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. You have come to know the pain that addiction can cause, and you are desperate for a way out. Thankfully, the pain does not have to be permanent. There is hope.At Keystone Treatment Center, we understand the unique challenges that come with battling addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders. Since opening our doors in 1973, we have helped more than 20,000 people win the war against addictions and other destructive behaviors, and we want to help you or your loved one break free from the cycle, too.Our treatment programs are specially designed with the unique needs of our patients in mind. We have specialized programs for adolescents, young adults, and adults because we know that different age groups respond differently to various types of treatment. We are passionate about helping people overcome their substance abuse concerns, and we are also dedicated to helping people who are struggling with co-occurring disorders, such as anxiety, bipolar disorder, or depression. We offer specialized treatment programs for patients who are seeking culturally-sensitive treatment in a Native American context, or for those who require comprehensive programming to defeat a gambling addiction. All treatment is delivered in a caring and supportive environment by compassionate team members who make patients’ needs their top priority.You or your loved one has fought addiction on your own long enough. It is time to find freedom. Call Keystone Treatment Center today and start turning your hope into reality.
For over 30 years, the staff at Twelve Oaks has been dedicated to providing exemplary care to men and women who are in need of treatment for substance abuse concerns and co-occurring mental health conditions. Among therapists and doctors, Twelve Oaks is highly regarded and has become trusted as one of the top rehabilitation centers in Florida. Here, patients receive treatment that is tailored to meet their specific needs so that they can confidently overcome the concerns that plague them and move forward towards a brighter, happier future.
Recovery Ranch is a structured sober living for men. Founded on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the principles of John Wooden, our main purpose is change. At the Ranch, we live as gentlemen and practice contrary action. We understand that focusing on becoming the best we are capable of becoming, and leading with selflessness and recovery, are fundamental to having a beautiful life free from addiction. This foundation for success is achieved through constant accountability. We are loving and compassionate, and we are brutally honest. We work hard, play hard, and show up for our lives today.
The goal of treatment at Acadiana Addiction Center (AAC) is to facilitate our clients’ journey to long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Through education, individualized treatment and proven tools of recovery, our clients attain a thorough understanding of their recovery.We offer a full spectrum of care for addiction treatment. This is part of our commitment to creating a long-term foundation for recovery with the men and women who stay with us. We offer detoxification services for those in the grips of their abuse as our highest level of care. Our main treatment programs are at the residential level, which give you time to learn recovery skills in a safe and serene setting and explore the roots of your addiction. We treat alcoholism, opiates, prescription drug addictions, and many other types of substance abuse. Each client receives their own assessment and a tailored treatment plan based around their own background and needs. We also have a premier extended care program for women called Belle of the Oaks.Our continuum of care continues with PHP and IOP programming as our clients get better and start re-integrating into their lives. And unlike many other addiction rehab clinics, we offer outpatient therapy and counseling, where you can schedule weekly or as-needed sessions.