The first completely NON 12 STEP approach that helps you move past addiction without using damaging labels or demeaning 12 Step methods. Our approach frees you from ineffective addiction treatment and endless recovery. Finally you too can be FREE and EMPOWERED with The Freedom Model!Most of our guests come to us believing they failed to find a long term solution for their substance use issues when, in fact, treatment has failed them. 92% of our guests have been to some form of treatment before arriving at The Freedom Model Retreats, often several times, and with various methods. Our approach caters to the independent thinking individual who is ready to end addiction now and forever. Our guests are ready to live a life free of an endless cycle of relapse, recovery, and lifelong treatment. They know, or come to realize, that they are in charge of all their life choices, including addiction. Our system works with all age groups ranging from teens to emerging and midlife adults and senior citizens. Whether a guest has never been to treatment or has been to many programs and centers, our self-directed approach can help.Unlike treatment centers, our approach has a definite time limit and costs are all-inclusive. Our guests know when they arrive the exact date of their departure and there are never any surprise or additional costs at the end of their stay. The retreat stay includes The Freedom Model system with optional and elective choices, all meals, activities, and the guest’s choice of retreat and accommodations. Guests completely control their investment by determining the retreat house experience and length of stay that best fits their needs for their best outcome. Come experience the serenity of our retreat locations as you refocus your life and choices. Invest in yourself and find the permanent solution you are seeking.
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.
Today, Serenity Knolls is a residential treatment center that provides comprehensive services to adult men and women, ages 18 and above, whose lives have been impacted by substance abuse, chemical dependency, and certain co-occurring conditions. We are prepared to provide care to men and women whose struggles include, but are not limited to, dependence upon the following addictive substances: alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, sedatives, benzodiazepines, hallucinogens, methamphetamine, PCP, and opioids including heroin, morphine, and prescription medications.We also welcome men and women whose primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder is accompanied by co-occurring anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, depressive disorders, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, and temporary psychosis that is directly related to substance abuse. However, we cannot accept individuals who are struggling with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), pain disorders, and psychotic disorders that are not the direct result of substance abuse.