Pharmacotherapy is a drug/alcohol treatment that combines medication with cognitive behavioral therapy treatment and other forms of addiction counseling. CBT allows you to study and adjust your thought processes so that you realize that you can be happy without drinking or using. The therapy delivered in conjunction with medications such as Naltrexone/Vivitrol for alcohol rehabilitation and Suboxone for opiate treatment is extremely effective. The approach Assisted Recovery Centers of America takes toward addiction treatment is a science-based alternative to traditional AA approaches. The medications offered by ARCA when combined with cognitive behavioral therapy offer what is described as best practice as defined by the United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Our non 12 step alcohol treatment programs include proven medications such as Naltrexone as well as cognitive behavioral therapy treatment. We offer:
AA’s faith-based approach to non 12 step alcohol treatment and non 12 step drug treatment may not be appropriate for you. Through the use of medications and cognitive behavior therapy used at our non 12 step center, we feel confident you’ll get to the root of your addiction. Make ARCA your alternative to AA.
Most people believe that addiction counseling should incorporate the spiritual AA approach. As an alternative to AA, ARCA believes that safe, approved, effective medications and cognitive behavioral therapy are the best tools and are at the heart of our non 12 step alcohol treatment program. ARCA does not discount the value of spirituality, but feels that this is best left to the individual. Learn more about non 12 step alcohol rehabilitation and drug treatment at Assisted Recovery Centers of America.
Medicine and cognitive behavioral therapy treatment provide the basis for non 12 step alcohol treatment at Assisted Recovery Centers of America. We introduce individuals to the value of therapy that, along with proven medications, comprises the basis of Pharmacotherapy.