The D'Amore Solution to Addiction
We Heal With Heart
D’AMORE TREATS ADDICTION
We offer a full range of care, recognizing that not everyone needs the same treatment plan or same outpatient referral. We’re on this path together — every step of the way. The D’Amore treatment program is a multi-faceted recovery progression, that evaluates, identifies, and addresses challenges. Some would say, it’s easy to be sober for one day or one week. At D’Amore Healthcare, we don’t just help people get sober, we help them stay sober and enjoy the high-quality life their human dignity calls out for.
D’AMORE ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAM
D’Amore Healthcare’s Addiction Recovery Programs include :
Medication Assisted Detoxification
Residential Addiction and Alcohol Treatment
Residential Mental Health Stabilization
Recreation and Exercise
Functional Medicine Nutritional Care
Discharge Planning, including budgeting and faith community linkages
D’AMORE INTERDISCIPLINARY CARE TEAM
D’Amore Healthcare programs are evidence-based pharmacotherapies and behavioral therapies. The core, ‘Gracious Redundancy’ signature is applied in every aspect of care, providing safe and informed decision making. Instead of telling individuals what they need, we educate, invite, apply and discuss every element of healing.
Recovery and personal transformation
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
EMDR trained therapists
Psychologists and psychiatrists
Physicians and nurses
Certified equine practitioners
Spiritual care professionals
Nutritionists and wellness specialists
Beach Football, Yoga, Hiking, Surfing, etc.
Health, Diet, and Nutritional Education
Alumni Program and Social Activities
D’AMORE TREATMENT IS BUILT ON QUALITY, INTEGRITY AND SUCCESS
We have helped patients heal from disorders related to substance use, trauma, chronic pain and long protected habits that made sense at one time. Clinicians and professionals trust us because of our impeccable reputation for quality, integrity and long-term recovery in:
D’Amore Healthcare helps individuals and their loved ones step back from common symptoms. Symptoms of isolation, anger
Some addictions, like workaholism or alcoholism,
All three phases ensure the foundation for each patient to take action and apply what they’ve been learning. This is why many clients benefit from continuing outpatient care, depending on their preferred living arrangements.
D’AMORE RECOGNIZES THAT EVERY STORY IS UNIQUE, SACRED
We take your entire medical history under consideration. Our trained and licensed clinicians pride themselves in situating you with the right amount of education, counseling, activities and personal growth assignments. As a result, with sustained engagement and time, you will develop relationships with sober peers and find yourself responding to triggers or cravings with uncanny awareness, purposefulness and overcoming.
In addition, there is no “typical” D’Amore patient. In fact, what’s important is not what age, creed, drug or, the combination of substances and behaviors. Instead, the decision to ask for help, the decision to build a support system and the decision to let motivation move you – these requirements invite a diverse healing community at D’Amore Healthcare.
THE THREE STEPPING STONES
Our individualized Residential Treatment Program offers 3 stepping stones in treatment for addiction recovery. If one stone is skipped, the patient is less likely to enjoy restoration and health:
Physical detoxification and/or stabilization. Rest, screening, assessments, and nutrition. The psychological component of detoxification requires Gracious Redundancy from staff and firm boundaries from members in the patient’s support system.
Education, discussion, experiential therapy, focused individual sessions, expanding and deepening the patient’s support system. Assignments and talk therapy around simple goals to develop self-regulation and improve critical thinking.
Taking action based on needs, abilities, preferences, strengths and physical health. Assignments around self-compassion and accountability.
All three ensure the foundation for each patient to take action and apply what they’ve been learning. In fact, in the course of recovery, patients may visit each stepping stone more than once. This is why patients must finish what they start, once they admit. In addition, the unique path of recovery informs us as to why continuing outpatient care is needed.