Invest in Yourself
|
Call Now: (888) 992-3297

What We Treat

What We Treat at Better Days

No two substance abuse problems are entirely alike. So why should they be treated the same? At Better Days, we provide targeted treatments for a wide variety of substance abuse and mental health problems. Even better, we personalize each of these treatments to ensure that every patient receives the exact type of support that they need to start getting better.

Keep reading to get a closer look at each type of treatment that we offer. Or, if you’re ready to begin the admissions process now, you can do so by giving us a call at (888) 992-3297.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is one of the most commonly abused substances in the United States. In fact, it’s estimated that just under 15 million people struggle with alcohol abuse or alcoholism in the United States. That number doesn’t even include the nearly 500,000 adolescents who have an alcohol use disorder.

If you’ve been struggling with alcohol addiction, don’t worry. We can help you recover from it. The first step towards healing is completing your medical detox in our facility. Your body will purge itself of the last remnants of alcohol in its systems. We’ll keep an eye on you while it does so that all you’ll have to think about is your recovery.

After that, we can immediately transition you into one of our rehab programs. You have several options to choose from here, so be sure to reach out to us for a personalized recommendation on which would be best for you.

Heroin, Fentanyl, and Opioid Abuse

Heroin and fentanyl abuse have exploded in the United States. This is very unfortunate, as these are two of the most dangerous substance for a person to abuse. Fentanyl, in particular, has been responsible for more overdose deaths than any other substance in the United States.

If you’ve been dealing with an addiction to heroin, fentanyl, or opioids, then the time to act is now. Let us help you take the first step towards a healthier, happier life. Give us a call and we’ll get you started with the admissions process right away so that you don’t have to delay your recovery any longer.

Prescription Pill Addiction

Prescription drug abuse refers to using prescription medication in ways that weren’t intended by the doctor who gave them to you. Pain killers, such as Oxycontin and Percocet are two of the most commonly abused prescription pills.

But there are many different medications that can be used improperly. These include anti-anxiety medications, sedatives, and stimulants, just to name a few.

Prescription drug abuse can disrupt your life and threaten both your short and long-term health. Don’t struggle with it any longer than you have to. Instead, reach out to Better Days to receive the support that you need to turn the corner towards a brighter tomorrow.

Cocaine Abuse

Cocaine is another commonly abused substance that we provide treatment for at Better Days. If you’re unsure whether or not you have a cocaine problem, then you’ll want to keep an eye out for the most common symptoms of cocaine addiction. This is a list that includes:

  • Weight loss
  • Mood swings
  • Social isolation
  • Risky behaviors
  • Nosebleeds
  • Deterioration in hygiene habits
  • Changes in sleeping and eating patterns
  • Loss of interest in things that once brought joy

If you or someone that you know is displaying these signs, then there’s a good chance that they need to be seen by a professional. The team at Better Days can create a customized treatment plan for them, which will take into account their unique needs to ensure that the person gets as much out of the services that we provide as possible.

Methamphetamine Addiction

Methamphetamine is another substance that’s commonly abused in the United States. It’s highly addictive and can be seriously damaging to your health. Some of the symptoms of meth abuse include:

  • Hyperactivity
  • Skin sores
  • Rapid eye movement
  • Reduced appetite
  • Agitation
  • Rotting teeth
  • Extreme weight loss

Quitting meth can be very tough to do on your own. This is because doing so will lead to intense cravings and withdrawal symptoms that can be tough to manage. Instead of trying to white-knuckle your recovery by yourself, reach out to Better Days. We’ll provide you with the help that you need to regain control of your life by defeating your meth addiction.

Mental Health Disorders

Better Days can also help you heal from mental health problems that you’ve been dealing with, whether they’re related to substance abuse or not. Our staff includes a number of therapists who are capable of helping you with things like:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Bipolar disorder
  • And more

If you also have a substance abuse issue, then we’ll help you explore how those two problems have interacted with one another. By making improvements in both areas, we can significantly increase the quality of your life. So why wait? Get in touch with us today and we’ll begin treating your most challenging mental health problems immediately.

Our Reality-Based Approach

Everything that we do at Better Days is underlined by our reality-based treatment approach. It’s a highly practical method that will provide you with solutions to problems that you will actually face in your everyday life.

The reality-based model uses your lived experiences as teaching opportunities. We’ll explore how you can respond to different impulses and situations differently so that you can live a healthier, sober lifestyle by the time your treatment program at Better Days ends.

Call Today to Learn More

Better Days has the expertise needed to handle a wide variety of substance abuse issues and mental health disorders. Regardless of what you’ve been struggling with, we can provide you with the professional support that you need to unlock a healthier version of yourself.

Whether you want to learn more about our services or you’re ready to get started with one now, the fastest way to do so is by giving us a call. Our experts are standing by to answer your questions at (888) 992-3297. We hope to hear from you soon.

Specialists Are Standing By to Take Your Call


1-888-992-3297