Our facility’s philosophy is built upon the belief that chemical dependency, if left untreated, is a chronic, progressive and fatal illness. The problem is pervasive and affects not only the dependent individual but also family members, partners, friends, employers, etc. Chemical dependency places an enormous strain on the family system and places all members in jeopardy. It is Compass Detox’s philosophy that substance abuse is a diagnosable and treatable illness. In the right environment, individuals have the ability to begin a lifestyle of recovery, leading to happy, productive lives. Compass Detox believes that a new way of life is possible. The first step is to undergo a thorough medical and psychological assessment, to identify the needs required to help an individual begin their journey in recovery. Compass Detox believes the journey to recovery begins with the detoxification process, which must be followed with involvement in a therapeutic regimen. In order to achieve and maintain a lifetime of recovery, a lifelong relationship with a therapeutic outlet, i.e., treatment and / or self-help, must be established not only for the identified chemically dependent individual but also for the entire family. Based on these beliefs, Compass Detox was established to provide an intimate and safe environment for individuals to begin the detoxification process. Our treatment facility provides medical and psychological assessments that are combined with a relaxing and educational environment, to help individuals take the first step towards a healthy and productive life, free from chemical dependency.
For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the DrugAbuse.com helpline is a private and convenient solution.
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