An Introduction to our Manage Addiction Lifeline Treatment Program
Is drug addiction a problem in your life? It is one of the most complex and challenging problems an individual or family can face – but drug addiction is treatable and there is hope.
Whether the addiction is yours or has taken over the life of someone you care about, you are taking an important step right now by seeking information and a solution. Our Manage Addiction Lifeline program provides safe, effective treatment at home, on your schedule, and at a cost that you can afford — even if your insurance won’t pay for it (though an increasing number of insurance companies do cover our program). The program isn’t right for everyone (we will help you figure out if it’s right for you) but for those we can help, recovery is within reach.
Drug addiction is a medical condition that requires comprehensive treatment; it is not a problem you can solve with willpower and tough love. By treating the addiction and the issues that have contributed to it, plus providing a therapeutic, supportive environment focused on problem-solving and building a healthy, drugfree life, we achieve success rates that exceed the national averages. Getting proper treatment will help you or your loved one beat drug addiction and build a happy, healthy and productive future.
Our goal is to put safe, effective treatment for drug addiction within everyone’s reach. Unlike other programs that require long wait times, take you away from your life for months, and cost tens of thousands of dollars, we provide accessible, affordable, personalized treatment within the privacy of your own home.
Drug Addiction is an Illness
By seeking out information and a solution, you are taking an important step in the right direction. Drug addiction is a complex medical condition that requires comprehensive treatment. While helpful effort, commitment, and dedication are definitely valuable, addiction is not a problem one can solve with sheer willpower and tough love alone. Making this assumption can often backfire, thereby impeding, slowing, or preventing a patient’s full recovery.
The science is clear. Genetic, medical, and emotional factors make it more likely for certain people to become addicted if they start using drugs. Research also shows that abusing drugs changes the brain, interfering with normal brain function, metabolism, and activity. These brain changes are what transforms drug use into addiction. People with this condition suffer from compulsive cravings that hijack their minds to the extent that they have difficulty thinking about anything else. Without medical help, it’s rarely possible for a person addicted to drugs to quit, successfully.
Instead, it is necessary to skillfully treat the causes and conditions that contribute to addiction. In addition, it is important to provide a therapeutic, supportive environment and community focused on problem-solving. With these supports in place, the development and cultivation of healthy perspectives, behaviors, and identities help lay a reliable foundation for building a happy, peaceful life. In this way, the Lifeline program aims to achieve success, specifically patient recovery rates that by and far away exceed national averages.
Accessing proper treatment could help you or your loved one overcome drug addiction and build a healthier and more productive drug-free future. Our goal is to help put safe, effective treatment for drug addiction within everyone’s reach. Thus, Lifeline aims to provide compassionate, comprehensive, streamlined, accessible, affordable, and personalized treatment to overcome addiction within the privacy of your own home. The Lifeline brings together many proven forms of treatment blended into a structured curriculum streamlined into one Lifeline program. As a year-long program that you can do at home, Lifeline aims to offer treatment in a package that is affordable, accessible, and readily available, 24/7, to anyone and everyone who needs it.