Years spent in active addiction often leads to poor physical health. In our fitness center, you can regain your physical strength, gain confidence, and feel better overall.
When you’re not in therapy, you can look forward to a few relaxing and fun activities. Some of our locations have art and/or music rooms—and be on the lookout for table tennis!
Many see connecting with nature as therapeutic. From gardening, fishing, and 12-step walks to sports like basketball, tennis, and volleyball, there’s a lot to do when the weather is just right.
Poor nutrition can be a consequence of substance use and is associated with numerous health risks. Look forward to delicious and balanced meals that will help to address any nutritional deficiencies to better support a healthy recovery.
Spend time with people who have similar life experiences to you in our community space—you’ll find TV rooms, BBQs/patios, and on-site stores at many of our locations.
At these facilities, you have the opportunity to go offsite for shopping, trips to the beach, or hiking excursions.
*LIMITED OR ON HOLD due to Coronavirus.
If you prefer to smoke, these facilities will allow you smoking breaks.
Take a break: A swim can promote wellness and recovery. Exercise, or just relax, in our pool.
For a truly luxurious, relaxing experience, spend a few moments in our hot tub or sauna.
When you're feeling stressed, a massage can release endorphins, ease tired and sore muscles, and encourage wellness.
Yoga’s benefits for those in recovery include improvement in stress levels, regular time for self-reflection, decreased anxiety, and improved sleep.
Therapeutic music, vibrational massage, and guided imagery in this biofeedback chair can help decrease stress, lower anxiety, and improve sleep.
Private rooms are available at certain facilities for an additional fee.