All Niznik Behavioral Health treatment programs are evidence-based and proven effective in treating drug and alcohol addiction.
The types of programs you’ll find at Niznik Behavioral Health vary across facilities nationwide, but all of our treatment plans focus on your unique needs. We’re committed to meeting you at whatever phase of your recovery journey you’re in right now. That’s why we offer a number of different types of addiction treatment programs:
Medical detox is recommended when you’ve depended on drugs or alcohol for some time. We’re here to help you through the experience of detox safely and comfortably.
With 24/7 access to our clinicians and staff, residential programs are also a good fit for people who need more structure. Moreover, residential treatment helps you build trusted relationships with peers who are going through a similar situation.
After completing residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program offers a seamless transition to your new sober life. In this crucial phase of your treatment, you’ll see behavior professionals at least five days per week.
If staying on our premises isn’t practical for you, there’s the option to commute to our facility for your treatment and go home afterward. An intensive outpatient program is an excellent solution for those who need treatment that fits their schedule.
No treatment would be complete without comprehensive aftercare. A rehab aftercare program helps you develop and maintain a strong support system, reducing your chances of relapse. It also connects clients with housing arrangements, support groups, therapy, and other resources to ease the transition to everyday life.
Evidence-based addiction treatment programs have provided countless individuals with the healing and resources to confront their addictions. Our psychotherapies are evidence-based and proven to help treat substance use disorders.
Niznik Behavioral Health treatment centers put them to work through the guidance of our trained behavioral health professionals. These approaches take place through both one-on-one talk therapy and group settings.