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Why Choose Arrowhead Lodge Recovery for your Alcoholism Recovery?
While there are literally thousands of “treatment centers” and “alcohol rehabs” in the United States, only a fraction of those cater exclusively to men and a small handful of those rehabs cater to men over the age of 30. The lion’s share of treatment centers treat men and women at the same facility and their clientele is comprised mainly of young adults ages 18-30. Read more about Men’s Rehab.
The typical Arrowhead Lodge Recovery client is 50-ish, married, has children, a career and has achieved some success in his life by all outward appearances. He has been in treatment for his drinking problem multiple times, yet he continues to get drunk shortly afterward. Why? Here’s what some of our clients have told us:
- I just smiled a lot in rehab and got through it…
- I did it for my wife/work/legal problem (DUI)…
- I didn’t learn very much (about how to recover)…
- I wasn’t going to talk about that in front of a bunch of kids…
Due to our small size, Arrowhead Lodge Recovery clients receive a lot of personal attention. Our program is geared specifically toward men over the age of 30. We have a highly credentialed professional staff that includes:
- Two ASAM Board-certified Physicians (Physical Medicine and Psychiatrist)
- Addiction Psychiatrist
- Clinical Psychologist
- Master’s Level and Licensed Therapists
- Physician Board Certified in Pain Medicine Doctor of Divinity
- Registered Nurse
- Peer Support Specialists
- Addiction Oriented Nutritionist
- And more…
Who is an Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Client?
Our clients include physicians, attorneys, pilots, business owners, executives, managers and blue-collar workers, because alcoholism doesn’t care about who you are, what you do or how much money you make. It is a killer disease and if you have it, you need to talk to us right now.
Should I call?
If you’ve gotten this far – you should probably call us . You will speak personally and privately with Admissions Director Robyn Chance by calling her directly at 888-654-2800. You may also want to look up Alcoholics Anonymous on the Internet for more information regarding alcoholism.
If someone close to you is saying your drinking is affecting him or her negatively, a confidential call to us to discuss it may be in order. Our Addiction Treatment Programs include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Individual and group therapy
- Mindfulness Training
- Exercise and Fitness
- Nutrition Counseling
- Community Model
- Impaired Professionals Well-Being Program