Our Philosophy

We recognize that alcohol and substance abuse comes in various sizes, shapes and forms. Most drug and alcohol recovery centers offer clients with one-dimensional treatment where every client has to fit in a “box.” We custom design a treatment program specific to the clients’ needs. We designed programs for Young Adults, Professionals, Baby Boomers, and clients who are struggling with trauma and / or co-occurring disorders. At White Oak, we recognize that addiction is a disease that requires a comprehensive therapeutic approach and the active involvement of the family unit to achieve stable, long-term recovery. We provide treatment for the whole person in their environment within a 30 day plan that will be tailored to the needs of the individual and families. We concentrate on breaking the cycle of the addiction through the mental, medical, and emotional effects that keep a person stuck.

Our Philosophy Is That Chemical Dependence Is Treatable.

Our philosophy is built upon the belief that chemical dependence, if left untreated, is a chronic, progressive and fatal illness. The problem is pervasive and affects not only the identified dependent individual, but also those who are in any type of intimate relationship with them. Those affected are family members, spouses, friends, employers, and coworkers. Chemical dependence places an enormous strain on the family system and places all members in jeopardy.

It is further believed that not only the chemically dependent individual is in need of treatment, but whenever possible, the entire family system is also in need of treatment. It is further understood that alcohol and drug problems occur on a continuum—ranging from what can be identified as a problem to chronic dependence.

With that understanding, our philosophy is to provide individualized services to meet each client’s specific needs.

To answer the challenge of alcoholism and other dependencies, we engage in education and treatment. A variety of treatment methods are utilized and employed following the process of differential diagnosis for each individual and family.

What we treat

  • Alcoholism
  • Heroin
  • Suboxone/subutex
  • Cocaine
  • Painkillers
  • Meth
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Amphetamines
  • Marijuana

We know this can be a difficult time and at the White Oak Run Recovery Center we want no barriers to success. Learn to live sober in the most relaxing environment we can provide.

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