At Broadway Treatment Center we don’t believe that there is one simple or right approach to addiction recovery. We know that every person is unique, with their own strengths and weaknesses.
Our treatment center also recognizes that you are a whole person, with physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs that need to be nurtured. Our unique treatment therapies reflect our philosophy and also put us on the cutting edge of addiction treatment.
Our multi-faceted approach to recovery means that you have access to treatments that many other treatment programs don’t. We believe it is important to offer a wide range of therapies to our clients so that they have the best possible care and long-term success in recovery and all areas of life.
Unique Therapies Available at Broadway Treatment Center
IV Vitamin Therapy
Newly recovering clients may arrive at treatment depleted and suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, lowered immune system and other issues. In addition, if you are in the process of detoxing, you will be even further depleted as your body works hard to rid itself of toxins, heal and recover.
IV Vitamin therapy provides a powerful mix of essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients to the body to help you heal faster, feel better and get healthier. Broadway Treatment Center believes that recovery is a whole body and mind process. The body and mind are connected, and being physically healthy supports your recovery.
IV Vitamin therapy, also known as a “Myers Cocktail,” named after physician John Myers has been used to treat a variety of chronic illness, disease, and symptoms. Some of these include:
- Viral illness and infection
- Respiratory illness
- Cardiovascular disease
- Seasonal allergies
- Narcotic withdrawal symptoms
- And more
IV Vitamin sessions can be administered regularly to increase health and vitality and bring relief from physical and mental symptoms associated with less than optimal health. In addition, clients who are withdrawing from narcotics may benefit from IV Vitamin therapy to reduce withdrawal symptoms.
My Brain Solutions
Did you know that the brain is continually changing, evolving and healing itself? Did you know that you can actively train your brain to be more resilient? Brains that are more resilient handle stress better, which is one of the reasons why My Brain Solutions is an effective and fun treatment to help your brain become more engaged, less stressed and more resilient.
How does this relate to addiction and recovery? Addiction begins in the brain, and that is also where recovery takes place. My Brain Solutions uses evidence-based approaches that build new brain habits and support recovery.
Each client receives a comprehensive neuropsychological assessment that evaluates strengths and weaknesses. Based on this data, an individualized program is generated that develops new brain habits such as self-regulation, positive thinking and reduces stress.
Feedback allows you to monitor your progress and see how the training is impacting thoughts, feelings and behavior.
The Matrix Model is a widely-used addiction treatment modality that has been shown effective for many addicts. It is an evidence-based intensive treatment program that can be completed in 16 weeks, or can be completed over a longer period of time.
The Matrix Model is acknowledged by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) as being an effective and scientifically sound treatment for addiction.
This model combines a variety of elements including individual and group therapy, social support, family education and relapse prevention. It also integrates twelve step involvement to create a highly supportive and sustainable means of addiction recovery.
Addiction treatment is best when a multi-faceted approach is taken that addresses the needs of the whole individual. Therapies that engage all senses, incorporate movement and encourage self-expression are vital to the process of healing, developing self-awareness and learning to enjoy life without the use of drugs and alcohol.
There are many factors that influence addiction. Unresolved trauma can show up in a person’s life over and over again, affecting all areas of living including jobs, relationships and substance abuse. Addressing trauma in conjunction with treatment can greatly increase a person’s chances of staying clean and sober. In addition, trauma therapy can mean a huge difference in quality of life, relationships and long-term success overall.
Broadway Treatment Center is proud to offer comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment for our clients. For people who are struggling with mental health issues such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression and PTSD, getting help for addiction can be challenging. In order for a successful recovery, mental health must be addressed. Focusing only on the addiction and not the person is simply not an effective approach to the problem. Our program teaches strategies for managing mental health issues as well as treating addiction, and teaches how these two things intertwine.
Although yoga has been practiced for over two thousand years, it has only recently begun to be taken seriously by the western medical community. They now understand what yogis have known all along: Yoga is good for the body, mind and spirit.
How does yoga fit into addiction treatment? It helps to calm and soothe the anxious mind. It increases feelings of well-being. It aids in impulse control. It helps restore strength, flexibility, and energy to the depleted body. It also helps restore self-esteem and a healthy body image.
Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is a multi-faceted process. Sometimes, it’s just plain hard work. Learning how to overcome cravings and identifying triggers. Retraining the brain and learning new habits and behaviors. But there is more to it than that. Living clean is a new lifestyle. And part of living life is also learning how to have fun clean and sober. This is incredibly important. Many people arrive in treatment fearing that they will never have fun again, and can’t imagine what it’s like to have a good time without drugs or alcohol. Deep down, we all want to enjoy life, so learning how to do this clean and sober early on is essential for long-term success.
Surfing is a fun and freeing activity, and although in many ways it is play, it actually provides some valuable life skills. People in early recovery struggle with issues of low self-esteem and lacking confidence. Surfing is a great way to build these things while having a good time.
*Surfing is a seasonal, and weather permitting activity.