Are you or a loved one in need of real addiction help?
Have you been searching for that one place that will truly care for you as an individual?
The Shores Treatment and Recovery is a premier, highly respected, and affordable National drug and alcohol treatment program. We are proud of our long term success rates which are measured far beyond a person's time spent within our initial care.
Then don't wait any longer, we are here to help you!
Are you tired of riding what has sadly become the addiction treatment merry-go-round that so many other programs offer? Or maybe you simply want to make the right choice for you or a loved one the very first time? Either way, The Shores Treatment and Recovery is that one special program that will help you as well as your family mentally and physically heal from years of substance abuse.
The Shores offers an unique blend, and a wider range of proven addiction treatments and dual diagnosis therapy services all individually tailored for each client by a team of caring and respected treatment professionals.Explore More
Our addiction programs are designed for both men and woman 18-years of age and older. Each designed to promote complete physical, emotional, family, spiritual, and long term healing support for our clients and their families.Explore More
We offer 3-4 times more individual therapy sessions than most other addiction programs. Including: Neurotransmitter Replacement Therapies, Neurofeedback, Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorder, Faith-Based, Medication Management, Holistic, Life Management Training, Massage, Chiropractic, Nutrition and many more.Explore More
If you’re considering entering a rehab facility, the holidays might seem like the least appealing time to get started. But while [...]
Although they’re viewed as a joyful time by most people, the holidays can be difficult for those in recovery. The holidays [...]
Until the 1990’s, addiction and mental health were treated as completely separate entities. Patients who struggled with both mental illness and substance [...]
You’ve heard of the United States’ opioid epidemic. You’ve read the grim statistics: Americans are dying of drug overdoses at [...]