Clients that enter our drug rehab and alcohol treatment programs are guided by skilled addiction professionals that provide a thorough clinical diagnosis, assessing the best course of treatment to ensure each component of the client’s struggle is addressed within their unique, personalized treatment plan. Drug rehabilitation program members work closely with their licensed therapist to ensure continued stabilization from detox, while participating in psycho-educational services. At Muse, we understand that no journey to recovery is alike and depending on the severity of the addiction, a wide range of coping and processing approaches are needed to help every individual that enters our drug rehab program.
Mental illness often accompanies addiction, and Muse’s dual diagnosis treatment programs are specifically designed for those suffering from co-occuring disorders. We have found that substance abuse is frequently used as a coping mechanism to treat undiagnosed and underlying mental health disorders. We take a multidimensional approach by utilizing evidence-based practices, as well as complementary holistic methods, to help individuals recover with integrity, dignity and respect. Muse employs an integrated treatment approach with intricate and complex screening assessments in order to properly identify the specific needs of each of our dual diagnosis treatment program members.
At Muse, mental health and addiction recovery go hand in hand. Mental health wellness is an integrated part of any addiction recovery program, and at Muse, we tackle all aspects of any disorder as it relates to each individual case. Mental health issues can range from mild to severe anxiety, depression and sleep disorders, and are often a normal and common part of recovery. During the recovery process, particularly during the detoxification and post-acute withdrawal, mental health disorders of all types become activated and, at times, exacerbated. Give yourself the best chance at recovery and let the skilled professionals at Muse get you on the path toward true mental health wellness.
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If you are looking for a place to really try to change your life, Muse is a great place! The staff were all so in tune with what I was going through. If I ever had a problem, or was feeling like using, I could go to them and they'd talk to me. It didn’t matter what time of the day or night it was. I had never had people who cared about me so much that weren’t family. I still stay in touch with people I went through the house with, we go to meetings and go surfing and other things I never did when I was loaded. It’s a great life, and I really never thought I would be so happy.
I’ve been through 5 other detox programs and was pretty sure none of them would ever work. I decided to give it one more try before just resigning to being a junky the rest of my life. I found Muse and I have to say I am pretty surprised. I have over 8 months clean and it’s more time than I’ve had the last 11 years. All the groups were great, and the neuro-feedback was something I haven’t seen anywhere else. I still see my therapist and I am so happy. I am very grateful to Muse!
I never wanted to go to treatment. I always thought I could quit on my own. I tried myself dozens of times but always went back. I could stay quit for a day or two but never more. I didn’t know what to do. I thought I would die and never thought I could live without my drug. When I finally realized that I needed some help I was terrified. The staff at Muse really knew what I was going through. They had been through it themselves and showed me the way. I have never been sober this long in my life, and if I keep doing what I’m doing, what they taught me, I think I’ll stay sober.
I stayed at Muse Sober Living for two months. When I arrived I was very emotionally and spiritually sick. My drug and alcohol dependence nearly took my life on several occasions. The structure of being surrounded by others in recovery, having chores, going to meetings and never knowing when I would get tested helped me to stay sober long enough to let the program work me. Today I am grateful to say I am clean and sober for just under a year now. My life today, inside and out, is 180 degrees away in the right direction.