Guiding People Through Addiction to a Life of Purpose & Peace
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You’re not alone in this. Once you’re ready to take the first step, we’ll meet you wherever you’re at and help you reclaim the sober life you deserve.
The Roots Way
We employ a holistic, strength-based approach that focuses on confronting the underlying causes of your addiction and helping you recover in a supportive space.
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In a matter of minutes, our expert admission coordinators can verify your insurance and provide you with a clear, easy-to-understand summary of your coverage.
Why Choose Roots Recovery?
We don’t just treat addiction at Roots Recovery, we treat people. Recovery from addiction doesn’t just mean getting sober, it means gaining the knowledge, life experience, and support you need to maintain sobriety throughout your entire life.
At Roots, we use evidence-based addiction treatment and holistic therapies to ensure our clients have a truly comprehensive recovery experience geared towards healing their mind, body, and spirit. We focus on cultivating a strong, stable foundation centered around community-based support and helping our clients learn the personal, professional, and real world skills they need to achieve the future they’ve always wanted.
Our Treatment Programs
Our Recovery Services
Our licensed counselors provide clients with a safe, confidential, and welcoming environment to discuss their substance abuse disorder and recovery goals, uncovering the root of their addiction and treating it at its source. Clients have designated time to spend with their counselor in a one-on-one setting on a regular basis.
Addiction never affects just one person. When clients are ready, we encourage them to invite their loved ones in to have an open and honest conversation about what each person needs from the other to heal. During group therapy, a handful of clients will work with a counselor to discuss addiction, learn skills for sobriety, and build fellowship.
At Roots Recovery, we believe in substance abuse treatment that addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of our clients. Using the core principles of the 12-steps, we help our clients attend productive, positive 12-step meetings that provide encouragement and solution-based discussions for recovery.
Addiction and mental illnesses can feed off of one another, and in order to truly heal, both need to be addressed. As a dual diagnosis treatment center, we help clients battling with co-occurring disorders — such as alcoholism paired with anxiety or depression — access the tools they need to heal and cope with the stressors of everyday life.
In both our residential living and outpatient programs, we work to build a community that encourages life-long sobriety, because starting a new life free of addiction requires support. We take the work of addiction recovery seriously, while encouraging our clients to enjoy themselves and build lasting friendships.
Roots gave me the accountability and structure I needed to finally understand what lasting recovery looks like. This program really saved my life. My family is so grateful for all of the work they do to help people.
I have been struggling with addiction for years and I have never felt more at home than at Roots. I have never felt more support or had a group that could relate to my situation. Overall Roots is incredible, a support system I couldn’t be more grateful for.
When you visit Roots Recovery, it won’t feel like the typical rehab center or doctor’s office — each of our facilities feels like home. From our comfortable men’s and women’s sober living homes to our outpatient treatment center, every Roots facility is designed with your comfort in mind.
With plenty of natural light, a library, collaborative group spaces, and a beautiful view of the lake, our addiction treatment center is a welcoming, peaceful space where you can focus on yourself and your sobriety.
The comfortable bedrooms, full kitchens, washers and dryers, and recreation spaces in our sober living homes ensure that you have everything you need to live a normal life while working on your recovery.
Our Recovery Blog
Let’s be honest: how often does helping others sound like the last thing you want to do — not because you don’t care, but because you just don’t feel like you have the energy?
Addiction is expensive. Early in recovery, money can be difficult to manage: spent savings can lead to shame and guilt that make it hard to think too much about money.
Addiction stigma is a complicated problem with no easy solution. The assumptions that many sober people make about those with addictions — and the misconceptions that people with substance abuse disorders often believe about themselves — can’t be undone overnight.