With the right kind of treatment and support you’ll find at White Sands Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center, recovery and sobriety ARE possible. Please don’t give up, even if you’ve already tried and failed to stay sober before.

Taking the First Step

We’ve all heard of hitting rock bottom, but where exactly is it? And is it the same for everyone? For many, rock bottom is the point that a substance abuser reaches when they are finally willing to seek help; things have gotten so out of control that it is impossible to deny there is a problem any longer. Rock bottom may arrive suddenly, or it may be the result of a slow and steady decline, but the catalyst usually involves loss:

– the loss of a job
– the loss of family and friends
– the loss of a relationship/marriage
– the loss of a home
– legal and/or financial problems
– deterioration of physical and/or mental health

As soon as an individual has reached a point that they are ready to change, then this will be their rock bottom, when they finally see past the denial and their own defense mechanisms and face the truth of their situation.

Reached Your “Rock Bottom?” Call White Sands TODAY (877) 855-3470

At White Sands Detox and Rehab Clinic, our recovery treatment programs can help get you back on a steady path towards sobriety and recovery and give you a renewed sense of hope.

Our rehab and recovery program begins with a medically-managed process of detoxification, to help you safely withdraw for drugs or alcohol with a minimum amount of discomfort. Rest assured that caring, experienced medical professionals will be by your side to monitor and guide you through the process, and keep you comfortable as you transition from addiction to sobriety and a life lived in recovery.

You will also be individually assessed to ensure your therapy protocol will give you maximum benefit. Where emotional or mental difficulties may be contributing to an addiction, dual diagnosis therapies that include a holistic mix of behavioral therapy, medication and support groups will also be used in order to strengthen the recovery process.

Treatment options include:

  •  Medical Detox Treatment: a safe, medically-managed withdrawal process focused on your comfort.
  •  Drug Treatment: effective, fine-tuned treatments based on the specific drug being abused.
  •  Alcohol Treatment: addresses the unique physical and mental effects of alcohol abuse.
  •  Addiction Treatment:  begins with detox and continues with therapies that help individuals identify their triggers, control their cravings, and address any underlying emotional disorders that may be contributing to the addiction.
  •  Prescription Drug Treatment: targets addiction to commonly-prescribed drugs for pain, attention-deficiency disorder, anxiety, depression and more.
  •  Family Treatment: focuses on family dynamics that may be contributing to an addiction, codependency, and feelings of guilt and hopelessness.
  •  Christian Treatment: especially suitable for individuals with a strong sense of Christian spirituality, where faith becomes an integral part of the recovery process.
  •  Intervention : intervening on behalf of an individual in crisis in order to convince them that treatment is needed.
  •  Substance Abuse Treatment: treatment at varying levels of intensity that is geared towards individuals for those who are substance abusers but aren’t necessarily addicts.
  •  Addiction and Mental Health Treatment: to address both the chemical dependency and mental and emotional disorders that may have led to the addiction, or resulted due to the addiction.
  •  Alternative Treatment: a combination of traditional and non-traditional therapies that provide a holistic approach to recovery.

Once the detox process is completed and physical sobriety is attained, you’ll transition into rehab and start working with our experienced therapists to get a better understanding of why you started abusing drugs or alcohol, and how to cope with life’s challenges without resorting to them again. While this part of the process can be emotionally difficult, it is crucial in order to help reduce the risk of relapse once rehab is complete.

While working face-to-face with therapists on individual issues, you’ll also be attending group therapy sessions where you’ll gain even more insight from shared experiences with other recovering addicts. Group therapy also helps our clients develop a greater capacity for compassion and forgiveness for themselves and for others, which is a key part of the healing process.

If you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, sobriety can seem like an impossible goal. But no matter how hopeless thing seem, recovery is always within reach. Call White Sands Alcohol and Drug Rehab Center today at (877) 855-3470 to talk to our team of alcohol and drug treatment specialists about why White Sands is the perfect place to recover.