DreamLife Recovery provides a full spectrum of individualized addiction treatment programs and services at our beautiful campus in the calm, natural setting of Westmoreland County, PA. A typical journey to recovery from substance abuse may follow this course from the time you reach out to us to when you begin your new chapter of recovery:
- Admission – Our admissions specialists work with you or a loved one to verify your unique situation and treatment needs and insurance to ensure that we are a good fit.
- Detox – To begin recovering, you will detoxify your body and mind of the addictive substances, so you can begin healing with a clean slate, free from the effects of alcohol and drugs.
- Residential Treatment – You will stay for a time at our rehab center far from the distractions of life to focus your energy and mind on addressing the underlying causes that have propelled the addiction with a caring team of professionals dedicated to helping you heal. Our team of counselors and clinicians works with you to develop a personalized treatment plan, meeting you where you are at and determining how we can best help you to a successful recovery.
- Aftercare – We understand that recovery from addiction is a lifelong process, so when you complete our residential program, we continue to provide support and guidance for the first year. During your inpatient program we are preparing for your discharge, and once you leave us, we continue offering guidance to ensure you have the support you need to heal.
During your journey to sobriety with DreamLife Recovery, you will encounter a range of treatment modalities catered to your personal needs. Some of the therapeutic modalities we offer include:
- Dual Diagnosis – addressing addiction and co-occurring mental health or behavioral health disorders that may present alongside the addiction
- Psychotherapy – individual counseling, group therapy, EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), psychodrama, and more
- Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) – withdrawal from some substances can be severe and lasting, which is when medications can be used to safely and effectively come off the substance
- Family therapy – including loved ones in the healing process is integral to making a complete recovery
- Holistic/alternative healing – a holistic approach to healing mind, body, and spirit is key to addressing stress reduction and introducing healthier coping mechanisms for recovery through yoga, energy healing, equine therapy, and more