Drug use and dependence continue to plague America’s youth at an alarming rate. Substance abuse commonly begins during adolescence, which is why it is so critical to address early on. The first step in addiction treatment is recognizing that drug dependence is a disease.

Drug Addiction as a Disease

The National Institute on Drug Abuse defines drug dependence as a chronic disease that results in harmful, long-term consequences. Those affected are predisposed to compulsive drug seeking and use, and their ability to stop is limited by their predisposition.

Because drug addiction is a disease, clinical treatments offer a greater chance of success than traditional self-help methods.

ReBoot employs a groundbreaking approach to drug abuse rehabilitation. Targeting the mind, body and spirit, our four-phase treatment method takes a holistic approach toward substance dependence to prevent relapsing and ensure a continuous recovery.

Reboot Center - Understanding Addiction

Drug use and dependence continue to plague America’s youth at an alarming rate. Substance abuse commonly begins during adolescence, which is why it is so critical to address early on. The first step in addiction treatment is recognizing that drug dependence is a disease.

Reboot Center - Understanding Addiction

Drug Addiction as a Disease

The National Institute on Drug Abuse defines drug dependence as a chronic disease that results in harmful, long-term consequences. Those affected are predisposed to compulsive drug seeking and use, and their ability to stop is limited by their predisposition.

Because drug addiction is a disease, clinical treatments offer a greater chance of success than traditional self-help methods.

ReBoot employs a groundbreaking approach to drug abuse rehabilitation. Targeting the mind, body and spirit, our four-phase treatment method takes a holistic approach toward substance dependence to prevent relapsing and ensure a continuous recovery.

Reboot Center - Rehabilitation Program

Four-Phase Treatment Program

Traditional self-help rehabilitation methods are rarely effective. Bankole Johnson, author of “Addiction Medicine” and a neuroscience professor at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, believes this method can’t produce long-term results unless it also involves medication.

So ReBoot employs a different approach.

Our innovative treatment program breaks down your child’s cognitive restraints and unhealthy behaviors to make them more receptive to therapy. The first few weeks will be challenging for your child, especially as they experience withdrawal symptoms. But with the help of our caring staff and knowledgeable mentors, your child will slowly become a healthy, strong individual again.

Reboot Center - Rehabilitation Program

Four-Phase Treatment Program

Traditional self-help rehabilitation methods are rarely effective. Bankole Johnson, author of “Addiction Medicine” and a neuroscience professor at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, believes this method can’t produce long-term results unless it also involves medication.

So ReBoot employs a different approach.

Our innovative treatment program breaks down your child’s cognitive restraints and unhealthy behaviors to make them more receptive to therapy. The first few weeks will be challenging for your child, especially as they experience withdrawal symptoms. But with the help of our caring staff and knowledgeable mentors, your child will slowly become a healthy, strong individual again.

Phase 1: Re-Identify

Your child will undergo a six-week, physically intense course patterned after the U.S. military’s basic training. Your teenager will be stripped of electronics, peers, biases, pride, stubbornness and other hurdles that prevent recovery.

A military veteran will mentor your child to ensure their safety and progress. This high-intensity training kick starts the brain and body’s healing process.

Intense physical exercise — mostly cardiovascular — is proven to increase blood flow to the brain, which helps eradicate the drugs’ lingering effects on your child’s cognitive functions. Exercise also elevates mood and self-esteem, removes residual drug toxins and creates mental and physical exhaustion, helping your child become more responsive to the other therapies.

Phase 2: Re-Connect

Your child will then be admitted to a residential treatment center where they’ll receive nutritional, mental, physical and emotional therapy. Administered by some of the most competent neuroscientists and neuropsychologists in the world, your teenager will undergo therapies proven to be effective in treating drug addiction.

Brain scans, IQ testing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and neuro-psychological evaluations will help your child rid themselves of drug-dependence-related behaviors.

In this phase, they’ll also build vital social skills, which will help them cope as they re-enter society. Family plays an integral role in this process. You’ll receive counseling as a family to address any issues and strengthen your household ties. This creates a positive environment without the triggers that may lead to relapses.

Phase 3: Re-Discover

Once they’re physically and mentally able, your teenager will go on a veteran-chaperoned trip to an impoverished community. The goal of meeting families living in poverty-stricken areas is to help illuminate and change your child’s perspective. They’ll gain a deeper appreciation for what they have by assisting those in much greater need.

Phase 4: Re-Purpose

The last phase is perhaps the most crucial to ensuring a successful re-entry into society. Your child returns home, given that they have the full support of their family. They’ll also continue going to personal therapy, monitored by our professionals.

Those who don’t have a healthy home environment can be placed in our Transitional Family Placement program. Cases of drug abuse among teens often involve strained familial relationships, which is why ReBoot heavily emphasizes the importance of sound family dynamics and parental relationships.

If parents or guardians aren’t able/willing to meet the minimum family coaching time, develop a safe new dialogue and improve their interaction, we find a safe place for the child to go.

In these cases, the child will go to a vetted kinship or temporary family placement where they can start a new life without the triggers of a toxic home, school or community. Placement depends on the family’s ability to progress with their son or daughter.

The ReBoot Difference

Effective rehab programs don’t end with detoxification or stopping substance abuse and managing the accompanying withdrawal symptoms. ReBoot recognizes that detoxification is only the first step in addiction treatment.

The purpose of our four-phase program is to break down your child’s old mindset and habits that can trigger relapse, and help them rebuild a positive social identity. The four phases ensure that your child succeeds in creating a new life as a healthy individual.

Take the first step in your child’s journey to recovery. Call us today at (929) 437-4325 to schedule an appointment.

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