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People who struggle with alcohol and drug abuse today have a wide variety of treatment options to choose from. But many of these plans rely on the same methods to help their patients recover. Often, this means participating in 12-step programs and receiving only traditional types of treatment.

But just because a treatment is popular doesn’t mean that it’s the most effective for a particular patient’s recovery. If you’re looking for something different, then you should seriously be considering holistic and non-12-step rehab options.

Keep reading to learn more about what these treatment options entail and how they can help you work towards a better life. You can also get started with a holistic non-12-step rehab program immediately by calling the Still Water Wellness Group at (800) 563-8983.

What are Holistic Rehabs?

Holistic rehabs have grown increasingly popular in recent years. To understand them, you first need to understand what the word “holistic” means. Essentially, holistic refers to the whole person. When the word is used in a medical context, it’s meant to denote a type of treatment that addresses the entire mind, body, and spirit instead of only the part of the self that seems to need direct treatment.

The history of holistic healing is a long one. Countless cultures have used it to support the health of their people. Today, many treatment centers for drug and alcohol abuse are incorporating the powers of holistic healing into their rehab plans.

They’re doing so by supplementing traditional healing methods with a variety of services that are designed to address the entirety of a patient’s addiction. The treatments that are available in holistic rehabs may vary, but can include:

  • Yoga classes
  • Work with a nutritionist
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage therapy
  • Outdoor activities
  • Outdoor therapy
  • And more

What are Non-12-Step Rehabs?

12-step programs have become the dominant form of treatment for addiction in the United States. As the name suggests, these programs have 12 steps and the recovering addict must complete each of them as they work towards their recovery goals.

Many people find that 12-step programs help them unlock a better version of themselves. The programs can be an excellent way to gain insight, learn from the experiences of others, and to receive the support of a community of like-minded individuals.

But that doesn’t mean that 12-step programs are perfect. For some people, they simply aren’t the best way to recover from drugs or alcohol abuse.

Non-12-step rehabs are built with the needs of these individuals in mind. They replicate many of the benefits of 12-step programs but without also replicating their drawbacks. For example, many people dislike that 12-step programs require them to admit they are powerless over their addiction and to have faith in a higher power. Non-12-step programs don’t require this of their members, but they do still offer communal support and insight from the experiences of others.

How do I Choose the Right Rehab For Me?

Only you can decide which type of rehab is the best choice for you. We recommend that you start by considering what you hope to get out of rehab. You may have also received treatment for drug or alcohol abuse in the past. If so, think about what’s worked best for you previously. Then, try to find a rehab program that makes that an emphasis.

For example, a holistic rehab program may be the best option if you know that you’ll respond well to services like yoga classes and nutrition work. A non-12-step rehab may be the best choice if you don’t care for the teaching of groups like AA or NA.

Often, you’ll find that treatment centers offer combinations of multiple types of rehab programs. For example, the Still Water Wellness Group offers several types of rehab that are both holistic and non-12-step. This gives you some additional freedom in choosing the type of treatment that is the absolute best fit for your unique needs.

How to Get Started with a Holistic, Non-12-Step Rehab Program

The quickest way to begin a holistic, non-12-step rehab program is to reach out to the Still Water Wellness Group today. We provide high-quality treatment for drug and alcohol abuse that can be personalized to meet your unique recovery needs.

Our programs offer a wide variety of holistic healing services, including yoga classes, nature walks, outdoor therapy, and an on-site nutritionist for you to work with. They also avoid the preachings of 12-step programs so you’ll get to heal in the way that’s best for you — not in whatever way a group tells you to.

Of course, holistic, non-12-step rehab programs aren’t for everyone. If you’d rather get started with something traditional, we have options for that too.

Whatever type of rehab you prefer, we can help you get started with it. Just give us a call to learn more about our options and to get a personalized recommendation from one of our highly experienced medical professionals.