We Succeed, Even when others have failed
The Way Back is dedicated to long-term recovery, helping people find their "way back" from the darkness of drug and alcohol abuse. Recovery from addiction is not a 30, 60 or 90 day process - it is a life-long journey. Recovery means changing behaviors - breaking bad patterns and creating healthy habits. The Way Back helps people get clean and sober, and shows them how to stay that way.
Why Choose The Way back
- Long Term Learning - Our program is designed for 12 months.
- Proven Success - We have an unblemished reputation in helping addicted people to recover since 1999.
- We Change Behaviors - We do not believe in treating addiction with drugs, instead we provide access to more therapy than most treatment centers with our extensive behavioral therapy.
- Personalization - Our team monitors residents extensively over a 1-year period. We learn their personalities and teach effective ways to help each individual recover.
- Clean Living Tools - Our Stage 1 facility is set on 50 beautiful acres in Durham, Connecticut, with access to a full gym, equine assisted learning (seasonal), Tai Chi, Qigong.
- We Help People Get Back on Track - With guidance toward becoming a better spouse, a better parent and a better employee.
- Our Promise - We "will" make promises no other programs can. It all happens at the admission interview.
- We Understand - Everyone involved with The Way Back is trying to save the life of the person you love. All our staff is in recovery. We understand why you are trying to help your loved one - addiction problems mean life and death, and we treat it as such!
- Cost - Our program lasts one year, for the same cost associated with conventional 30 day treatment center programs.
It is our long-term approach that has proven to generate the most success. Our program is successful for anyone who is willing to actively participate and who wants to change. We show people the tools to succeed, and then give them the opportunity to practice these tools in "real life". We show people that they can stay sober. Experience has shown successful recovery increases from 3% to 60% by following this path.