Addiction is a disease that’s faced by over 23 million Americans. But at Mending Fences, LLC, we’re taking strides each day to put an end to addiction. We take a personalized approach to addiction treatment in Ocala, offering our guests the therapies and activities they need for success. Getting sober doesn’t have be a solitary struggle. In fact, when you reach out for help, you exponentially increase your chances of success! If you’re ready to build a better future, it’s time to let us help you mend.
Why choose Mending Fences, LLC for my addiction treatment in Ocala?
There are many facilities offering addiction treatment in Ocala, but few offer the care that we do at Mending Fences, LLC. In fact, our facility offers an experience that’s unlike any other. We’re situated on a 400 acre property that’s filled with natural settings to help bring tranquility to your recovery. Additionally, we offer equine therapy that helps to remove emotional barriers, establish trust and improve personal responsibility, among many other benefits.
In addition to our equine therapy, we’re proud to boast a full catalogue of other therapies, including:
- Group Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Mental Health Care
- Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment
- Relaxation Therapy
- Daily Activities
- & Much More
We take the above therapies, among many others, and combine the best approach for your specific needs. Everybody has different challenges that have pushed them towards substance abuse, and addressing these challenges starts by getting the personalized treatment that addresses your specific challenges. At Mending Fences, LLC, we offer this approach to addiction treatment in Ocala.
What about co-occurring disorders?
Many people struggling with drug and/or alcohol problems are also struggling with mental health disorders. This is because, in many cases, addictions don’t develop on their own. Maybe you started drinking to try to control your depression, or maybe anxiety from a traumatic experience has caused you to self-medicate with dangerous drugs. These are co-occurring disorders.
People facing co-occurring disorders are struggling with substance abuse problems, alongside mental health problems such as depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder or anxiety. Treatments for co-occurring disorders must address the mental health struggles along with treating the substance abuse problems as well.