Everyone will go through a different process on their road to recovery. Whether you’re been addicted to drugs or alcohol for a few days, weeks, or years it’s never too late to seek help. Getting treatment for your addiction starts when call a treatment facility and seek out treatment. At Mending Fences we offer addiction treatment for those in need. Many people struggle with drug and alcohol addiction and we’re here to help you if you’re battling addiction.
Will Mending Fences be able to help me?
Our professionals at Mending Fences offer treatment and care for those batting drug and alcohol addiction. When you call our recovery helpline you’ll speak with one of our treatment center counselors who can help you get started on your road to recovery. Finding the right treatment program is incredibly important to your success and sobriety. We have a variety of different therapies that can help you such as:
- Equine therapy
- Group therapy
- Relaxation therapy
- Individual therapy
- Daily activities
Many people who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction are also struggling with mental health issues. For these people, dual diagnosis treatment is something that is available. There are many different challenges that arise when someone is struggling with addiction and mental health illness. Our professionals at Mending Fences offer many treatment programs to help those in need of dual diagnosis treatment.
If you’re ready to overcome the addiction you’re struggling with now is the time to get help. At Mending Fences, we have a team of treatment center counselors who are ready to help you overcome your struggles. We know addiction is difficult and we aim to provide the best addiction treatment in Ocala. Our equine therapy is one of the many addiction treatments we offer at Mending Fences. Don’t allow your addiction to control your life any longer. Begin your journey towards sobriety with a phone call to our recovery helpline. We have a team of professionals who are here to provide you with the help and care you need to overcome your addiction.