90-Day Curriculum Program for Addiction TreatmentLong-Term Residential Treatment for Drug & Alcohol Addiction
Our mission at Stonegate Center, located in Azle, Texas, to empower positive, lifelong change within our clients. However, this change doesn’t come easy. It takes a lot of hard work, deep introspection, and top-notch medical attention. And, we’ve developed a program to match. Stonegate Center offers a 90-day comprehensive program aimed at tackling the underlying issues of one’s drug and alcohol addiction. Our goal is to propel our clients into long-term sobriety. Whether it’s your first time in rehab or your family’s last-ditch effort, our program is designed to stick.
As advocates of lifelong recovery, we realize that 90-days grants us a small window of opportunity to get you well. That is why we designed our program to be streamlined and highly-effective. Everything we do at Stonegate Center has a purpose, and each activity is meant to improve our clients’ cognitive, emotional, and behavioral wellbeing.
Our 90-day curriculum blends evidence-based clinical practices with quality medical care. During your stay at Stonegate, you’ll partake in individual therapy, group therapy, experiential therapy, equine therapy, and family programming among others. Additionally, you’ll receive top-notch medical attention to aid in the management of detox, withdrawal symptoms, and other side-effects induced by drug and alcohol abuse.
And don’t forget about our spiritual component! Stonegate Center is founded on Christian principles, which allows you to incorporate your faith into the healing process. We believe fellowship and service and push for a thorough understanding of the 12-Steps.
As soon as you step on our campus, your day is planned out. Our daily schedule is meant to instill structure and accountability – two principles necessary in achieving long-term sobriety.
Why 90 Days
The motivation behind our 90-day curriculum is simple: increased probability for success. We’d hate to break it to you, but there’s no quick fix for addiction recovery. Healing takes time.
We often find clients enticed by brief 30-day stints, which is understandable. Family obligations, school requirements, and work needs play a huge factor into one’s decision to go to rehab. However, our data suggests shorter stays in treatment are less effective. We want this to be the last stop on your journey in recovery, and as such, we will only implement services that are in our clients’ best interest.
Therefore, despite media popularization of the 30-day treatment standard and insurance’s push for short-term stays, we are firm believers in the 90-day treatment model.
Still not convinced? Well, you better believe we’ve done our research. Scientific evidence suggests a deep correlation between positive outcomes and treatment duration. In other words, the longer your stay in treatment, the better your chance of attaining long-term sobriety. Who wouldn’t want to increase their chances of success?
Unfortunately, we live in an age surrounded by quick solutions. Hungry? Swing by your favorite fast food restaurant and get a chicken sandwich in seconds. Want that new video game? Sign up for Amazon Same-Day Delivery. But, recovery from drug and alcohol addiction doesn’t work like that. It takes time.
Contact Us For Help
If you or a loved one is battling with substance abuse addiction, Stonegate Center is here to help. With four facilities in the Fort Worth, TX area, we're available to help those in surrounding communities reach a full recovery from addiction. Learn more about proper nutrition for recovery and our addiction treatment programs, which range from medical detox to continuing care. Contact us today for more information, or visit our insurance verification page to verify your insurance coverage for rehab treatment.
Other Treatment Programs
- Drug Addiction Treatment
- Alcohol Abuse Treatment
- Heroin Addiction Treatment
- Residential Rehab
- Gender-Separate Treatment Program
- 12-Step Treatment Program
- Family Integration Program
- Individual Therapy
- Nutrition Program
- 90-Day Curriculum Program
- 45-Day Core Program
- Equine Therapy
- Wellness Program
- Continuing Care
- Ongoing Recovery Support
- Medical Detox Program
Stonegate Center's Rehab to Recovery in Texas
Stonegate Center's Fort Worth, TX rehab facility is located in a quiet, safe, and spacious 125-acre ranch in Fort Worth, Texas. We proudly service the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Oklahoma areas, and we can accommodate patients from coast to coast, as well. We accept all clients and insurances. To learn if your insurance covers drug addiction treatment services, visit our online verification page.
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