What We Treat


What We Treat at The Well Recovery Center

Sometimes it may seem like there is no way out of addiction—but here’s the good news: Treatment works, recovery is possible, and you can lead a rich and full life, free of alcohol and drug addiction. The first step is to seek detox, cleansing the body and mind of the harmful effects of addiction—and that is something we can provide at The Well Recovery Center. We treat men and women alike.  Pets can come, too! No matter the extent or nature of your addiction, the season you spend at The Well Recovery Center will be a peaceful time, a time of healing—and an important chance for you to jump start your new life, free from addiction and its effects.

Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

shutterstock_451457953At The Well Recovery Center we provide care for those who struggle with all manner of substance use disorders, and that includes alcoholism. Alcoholism is defined as a physical and mental dependence on alcohol; not merely a tendency to drink to excess, but an inability to stop or to control it. Alcoholism can have a ravaging effect on mental, spiritual, and physical health, but it’s never impossible to start a new chapter—and the best way to do so is to seek clinical detox.

Drug Addiction

Some come to The Well Recovery Center not because they struggle with alcohol addiction, but because they struggle with drug addiction—and that might include anything from cocaine to meth and from prescription painkillers to illicit narcotics such as heroin. Drug addiction can create such a powerful dependence that any attempt to break the cycle can cause intense physical and mental health symptoms, yet The Well Recovery Center can make the detox process as smooth, calming and effective as possible.

Mental Health Disorders

It is not uncommon for those who struggle with drug or alcohol addiction to also struggle with other conditions—which might include depression, anxiety, trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and beyond. At The Well Recovery Center, individuals can receive treatment not only for addiction, but for other mental health disorders too.

Co-Occurring Disorders

These mental health disorders, which present at the same time as addiction, are called co-occurring disorders. Their symptoms can sometimes be masked by the presence of addiction, yet it is imperative to not only diagnose but also begin treatment for them during and following the detox process.

Chronic Pain

shutterstock_249329722The Well Recovery Center also works with those who may be dealing with chronic pain problems—including those who have developed narcotic addictions in an effort to mitigate the pain of surgery or some other medical issue. There are safe, effective, and non-addictive alternatives for pain management, and we are happy to provide them to our clients who struggle in this way.


No matter your specific treatment need, we encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our thorough understanding of health and wellness, and to inquire about pet-friendly accommodations at The Well Recovery Center.


Pets Welcomed


These women are amazing. The Well Recovery Center has been a blessing to our family! Call them they will be there for you! - Pam Fix-Marchant