THE PURPOSE OF COMFORT
Indiana Center For Recovery offers our patients a comfortable, peaceful setting in which to begin re-crafting their own lives. This is important, meaningful work—and deserves to be afforded every dignity.
DISCOVERING YOURSELF, UNDERSTANDING YOUR ADDICTION
Lasting sobriety requires long-term goals and a sense of long-term vision. For a patient’s recovery to stand the test of time, they must be steadfast in their recovery with goals rooted deeply in what brings them peace and comfort. While this vision is fundamentally different for each of our clients, it is always developed through a well-structured and rigorous process, which requires serious effort and hard work.
Upon arrival, you are welcomed by your treatment team and fellow residents. Our staff will work with you to develop a more complete picture of your true self: what inspires you, what drives you, what fascinates you, what motivates you and what makes you feel whole.
Before you can commit to moving forward—no matter how personalized the path—you must first understand the challenges that lie ahead in your recovery journey. At Indiana Center For Recovery, you will discover a newfound understanding of addiction, helping to cement your efforts in finding a new way of life.
FLEXIBLE YET FIRM, ADAPTABLE BUT CONSISTENT
Working with your treatment team, you will begin to shape a recovery plan—fortified with proven clinical best practices—that leads toward the life you want. Here, you will find the tools you need to live a life of sobriety, with special focus on methods you can continue back home.
FAMILY-OWNED ADDICTION REHAB CENTER
True Commitment, From Treatment To Aftercare
As an independent and family-owned addiction treatment center, we have the freedom to ensure that our clients’ interests always come first. Our spacious grounds allow us to offer a genuine “residential” experience, where guests live and receive treatment in comfortable, peaceful surroundings 24 hours a day. This is the setting where our guests receive highly-customized, relapse-battling recovery plans to help them develop recovery not only today but long after they return home to their lives.