If you are seeking help for your addiction, it is important to find a rehabilitation program that addresses your whole person, mind body and spirit. In a holistic environment, you are able to step away from the stressors in life and work on clean living.
When recovering from an addiction, the transformation your body undergoes happens on many levels. True recovery requires an adaptation in many areas in your life including your eating habits. Healthy living means that you are cognizant about everything you put in your body, including the food you eat. It is not uncommon for individuals to have unhealthy relationships with food in addition to other addictions. An addiction nutritionist can help you to address these issues as a part of your treatment.
At Summit Estate Recovery Center, we offer many amenities during treatment including having an addiction nutritionist and chef on staff. The goal of this team is to provide healthy, fresh, nutrient rich meals. We understand that the content of the food you eat can affect your brain chemistry and that eating good meals can help you obtain a healthy brain chemistry. During your stay at Summit Estate, we offer nutrition classes that allow you to prepare the foods you enjoy during recovery at home.
Included as a part of your recovery we offer:
- Detox services with individualized protocols
- Medication management
- Full medical staff including nurses, doctors, a psychiatrist and therapists
- Gourmet cuisine
- Personal training
- Fully stocked pond for fishing
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Individual counseling
- Weekly outings
- Access to our 23 acre recovery center which includes gardens, hiking trails and orchards
- Spa quality bathrooms
- Comfortable bedroom suites
Additional holistic healing is available at an additional cost including acupuncture, massage, reflexology and nutritional counseling. Our goal is to provide you with all of the support you need to facilitate clean living in all aspects of your life.
The road to recovery begins with one phone call. An admissions counselor can review our program options as well as further address how an addiction nutritionist can play a role in your recovery. To find out more, contact us today through the form on this website or by calling us at 800-701-6997.