StayWell Health Center is a comprehensive addiction treatment center located in Suffern, Connecticut. The mission of this faith-based organization is “to help p…
StayWell Health Center is a comprehensive addiction treatment center located in Suffern, Connecticut. The mission of this faith-based organization is “to help people recover from drug and alcohol addiction with a strong emphasis on spiritual healing and mental health.” We provide specialty clinics with an extensive range of drug rehab programs, treatment options, spiritual support, and educational programs for adults, teens, children, and adolescents suffering from addictions including alcohol, prescription drugs, cocaine, opiates, sex disorders, gambling, and eating disorders. We treat addictions holistically, focusing on the cause and effect of the addiction rather than focusing on symptoms or the person’s reaction to addiction.
Our primary treatment approach is a combination of individual and group therapy and education. Inpatient substance abuse treatment includes detoxification, individual and group counseling, social service referrals, relapse prevention, life skills training, and medication management. Outpatient care is available throughout the New York City area and across the country. This type of care is referred to as “community-based” service, as we work closely with our patients to address their needs within the confines of their own communities. Our addiction treatment programs offer a variety of specialty treatments, including residential, outpatient, short-stay, residential treatment, day/night services, 12-step programs, and special needs programs.
If you or someone you love is addicted to drugs or alcohol, call Staywell Health Center for professional, confidential treatment today. With a strong emphasis on holistic medicine and client-centered care, our dedicated doctors and staff can help you make the best decision for your health and well being. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit our web site. Please Note: Treatment recommendations are based on evaluating the substance abuse and addiction history of the patient.