Why Choose Virtue At The Pointe Recovery?
Virtue at the Pointe provides a supportive environment where you can safely detox from alcohol or drugs and overcome your addiction. In addition to comprehensive addiction treatment, we offer treatment for co-occurring disorders to give you the best chance of recovery. When you arrive at our addiction treatment center in Astoria, Oregon, you’ll undergo a thorough evaluation to determine what type of treatment you need and identify any underlying mental health issues that should also be addressed. Using the results of this evaluation, our staff members will develop a customized treatment plan to meet your unique physical and psychological needs.
Virtue at the Pointe is a place of hope and healing for patients with addiction and mental health disorders.
Virtue at the Pointe offers several types of therapy to help you identify the stressors that contribute to your substance use. Depending on the severity of your addiction, your medical history and whether you have any co-occurring disorders, your treatment plan may include individual therapy, family therapy or holistic therapy to strengthen your body and mind. Virtue at the Pointe also offers medical detoxification, residential drug and alcohol treatment and comprehensive aftercare.
Levels Of Therapy
Supervised medical detox keeps you safe and makes your withdrawal symptoms more manageable.
Inpatient drug and alcohol treatment allows you to focus on your recovery without the distractions of daily life.
Learn how to build strong family relationships without compromising your recovery or violating your personal boundaries.
Get extra support for your recovery with meditation, physical activity and gourmet meals designed to meet your nutritional needs.
Our staff members are ready to help you stop relying on substance use as a coping mechanism.
If a family member or close friend is struggling with addiction, Virtue at the Pointe is ready to help.
Virtue at the Pointe also offers treatment for people with co-occurring disorders, or some type of addiction paired with another mental health disorder. If you have PTSD and an addiction to prescription pain medications, for example, treating just one of those conditions isn’t the most effective approach. Because addiction and mental health disorders are closely related, it’s important to treat both conditions at the same time. When you address your underlying mental health diagnosis, you may have fewer cravings for alcohol or drugs, making it easier to focus on your sobriety. For patients with PTSD, our staff members are skilled at using EMDR and other therapies to process trauma and develop new thought patterns.
Call 866-377-4409 to start the admissions process and take charge of your mental health.
Addiction treatment for:
Our addiction treatment center in Astoria, Oregon, helps patients recover from addictions to alcohol, prescription drugs and illicit substances in a safe environment free from outside distractions. Experienced staff members are on hand to help you address the root causes of your substance use disorder and learn how to overcome stressful situations without turning to alcohol or drugs.
If you have an addiction to alcohol, residential treatment can help you stop drinking and avoid the harmful consequences of excessive alcohol consumption. Over time, alcohol abuse increases the risk of memory problems, social problems, heart disease, liver disease and a weakened immune system. Alcohol use also has short-term risks, including the potential for alcohol poisoning and injuries associated with drinking and driving.
Virtue at the Pointe staff members have extensive experience treating patients with addictions to cocaine, heroin and other illicit substances. Entering alcohol and drug rehab can help you avoid health complications and protect you from serious financial and legal consequences. Virtue at the Pointe also helps patients recover from addictions to stimulants, benzodiazepines, opioids and other prescription medications. Although these medications are legal, they have addictive properties, meaning it can be difficult to stop using them.
Virtue At The Pointe Journey to Sobriety
Think about what it would be like to wake up each morning and feel excited about what’s ahead. No more worrying about how to afford your next fix or hide your addiction from the people you love. No need to call in sick to work because you’d rather stay home and drink or use drugs. A life filled with fulfilling relationships and enjoyable hobbies instead of hopelessness and despair. Come to Virtue at the Pointe to find out how you can make this dream come true.
When you arrive at our addiction treatment center in Astoria, Oregon, you’ll have the opportunity to go through supervised medical detox. During this process, you eliminate alcohol or drugs from your body under the watchful eyes of staff members who’ve been trained to recognize severe withdrawal symptoms. The next step in your journey is residential drug and alcohol treatment, which includes several types of therapy to address the root causes of your addiction and help you learn how to respond to stressful life circumstances without relying on drugs or alcohol. We also offer holistic therapy to ensure your mind and body are in complete alignment.
When you finish residential treatment, you’ll also have access to aftercare services to help you make a successful transition. Therapy, medication management, 12-step programs and other services can help you stay sober as you return to the community. This structured journey gives you a newfound sense of confidence, preparing you to tackle whatever comes your way without relapsing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your level of coverage depends on the details of your insurance policy, but the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to cover some type of treatment for addiction. To find out what your plan covers, call Virtue at the Pointe and ask a staff member to verify your benefits.
Addiction is a medical disease, so you may have some protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits employment discrimination based on the presence of a disability. If your employer isn’t covered by the ADA, you may qualify for up to 12 weeks of FMLA leave.
Virtue at the Pointe offers individual therapy, family therapy and holistic therapy to address your individual needs.
Family support is essential for a successful recovery. You’ll have limited contact with your family during detox, but you’ll be able to call and let them know how you’re doing. When you enter residential treatment, approved family members will be allowed to visit you or attend family therapy sessions.
It depends on many factors, including the severity of your addiction and whether you have any other mental health disorders. Detox usually lasts for up to seven days, while residential treatment lasts an average of 23 to 35 days.