Who We Treat

Who do we treat at Hickory Recovery Centers? If you’re looking for a local recovery center in Indiana that offers detox and residential recovery programs for drug and alcohol addiction, we can help. We also welcome clients looking to maintain their privacy in an addiction treatment program a little further away from home.

It can be difficult finding the right treatment center that gives you the best chance at permanent recovery. At Hickory Recovery, you receive an individual treatment plan that caters to specific substance use disorders. At the same time, you have an opportunity to interact with other clients working through their programs. This provides a unique opportunity to share your experiences and learn from the successes and challenges of others.

Drug Addiction Treatment in Indiana

At Hickory Treatment Center, we provide drug treatment programs that address the specific withdrawal symptoms of your substance use disorder. From fentanyl to heroin to alcohol to prescription drugs, the recovery process requires a unique approach.

For severe addiction cases, we also offer medication-assisted detox. Medication tailored to your addiction can ease the discomfort and pain that occurs when your body tries to rid itself of toxins and overcome dependence on drugs or alcohol.

Do You Need Help Recovering From Addiction?

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Our clients come from a wide array of backgrounds. However, you’ll find common ground here with others in recovery from the following substance use disorders:

  • Alcohol addiction
  • Prescription pill addiction
  • Methamphetamine Addiction
  • Heroin and opioid addiction
  • Cocaine addiction
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Dual Diagnosis Treatment to Improve Mental Health

If you suffer from co-occurring mental or emotional health disorders, you also fall within the range of clients we treat. Our dual diagnosis program addresses drug and alcohol use disorders along with the following types of mental health concerns:

  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • PTSD
  • Depression

The talented staff at Hickory Recovery centers focuses on the needs of each client. But, unfortunately, nobody heals at the same pace or responds quite the same way to our proven therapy approaches. That’s why we implement cognitive behavioral therapy and other types of talk therapy that can help you work through what led to your addiction and how to avoid it in the future.

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Like other drugs, alcohol has a unique impact on the body and brain. Alcohol also has severe withdrawal symptoms, including tremors, seizures, hallucinations and other dangerous side effects. Therefore, it’s essential to have medical and psychological treatment available to safeguard your mental, emotional and physical well-being.

Some side effects of alcohol withdrawal can threaten your life or cause irreparable damage if not handled appropriately. Therefore, we do not advise quitting suddenly on your own without the right support team.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

If you suffer from depression, anxiety, trauma or other mental health challenges, it can impact your recovery. Therefore, it’s crucial to receive treatment for these underlying causes to prevent a relapse that undoes the good work you accomplish in recovery.

At Hickory Recovery, residential clients enjoy luxurious living with well-appointed rooms and common areas. Our dedicated staff remains on duty 24 hours a day to ensure that there’s always someone to talk to, administer care or provide structured supervision.

Who Do We Treat at Hickory Recovery?

We treat men and women of all ages who need assistance with regaining their sobriety or clean living. To broaden access to our services, we accept nearly all types of insurance. You can even use HIP and state Medicaid to cover your treatment.

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Contact us today if you’re ready to talk to an admissions team member about turning your life around. Leave drugs and alcohol behind and find a welcoming community of peers and mentors who support your recovery.