Making the first few steps a little bit easier
At Aspen Behavioral Health, we understand that recovery is not one size fits all. That is why our recovery programs are tailor-made based on your substance use history and recovery needs.
Our medical professionals focus on using a client-focused approach to ensure the path to recovery fits the needs of the individual. The team of medical professionals has literature on these various modalities and is well-versed in answering any questions you may have.
Our WestPalm Beach rehabilitation center provides daily transportation to recovery meetings for clients and HNI meetings are available weekly on-site at our facility.
Here are some of the recovery programs that we have seen success from:
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international mutual aid fellowship. This program has the stated “primary purpose” of enabling members to be sober and help other alcoholics to do the same through its spiritually inclined Twelve Steps program.
Narcotics Anonymous is another program that uses a 12-step model to help its members on their road to recovery and sobriety. This method was initially developed for people with various substance use disorders and is the second-largest 12-step organization.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international mutual aid fellowship, with the stated “primary SMART Recovery is an international non-profit program that aims at assisting individuals in seeking and maintaining their sobriety. SMART stands for Self Management and Recovery Training, with most of their approaches focused on helping to use cognitive behavioral therapy with the help of methods to help break out of negative past behaviors.
Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented recovery program that does not ask anyone to believe in anything. The primary goal is for the person to trust the process and to do the h
Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented recovery program that focuses on being a peer-led program where there is no official teacher or guide, and authority is concentrated in the group as a whole. This program is similar to many other 12-Step fellowships in that members are considered independent, and leadership is continuously rotating.
Although this program emphasizes there is no need to have any experience or knowledge with Buddhism, this program does focus on the power within each person as they go along the path to recovery.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered12-step recovery program that focuses heavily on an individual’s spirituality and uses teachings from the Bible in this recovery process. This recovery program emphasizes that those struggling with the hurt, pain and addiction of whatever kind are welcome to join. Along with that, this program aims to provide a safe place for those on their journey to recovery. Such as a sense of community and freedom from past issues that may have controlled their lives.