Betty Ford Center
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A new life is waiting at the Betty Ford Center

a life where hope is restored for both individuals and families.

The world-renowned Betty Ford Center has been providing alcohol and drug rehab treatment and services for over 30 years. As one of the very few licensed chemical dependency recovery hospitals in the country, Betty Ford Center welcomes patients and their families from all over the world, The 20-acre campus provides a serene setting for the serious work of recovery.

You will never be too far from home.

The transition from active addiction to treatment to recovery can be challenging. Every effort is made by the treatment team to assure the individual needs of patients are met and exceeded. To simplify your travel plans, please ask our Admissions Department for assistance.

A variety of programs are available with full descriptions on our website

Primary Inpatient – Providing a thorough clinical and medical assessment, detoxification and primary treatment services for adults 18 years and older.

Pain Management Program – For those with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency who also demonstrate significant pain issues, i.e. arthritis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, migraines, etc

Young Adult Recovery Program – This track is designed to meet the unique treatment needs of young adults ages 18-25 who are financially dependent upon their parents or other family members.

Licensed Professionals - This specialized treatment is designed for those individuals who may have specific licensure requirements to consider when seeking treatment for drug and/or alcohol dependency.

Family Education – This is an intensive five-day program with group work, lectures and presentations addressing various dynamics of the disease of addiction.

Education for Children – The four-day program helps youngsters ages 7-12 learn about addiction through age-appropriate activities so they realize that the disease is not their fault, they are not alone and they are not to blame.

Upon completion of treatment, new alumni will find strong support from fellow alumni
in chapters that meet on a regular basis in several locations on the East Coast.

Call 877-872-8371 for a free consultation