We provide a full continuum of community-based care, from medication-assisted treatment and residential programs to outpatient and alumni programs. We offer treatment for the abuse of alcohol, opioids, and other illegal and prescription drugs.
If you need an intensive, structured setting with 24-hour care, our inpatient program offers a medically-monitored, evidence-based therapeutic process. Your customized treatment plan will include counseling, group therapy, our 12-step program, life skills development, addiction education and mental health treatment as needed.
If you can’t attend our inpatient program, our intensive outpatient program offers more flexible but equally rigorous treatment. Our evidence-based treatment includes individual, group and family therapy, education classes, and 12-step meetings. Long-term onsite medication assisted treatment is also available.
A short-term, medically-supervised outpatient treatment service, this is a Monday–Friday program. If you’re transitioning from inpatient to outpatient care, need more structure than outpatient care provides, or have co-occurring mental health issues, this program can be invaluable.
Our recovery or transitional living houses provide a stepping stone on the path to routine life. These short-term sober living communities give you a place to practice your new life skills while getting support from your peers. Residents need to be in a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program.
Whether part of your initial outpatient treatment or part of maintaining your sobriety, counseling is cornerstone of our treatment programs. In addition to a safe, supportive place to talk, our counselors provide education on the skills needed for lasting recovery and healthy living.
Group therapy gives you an opportunity to talk with others facing similar challenges. In addition to realizing you are not alone, it is a good forum to practice new, healthier interactions and challenge your current attitudes.
As soon as you stop using drugs or alcohol, the body begins to detoxify which can lead to intense discomfort and physical cravings. Attempting to detox on your own can have a high risk of potentially severe consequences—our inpatient programs provide maintenance and medically-supervised withdrawal to abstinence.
Methadone is the most successful of the medication-assisted treatments (MAT) for opiate addiction. Our MAT treatment includes comprehensive substance use disorder treatment, life-skills counseling and supervised medical care. We provide you the tools to rebuild your physical health, mental health and healthy relationships.
Another form of MAT, our comprehensive Suboxone Maintenance Program includes medical intervention and treatment for long-term opiate addiction. Suboxone reduces the cravings of addiction to opioids while reducing the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms, and unlike methadone, can be prescribed in a doctor’s office.
Endeavor House, Recovery Works and most of our outpatient facilities offer monthly injections of long-acting Vivitrol (Naltrexone) after detox. Scientifically proven to reduce opioid cravings and prevent relapse to heavy drinking for alcoholics, it is covered by many prescription plans.
Pinnacle Treatment Centers facilities are CARF accredited with decades of delivering positive, life-changing outcomes for patients, families, and communities. Our team of credentialed physicians, nurses, clinicians, administrative and support staff provide a full continuum of quality care that includes detoxification for residential and outpatient clients as well as transitional living programs. We treat the individual’s physical, emotional, spiritual, and psychological well-being.Learn More