Lake Ariel Recovery Center, like all of the Sanctuary Health Group facilities, is a medically proven recovery facility that provides comprehensive treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders. Sanctuary Health utilizes Everlasting Recovery, an approach that aligns our client’s recovery journey directly with their life, to extend recovery into a client’s lifestyle. Our unique approach establishes treatment as a daily practice, refocuses an individual away from addiction towards a healthier existence, and makes sustainable recovery achievable. Due to this integration, each client begins Everlasting Recovery by assessing their performance in various aspects of their lives via the bio, psycho, and social model. This initial assessment allows our therapists to craft a personal recovery program, which allows the greatest opportunity for our clients to suppress addiction and adopt recovery as a permanent identity. When attending Lake Ariel Recovery Center, our clients will establish life skills, implement daily routines for lifestyle recovery, and ignite a purpose for achieving better their lives. Through accomplishing these tasks, our clients will achieve sustainable recovery.
At Skywood, we are deeply invested in helping you regain your health. Our programming approach to recovery is designed with that in mind, from individual and group therapy to adventure therapy, art therapy and yoga. Each of these activities builds on the others to get to the root causes of addiction, introduce healthy new habits, address any co-occurring mental health issues and provide the mental and physical space you need in order to heal. We also provide access to regular 12-Step meetings and peer support groups. What we do at Skywood is different for several reasons. First, we treat addiction and mental health at the same time in a highly integrated way, looking to restore a person’s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. Second, we focus on resolving trauma, underlying issues and deep-rooted emotional pain that often causes substance abuse in the first place. Lastly, we emphasize life skills that help each person build a foundation for sustainable, long-term recovery.