WHY AMPELIS RECOVERY?
WE TREAT THE BIOLOGY OF ADDICTION
Addiction is a disease of the brain. Emerging treatments make it possible to eliminate your addictive cravings, change your negative thought patterns and live a meaningful life.
Our program is rooted in functional medicine, positive psychology, and experiential learning to deliver a bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of care. We don’t label our clients as “addicts”. Addiction is not a moral failing or something that defines a person. It is a disease that can be overcome.
Heal your brain as you work holistically on the biological, psychological, social and spiritual elements of recovery
Work with a team of people who are dedicated to helping you recover and build a life full of meaning
A beautiful and nurturing environment where you can focus on your personal healing and recovery journey
ARE YOU READY TO MAKE CHANGES IN YOUR LIFE?
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Your cravings will go away.
- The fog of addiction will lift.
- You will begin to experience healthy emotions again.
- You will be received by our team with love, admiration, and encouragement.
- Your family will have tremendous support and education.
- You will mend damaged relationships.
- You will have a team to help you succeed when you return home.
- You will build a future full of meaning and purpose.
Recovery is hard work… When you are ready, we are here to help!
Who We Serve
Is Ampelis Recovery Right for You?
The program is designed for male working professionals over the age of 35. Leaving home and work to receive help is hard. We understand these burdens, yet recognize that dedicated time in the right environment is critical to start the healing process.
To that end, the Ampelis Recovery program begins with a 26-day residential experience that provides opportunities to manage the continuing demands of work and life. This is followed by 11 months of comprehensive support for clients and families to cultivate healthy and meaningful lives.
“Everyone on the team was absolutely incredible. No one took their role lightly and they were all committed to doing their very best. The most impressive thing to me was how encouraging and loving everyone was.”