Our full-service rehab center in picturesque Haddam, CT, in southern Middlesex County, CT, offers those in recovery from addiction a safe drug rehab and alcohol rehab to take the time to nurture themselves after the ravages of addiction, so they can achieve overall wellness. This is because, at Paramount Wellness Retreat, we provide you with a supportive environment so you can learn, grow, and heal in your own time in comfort. Our primary goal, during your alcohol rehab or drug rehab, is to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible. At our addiction center in Middlesex County, CT, you will experience leading care and personalized treatments for your needs. We are looking to provide you with spa-like surroundings rather than the aesthetic of a cold, distant hospital or medical center. We know that, at this vulnerable time, you will need all the comforts of home.
We take a multidisciplinary approach to substance abuse treatment that few comparable centers for substance abuse treatment in New Haven and across Middlesex County, CT, offer at this time. We strive to give our clients the advantage of fully-immersive treatments that cater to the body and soul, as well as the mind. Paramount Wellness Retreat offers different types of therapy, including DBT, CBT, family therapy, and addiction therapy. We have physical wellness coaching and other holistic treatments, such as massage therapy and acupuncture. At our rehab facility, we will also work one-on-one with you to develop a customized treatment plan that consists of services that will specifically address your personal needs, such as whether you require detox or not.
If you are looking for a quiet place to detox and begin your journey to recovery, come see us today at Paramount Wellness Retreat in Haddam, CT, near Middletown, CT. We are a premier drug and alcohol rehab facility and substance abuse treatment center for both alcohol detox and drug detox, among many other addiction-related services. We want you to be able to envision the bright light at the end of this dreary tunnel of addiction.