Apex follows best practices in developing individual treatment plans for all of our patients. Treatment plans are as unique as the individuals themselves, and our therapists have decades of experience in designing programs that cater to each patient’s specific needs. Our individual treatment plans are used for initial and end-of-treatment assessments and clearly outline the goals, anticipated timeframe and risks to effective treatment and recovery.

Millions of individuals across the nation enter rehabilitation every year. Even though all addictions have similar characteristics and behaviors, there are differences in how they affect the user. Those who abuse alcohol have different health issues from those who abuse cocaine or meth, for example.  No two users are the same. Even though they can have some similar reasons or factors that brought them to addiction, the combination of those reasons, factors and their life conditions is unique. Some people suffer from comorbid mental illnesses, some have a family history of addiction, while others slowly slipped into addiction after a prolonged use of alcohol or a drug. There are many more emotional, mental and social factors at play, but there’s generally a mix of mutually interactive factors involved.

In any case, acknowledging that every client is specific is a precondition for maximizing the success of the rehabilitation process. APEX Rehab assigns every client a treatment coordinator and the individual treatment plans are designed through collaboration of our clinical interdisciplinary team. The plans are intended to systematize the process, direct it and bring into clear focus what is important.

Our treatments make use of supervised medication therapy, counseling, psychotherapy, nutrition programs, recreation plans and outings, holistic healing, alternative treatments such as acupressure and alternative therapies like art and music. Each of these approaches brings its own benefits to the recovery process and the positive effects of one approach improve the results of others.