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Syracuse, New York

Syracuse New York - Christian RehabSyracuse, the fifth-most populous city in New York, is a largely urban city where alcohol and drugs are abused at high rates. As a result, rates of overdose deaths and substance abuse treatment admissions are high. Addiction is a chronic, progressive and fatal disease, if left untreated. Fortunately, help is available for Syracuse residents struggling with substance abuse. Syracuse residents can experience hope and healing at the Road to Freedom, a Christ-centered addiction treatment center.

The Road to Freedom treatment program combines Biblical beliefs with evidence-based therapies to help Syracuse residents recover from addiction. Our faith-based program will provide you with the necessary skills and tools to achieve long-term sobriety. If you or a loved one is struggling with drug addiction or alcoholism, call us today at (844) 402-3605. Admissions counselors are also available to chat online. Help is available 24/7.

Christian Addiction Treatment Center

At Road to Freedom, we believe that no matter how broken or battered you are from addiction, recovery is possible. Through God’s word and pastoral counseling, you can begin healing from the devastating effects of drug addiction and alcoholism. Through the United States, our Christ-centered treatment center is known for providing the highest quality of care. Our program focuses on healing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. 

We recognize that a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction is ineffective, which is why we work hard to develop a customized treatment plan that best suits the needs of each individual patient. Depending on your needs and recovery goals, the following treatments and services may be included in your treatment plan:

  • Safe, medically-supervised drug and alcohol detox
  • Pastoral counseling
  • Group addiction counseling
  • One-on-one therapy
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Biblically based 12-step meetings
  • Family workshops
  • Court Liaison Program
  • Chronic pain management
  • Holistic therapies
  • Relapse prevention
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Aftercare services

 

To learn more about our individualized treatment plans, call us immediately at (844) 402-3605.

Substance Abuse in Syracuse, New York

The most commonly abused drugs in Syracuse are: alcohol, prescription drugs, heroin and Molly. According to the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS), alcohol was the second most abused substance among patients at treatment facilities in New York in 2012. Although there is no cure for alcoholism, long-term recovery is possible.

Prescription painkiller abuse is a growing significant concern for the state of New York. From 2007 to 2012, treatment admissions for prescription opioids tripled in New York. Prescription drugs often serve as a gateway drug for heroin. Because heroin is cheaper and more easily attainable, many drug users turn to it and become addicted. From 2009 to 2013, heroin overdoses rose by 500 percent in Onondaga County. The heroin epidemic is ravaging the state of New York and the city of Syracuse. 

Molly, a crystalline or powdered form of MDMA, has gained popularity among college students in Syracuse. Although it is marketed by dealers as being pure, its contents are just as questionable as ecstasy pills. Oftentimes, MDMA is mixed with other substances, such as meth, heroin, or synthetic drugs. These drug cocktails can be dangerous and even fatal.

Regardless of what drug you are addicted to, Road to Freedom can help you to recover. Call us now at (844) 402-3605.

Move Forward into Recovery

The first step in the recovery process is to acknowledge that you have a problem. After that, the next step is to find a credible treatment program. If you are looking to heal from your addiction and grow closer to God, Road to Freedom is a great fit for you. To learn more about how we can help you, call us now at (844) 402-3605.

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