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Types of Therapy

ACI’s treatment philosophy is that addiction is a complex and treatable disease that has significant impact on the brain as well as day-to-day functioning of the individual. Alcohol and substance dependent individuals experience significant difficulties in all life's areas including family conflict, social isolation, and financial problems.

We embrace the notion that therapeutic treatments addressing the mind, body, and spirit, are a crucial part of the recovery spectrum. Therefore, our treatments are holistic, integrated, and comprehensive. We are also aware that all individuals have a personal life narrative and unique life experiences, their recovery cannot be addressed by one plan or by one treatment. That is why our experienced staff develops comprehensive assessments and utilizes evidence-based treatments that are trauma informed, and provided on-site by our compassionate team of professionals.

ACI utilizes a combination of treatments that are built upon a variety of therapeutic concepts tailored to each individual's needs and abilities.

At ACI, we are also cognizant that many of our patients come to us with additional disorders like PTSD, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Each patient's treatment plan will address these issues, many of which underly addictive behavior. Our mission is not simply the cessation of alcohol and substance abuse but the achievement of true recovery of the mind, body and spirit.


  • Drama Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Healing and Wellness
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Our Bodies Ourselves
  • Seeking Safety
  • Dialectic Behavioral Therapy
  • Gender Specific Groups
  • Sober Recreation
  • Relationships and Recovery
  • Young Adult Group
  • DWI
  • Family Systems and Family Group
  • Aftercare Group


“I have been drinking and using drugs since I was a teenager and had no negative consequences until recently when my boss sent me to my Employee Assistance Program due to chronic lateness and absences due to my drug and alcohol use. Thank g-d that they sent me to ACI. When I got there I was really scared. I had never been to detox or rehab. The staff was so caring. When I was on the detox unit I did not feel well and the nursing staff did everything they could to make me comfortable. When I moved on to rehab I loved the counselors. The groups were great and they really understood how guilty and ashamed I felt about my life. I learned that guilt and judgment are not helpful. I learned how to think positively and how to see all that I have to live for. I owe ACI my life. Thank you all!"

-Mike, 27