We believe in empowering individuals who have been living with the disease of addiction to grow into fully functioning members of the community along while realizing their own potential. We want to see the transformation that occurs when a human being believes in themselves and starts to see change. We focus on rewriting the story to one that continues to include self-development, awareness, and healing. Join us on the journey, we welcome you!
All of Harmony Treatment and Wellness Center’s primary therapists are either licensed or master’s level clinicians and our programs are structured with various components of evidence-based treatment practices and holistic approaches that provide our patients with the knowledge and tools they need to be successful in their recovery. Our comprehensive-holistic approach to treatment includes:
Medication-Assisted Treatment Program (MAT) provides those that meet the criteria with medications that are clinically proven to counter drug use and reduce cravings. Naltrexone, Vivitrol, and Suboxone are three options available for opioid or alcohol addiction that have been shown to help reduce the chance of relapse during and after treatment. Of critical importance, we maintain strict, ethical guidelines and oversight over the way in which these medications are prescribed and taken, as well as to whom and for how long.
We believe that anyone with addiction can turn their life around. When you allow music to help guide your mind, body, and soul during recovery, you are essentially allowing peace, emotions, and love to flow through your body. Anyone who creates music is using their creativity and sharing it with others. Just knowing this can brighten your day. Research also shows that singing or listening to music releases dopamine in the body. Dopamine is a natural chemical that improves a person’s joy, contentment, and happiness. It can help you to find peace in your recovery, too. If you were using certain kinds of drugs during your addictive lifestyle, the drug released the same chemical. Now that you aren’t using drugs, your body still needs those feel-good chemicals. Music is a great replacement for drugs.
Mindfulness means being aware of feelings, thoughts, and experiences as they happen. This term also means that you should accept these things without any judgment. If you aren’t used to being mindful, as most people who have been living an addictive lifestyle or have an untreated mental health disorder aren’t, it could take some time to do. However, with practice and continued acceptance and awareness, you can greatly improve your recovery. In our treatment center, we offer mindfulness meditation therapy. In these therapy sessions, we teach you how to calm your body and mind. We teach you how to focus on the present and take deep breaths, so you can be more mindful.
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LiveAnotherDay.org’s helpline is a private and convenient solution for individuals seeking treatment for addiction or mental illness.
Calls to our helpline (all non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) will be answered by Recovery Advisors, American Addiction Centers, or one of our verified local treatment partners. Calls are routed based on geographic location.
Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. In some cases, Live Another Day charges our verified partner a modest cost per call, which helps us cover the costs of building and maintaining our website. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a visitor ultimately selects.
For more information on Live Another Day’s helpline, as well as our selection process, mission statement, and staff, visit our About page.
If our helpline is unable to assist you, we recommend browsing our state-by-state listings of the Best-Rated Rehab Centers, reading our resource guides, or visiting SAMHSA.gov.