Newburgh, New York - USA (Orange County)
The Association For Changing Behaviors in New York, NY, knows that many people, especially those who do not suffer from addictions may think that drug treatment simply consists of getting someone "off drugs", and once that is accomplished, the job is finished. That is not the case; changing behaviors is also necessary.
In fact, it does no good for a person to take advantage of any drug treatment program that does not include sessions that address changing behaviors. Patients of a New York, NY, Association for Changing Behaviors get this advantage.
Changing behaviors may sound and be simple, but some people with an addiction may not have the first clue as to where to start. Those who work at an Association for Changing Behaviors in New York, NY, do have the first clue, as well as all the others needed to help a person affect behavior changes that will ensure that the treatment program will be successful.
The same techniques taught at New York, NY, Association for Changing Behaviors centers can be used when the patient leaves a facility. Fighting addiction is a life-long battle, but changing behaviors can go a long way toward making this a much easier one.
Treatments used at New York, NY, Association for Changing Behaviors may include cognitive behavior methods (swapping "bad" thoughts for "good", learning how to avoid addictive behavior triggers, and other things) as well as counseling. All of these can have the effect of stopping addictive behavior.
There are other techniques for changing behaviors and a New York, NY, Association for Changing Behaviors may use any or all of them to achieve the desired results. If you are interested in learning the different changing behavior techniques, you can call (845) 247-5704. Someone will be able to provide you with the information you need.
Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.
Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by one of our treatment partners, a paid advertiser on AddictionSearch.com.
All calls are private and confidential.