At Gentle Path at The Meadows, we are committed to helping those who struggle with complex sexual addictive and compulsive behaviors. Our deep understanding and empathic approach to sex addiction treatment allows our patients to disrupt and eliminate these problem patterns and recover from the underlying catalysts for their addiction.
Specialized For Your Needs
Although many sexual addictions are similar in their uncontrollable nature, each individual has their own unique personal history, lived experiences, and co-occurring disorders. When a person takes those first brave steps into recovery they need a treatment facility that recognizes that patient's individual struggles, because acknowledging that distinction is the first step to ensuring quality treatment for every patient.
At Gentle Path at the Meadows we know that there are many factors that contribute to sexual addictions in men. This is why our facility doesn't take a "one-size-fits-all" approach to recovery. The expert treatment staff at Gentle Path at The Meadows will customize a treatment plan that is designed to help you realize long-term recovery. We are committed to delivering the most innovative and effective treatment to all of our patients - treatment that recognizes the individuality of each and every patient.
Different Levels Of Care
Gentle Path at the Meadows is a Level 1 inpatient unit with the ability to provide acute inpatient psychiatric care and substance detox in the acute care section of our unit. This unit has 24-hour monitoring by Registered Nurses and nursing staff experienced with psychiatric and detox issues. Each patient is treated with a customized plan created during initial assessment. Different levels of care are available based on each specific need with every level administered in a safe, controlled environment.
At Gentle Path at the Meadows our levels of Care Include:
- Acute Inpatient Services and Psychiatric/Chemical Dependency Level – Patients in this level are in an extreme state of crisis and will receive constant supervision during acute psychiatric disease processes and/or substance abuse detoxification. Patient safety is a primary concern, so individuals are monitored 24 hours a day by both medical and psychiatric providers.
- Intensive Inpatient Services Level – Patients at this level are not suffering from immediate substance abuse or psychiatric crises but still require inpatient care. The care is not as intensive as it is in the acute level, but patients are still monitored 24 hours a day by medical and psychiatric professionals to ensure their safety.
Committed To Seeing Our Patients Succeed
The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery. Visit us here or feel free to phone us at 855-333-6076.