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Find Your New Path
at Anabranch Recovery Center

Indiana's Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Detox - Residential Treatment - Continuing Care


When you choose treatment at Anabranch Recovery Center, you are choosing the highest quality care available. You are in excellent hands.


At Anabranch Recovery Center, you will find a judgment-free environment, where you will experience true understanding of where you are.


Recovery is a process, and our drug and alcohol addiction treatment program has been designed with your long-term success in mind.

Evidence-Based Treatment and Personalized Care

Anabranch Addiction Recovery Center is a full-service facility for Indiana addiction treatment. We offer evidence-based treatment, which means that our therapy methods are backed up by scientific evidence proving they are effective. We rely on scientific methods that show how the method works based on the results of clinical trials and the analysis of data. Clear evidence exists that our treatment methods work. 

Each person entering addiction treatment is recognized as an individual. Each person has a unique personality, family background, and perception. Their path to developing an addiction is also different from others who are addicted to the same substance. 

Drug and alcohol addiction treatment must be personalized to be effective. A cookie-cutter solution doesn’t work. It is crucial to receive treatment from experienced medical professionals and therapists. Still, this factor isn’t enough to ensure that the client will achieve long-term sobriety. Individual treatment plans recognize that something stressful or triggering varies from person to person and address these issues and concerns directly.

How We Help

When a person is struggling with drugs or alcohol, it can seem like there are no good solutions to the problem. That sense of hopelessness can be particularly strong if you are trying to battle Drug and Alcohol Addiction, also called substance use disorder, on your own.

Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. Instead, Anabranch Recovery Center offers an evidence-based, personalized, compassionate approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. We can help you reclaim your sobriety—and your life—via our detoxification and rehabilitation programs as well as our commitment to a continuum of care.

Therapy Approaches to Treatment

At Anabranch Recovery Center, each treatment plan is developed considering the client’s needs. We offer group therapy and individual counseling sessions to get to the root of the client’s addiction. Once we can isolate and treat the cause of addiction, our clients are firmly on the road to Indiana drug and alcohol recovery. Our therapy approach may include the following:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT challenges clients to become mindful and stay focused on the present. Part of ACT is deciding to accept thoughts and feelings without judgment. The goal of ACT is to help clients move forward despite difficult emotions. The client is encouraged to put their energy toward healing instead of the negative feelings.

Cognitive-behavioral Therapy (CBT) 

CBT is often used to treat people with addictions. It focuses on the idea that positive behavioral changes will follow if someone can change their negative thoughts about themselves and the world. Clients are encouraged to record their thoughts during the day and pay attention to their negative ones. With a therapist’s help, clients can work on challenging and replacing negative thoughts with positive ones in their daily routines. 

Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) 

DBT includes teaching clients personal and relationship skills. The goal is to teach clients to accept their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. DBT is based on the cognitive behavioral therapy model. Still, it focuses on the emotional and social parts of the client’s lifestyle. 

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) 

REBT is a type of CBT. It is based on the concept that clients can change their emotions and behaviors by identifying their irrational beliefs and then challenging them. The irrational beliefs are replaced with rational thoughts.

A Compassionate Approach to Care

Even though substance use disorders and addiction are in the news often, a stigma can still exists around these issues. Even though many experts call addiction a disease, some people think that anyone struggling with addiction lacks the willpower to stop using their drug of choice. 

The person with the stigma around addiction may also have specific false ideas about addiction, such as:

  • Addiction only affects people from lower socioeconomic groups.
  • It mainly happens to people of color.
  • People with addictions lack character or are emotionally weak. 

None of these statements are true. Addiction doesn’t discriminate, which means that anyone from any background or socioeconomic group could become addicted to drugs and alcohol. Since using addictive substances regularly changes a person’s brain at the chemical level, no amount of character or willpower is going to help someone break free from their addiction and move to long-term sobriety. 

People struggling with addiction need help. The treatment professionals at an addiction recovery center are crucial to the client’s healing journey. 

Many people living with addiction have low self-esteem or traumatic events in their background. They started using drugs and alcohol as a type of emotional anesthetic to cope with their pain or other strong emotions. As the addiction takes hold, they see the negative impact it has on their professional and personal lives but are powerless to stop the behavior.

Addiction treatment counselors are most effective for clients when they empathize with their clients’ experiences. A person with an addiction will respond much better to treatment if the entire staff at the Indiana drug and alcohol treatment facility offers assistance in a non-judgmental environment. A compassionate approach to treatment allows clients to keep their dignity and self-respect. The focus is on moving toward recovery rather than punishing the person living with an addiction.

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Indiana Addiction Treatment: Educational Components

Along with the counseling methods listed above, our addiction recovery center takes the lead in educating clients about their disease and helping them develop coping strategies for triggers and cravings.

Addiction Education
Despite addiction being covered by various news outlets, many people are misinformed about addiction. Addiction education gives clients, their families, and healthcare professionals the facts about addiction, such as its causes and the consequences of long-term drug or alcohol use and abuse. An addiction education program also teaches participants about available treatment options. Addiction is a complex disease. Educational programs are needed to help reduce the stigma around it.

Life Skills
Life skills are a vital part of addiction recovery. Clients learn practical skills to keep their addiction recovery on track. A regular sleep schedule, eating a balanced diet (including lean meats, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables), and exercising are all essential elements to aid in a client’s recovery.

Engaging with others, either online or in person, will help the person in recovery feel less isolated. Clients are encouraged to use their interests to participate in sober activities and hobbies to stave off boredom, which can lead to cravings.

Relapse Prevention
It would be unconscionable to release a client from treatment without a relapse prevention plan. Relapse prevention gives clients the tools they need to identify the triggers that make them want to engage in addictive behaviors. It also offers clients coping strategies for managing their triggers.

A relapse prevention program also helps clients identify the people who are their support system when they experience cravings or experience triggers to drink or use drugs. These elements help to reduce the risk of a relapse.

Mind-Body Practices for Indiana Addiction Treatment

The following practices are very valuable in treating drug and alcohol addiction.


Meditation is helpful in Indiana addiction treatment. It gives clients the tools to manage stress and enhances their self-awareness. Practicing meditation helps clients remain calm when facing life stresses.


Yoga is a practice that combines physical stretching, breath control, and mindfulness. It allows participants to slow down and achieve a sense of calm while increasing their physical fitness level.  

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