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About Us

Anabranch Recovery Center

Our Name Reveals Our Philosophy

An anabranch is a portion of a river or stream that diverts—that is, branches off from—the main channel but then rejoins it again downstream. At Anabranch Recovery Center, we believe this is a useful way to think about treatment for a substance use disorder.

Think of your day-to-day life, with all of its joys and challenges, as the main channel of your experience. If drugs or alcohol are polluting that primary channel, it is time to get help. When you make a decision to seek help and go through detoxification and rehabilitation in a residential setting, you are creating a new branch in your river. For a period of time you are following a different path—an anabranch.

But the key thing to remember is this: an anabranch rejoins the main channel after its journey away. And that, of course, is the central goal of recovery—to help you get sober and stay sober so that you can rejoin the main channel of your life free from the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Recover With Confidence

At Anabranch Recovery Center, we have the expertise and compassion necessary to create a personalized treatment plan that will ensure you are able to take the first steps of your recovery journey with confidence.

More About Anabranch Recovery Center

Anabranch Recovery Center is a 81-bed primary substance use disorder treatment center serves adult men and women in Terre Haute, Indiana, and the surrounding area. Anabranch specializes in the evidence-based programs and provides detox and residential treatment with 24-hour care from trained professional nursing and clinical staff.

Anabranch Recovery Center is proud to be part of the nationwide Summit Behavioral Healthcare Corporation.

Are you ready to reclaim your life?

Recovery from Substance Use Disorder Is Possible

Substance use disorder (SUD) is a medical condition characterized by the problematic or harmful use of substances such as alcohol or drugs. It is a chronic, relapsing disorder that affects the brain and behavior, leading to an inability to control or stop the use of the substance despite negative consequences.

Substances that can lead to SUD include alcohol, nicotine, prescription medications, and illicit drugs such as cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamine. The severity of substance use disorder can range from mild to severe, and it may have a profound impact on an individual’s overall health and well-being.