Drone’s Eye View of Sanford Addiction Treatment Centers 2019!

The New Year has begun and the Sanford team is busy inspiring our clients to find their inner grit, rekindle their interests and engage their passion for the long haul in recovery.

 

As always, our evidence-based treatment begins in a particular place….

 

And the historic homes that make up the Sanford Addiction Treatment facilities weathered nicely in 2018. Sanford House at Cherry Street for Women continued to provide a safe haven. And Sanford House at John Street for Men celebrated its first solid year of operation. The Admissions & Outreach Center welcomed 250 clients in 2018. And Sanford Outpatient Center hosted its Grand Opening in November 2018.

 

We opened the Outpatient Center to accommodate the demand for a full spectrum of addiction treatment services in Grand Rapids. And in our Outpatient Center we showcase education, one-on-one counseling, relapse prevention, transition from our residential programs and a schedule to fit a busy lifestyle.

 

Take a look at us now… but there’s more to come in 2019…

 

Happy 2019 from all of us at

Sanford Addiction Treatment Centers

 

 

 

 

At Sanford House Addiction Treatment Centers, we believe that everyone deserves to find the place from which they draw strength… Because our proven addiction treatment, comprehensive as it may be, is just the beginning of a life in recovery. We want to inspire you to find your inner grit, rekindle your interests and engage your passion. Our guiding principles include a homelike environment, individualized treatment, integrated therapies, robust excursions and family involvement. The treatment programs at Sanford House at Cherry Street for Women and Sanford House at John Street for Men are gender specific to foster safety, honesty and community. People in different stages of recovery need different levels of care - Sanford Outpatient Center provides connection, education and Intensive Outpatient Services to those who are inspired to embrace sobriety, but may not be appropriate for residential care.