Substance Use Treatment in Exton, Pa.

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 Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is more than just abstinence. At MPower, we blend innovative forms of treatment with therapy such as yoga and holistic practices to help patients heal in every area of their lives. We are a well-known drug and alcohol rehab in Exton because of our supportive addiction treatment services.

When you start your path to sobriety at MPower, you will be supported, inspired, and encouraged to find purpose in every step of the journey.


Holistic Addiction Treatment in Exton, PA

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction

We utilize evidence-based therapies in conjunction with holistic practices and 12-step influence to help clients find relief from the chronic stress of drug or alcohol addiction. At our facility in Exton, you can be treated for a variety of substance use disorders.  

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Mental HealthTreatment for Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Exton

Mental health and addiction are two sides of the same coin.  We use a holistic approach and evidence based therapy to deepen healing, maintain sobriety and discover a sense of purpose.

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Find out more about the services available at MPower Wellness and start on your path to recovery.

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FAQs: Treatment for Alcohol and Other Substance Use disorders

“Level of care” is a term that describes how intensive or structured a treatment program is. The higher levels of care are “inpatient”, meaning you stay on site for the time you are in treatment. The lower levels of care are “outpatient” meaning you live at home or in a sober living program. 

From the most intenvice and structured level of care to the least:

  • Inpatient treatment: This includes detox programs. In inpatient programs, the individual lives on site and requires 24/7 care to get the help and support they need.
  • Outpatient treatment: Individuals attend treatment sessions during the day and return home in the evenings. This includes Partial Hospitalization, Intensive outpatient, and outpatient care.
  • Residential treatment: Similar to inpatient treatment, individuals live at a residential facility, but the intensity of care may vary.

The duration of drug recovery treatment varies depending on individual needs and the type of program. Outpatient programs are generally attended for several weeks to several months. Detox programs are usually around a week long. Inpatient treatment programs are usually a month or two long.  Long-term residential programs may extend for six months or longer. All of this is dependent on the individual’s progress, commitment to treatment, participation, and individual life circumstances.

Treatment for alcohol and substance use disorders can be highly effective in helping individuals overcome addiction and get their lives back under control. The effectiveness of treatment depends on various factors, including the individual’s commitment to recovery, the quality of the program, and the presence of co-occurring disorders or underlying mental health issues. Another factor is the length of time spent in treatment. Typically, the longer you can stay in treatment the better chance you have of gaining the skills and knowledge you need to get and stay sober! 

Detoxification is frequently the first step in drug recovery treatment. It involves safely managing the withdrawal symptoms when a person stops using drugs. Detoxification is primarily done in an inpatient setting, but depending on the substance used, it may be done on an outpatient basis as well. This is all depending on the severity of the addiction, the substance used, and the individual’s specific needs.

Mpower Wellness does not provide Detox or Inpatient treatment, but by participating in an assessment we can determine the level of care you need and make a referral to a program we know and trust. 

The signs and symptoms of drug abuse can vary depending on the drug, but some common signs include:

• Changes in behavior or mood
• Physical changes, such as weight loss or changes in appearance
• Changes in social circles or relationships
• Neglecting responsibilities at work, school, or home
• Financial problems or legal issues related to drug use
• Secretive behavior or lying about drug use

There are many different types of drug rehab support groups available, each with its own focus and approach. Some of the most common types of drug rehab support groups include:

  • 12-step groups (e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous)
  • SMART Recovery (Self-Management and Recovery Training)
  • Recovery International
  • Celebrate Recovery
  • Dual Recovery Anonymous
  • Al-Anon (support for family and friends of individuals struggling with addiction)

These support groups provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals in recovery to share their experiences, gain guidance, and receive ongoing support.