Addiction Counseling Programs Rock Springs WY
Rosen Recovery Center
Rock Springs, WY82901
Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment
Residency: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)
Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
Languages: Arabic, German, Russian, Spanish
Specializing in Adolescents, Women, Men
Southwest Counseling Service promotes prevention, intervention, and treatment across the behavioral health spectrum by promoting resiliency and recovery.
Behavioral health care is intrinsic to overall health and Southwest Counseling Service strives to eliminate all barriers to wellness and recovery.
Southwest Counseling Service believes without reservation that:
Consumers will actively participate in their own recovery and treatment goals.
Ethical treatment requires financial accountability.
Mental health and well-being is a fundamental human right.
People are our greatest asset.
Service is our highest priority.
Addicts are Mentally and Bodily Different
Mentally and Bodily Different!
Keith JohnsonFriday, September 14, 2007 I have read the many articles on reasons behind drug addiction and many of them are dead on. In my experience, there is no one right answer or set of answers. Can their be a mental disorder? Certainly. Can their be enviromental factors? No doubt! Can it start innocently? Yes. Can tragedy be the key? Absolutely. I have seen all of these factors in addicts.
So, why do a small percentage of the population go on to become drug addicts? Quite frankly, we are different! There is something that is with them from birth. When they begin to use, they cannot stop! Work with enough of these folks and you will see..It is not a matter of intellect, will power, a choice or any other label that non addicts try to put on them.
I have seen addicts who are intelligent, high earners, who use their will for very positive accomplishments but when it comes to addiction, they truly are different. Not bad, weak willed or somehow mentally defective, they are different. Like many diseases, the stigmas attached are usually bred out of lack of knowledge. We don't want to accept that they really are sick or diseased because we feel that may absolve them of their responsibility to find a solution. these are separate issues! We can acknowledge they are sick with a disease and provide them with a solution. The addict is responsible to get into the solution just like any patient with a disease!
Drop the stigmas, consider ...