"ASV programs and services provide an opportunity to any person impacted by addiction to access affordable addiction treatment options. The core program is delivered in the persons home where they feel safe and their privacy is protected". - Jase Bowman - ASV Abuse of Drugs program.
I speak with many people, including loved ones, who are troubled by their addictions, some highly distressed. Finding the right information during times of stress is a difficult task if you're not sure where or what kind of help to look for - that's why ASV offers tailored responses when we see those in need as vulnerable individuals dealing with complex issues beyond drugs/alcohol abuse. Identifying and undressing the underlying issues driving the addictive behaviours is a key component of the ASV approach.
At ASV, we tailor our responses to meet the needs of vulnerable people with complex challenges and provide evidence-based addiction treatment and rehabilitation support options that are delivered by experienced and appropriately qualified professionals. The ASV intake and assessment process is specifically designed to meet the needs of distressed individuals in a timely manner, providing information and support as required.
The role of an evidence-based addiction treatment program is both motivational and informative.
The experience of drug and alcohol addiction is an intense one that can be both demanding, overwhelming, or just downright confusing. The addiction and recovery space is a hard place to navigate when you're in the thick of it- especially if those are not your only challenges! I work with many people who have been brave enough to take on their recovery and treatment by themselves. I admire people who have the courage to ask for help and assistance.
People impacted by addiction regularly report that the chemical compounds in drugs and alcohol are a clever way to get high. The downside to this is that the brain more often than not pays the price for it. When we take substances like these, our brains produce excessive levels of dopamine which trigger reward systems that can make us feel happy or contented. But after repeated drug use you’ll notice there is no longer enough natural production from your own system because the receptors have been stretched over time from taking them so frequently; causing depression as well as an inability to stop using when they should be stopped instead of continuing down a slippery slope into full-blown addiction where nothing matters except feeding their next fix.
Family members or loved ones are able to access our family-support programs for guidance on how best they can help their addicted individual through this tough time.
The latest evidence indicates that when an individual within the treatment family—meaning someone who has been affected by addiction themselves—is involved in recovery efforts with another member of the same household, it greatly improves outcomes across all areas: emotional health; quality of life; social dysfunction such as crime involvement or poverty rates
Our at-home rehab treatment and rehabilitation options provide contemporary support, specifically designed to promote positive change and encourage healthy and productive ways of living that allow people to feel safe, enjoy life more fully in their home environment, and find the help they need when they want it.
The idea of being prepared to go "to any lengths" is one that has been around a long time. In order for positive change and personal growth, it's important to put in the physical, mental and emotional effort that's required to achieve change.