Evidence-Based Treatment

Evidence-Based Treatment

Structured upon Evidence Based Therapy, which integrates clinical expertise, patient values, and the best research evidence into the decision-making process for patient care, Northeast Addictions Treatment Center strives for absolute excellence in treatment. NEATC believes in taking an Evidence-Based, Solutions-Focused approach to drug treatment.

It starts with the right team in accordance with the willing individual.

You need access to reliable information to decide which treatment center is right for you. By choosing a treatment center with an evidence-based approach you’ll be putting yourself in a position where you’re much more likely to succeed in your recovery. This is because evidence-based treatment centers rely on the past performance of treatments proven to work. Make your treatment experience count, because you never know if you’ll have the opportunity to check yourself back into rehab a second or third time.

Many programs do not follow an evidence-based approach and instead rely solely on anecdotal evidence to support their methods.

While some anecdotal evidence may indeed be effective for treating some individuals, it is important to have a strong base of thoroughly researched and proven evidence in a treatment program. For this reason, Northeast emphasizes the evidence-based aspects of our treatment program. Examples of these practices include our cognitive behavioral therapy and 12 step facilitation programs. Both rely heavily on past-research showing that these methods are effective in treating addiction.

Drug abuse is a complex matter, and, because of this, it should not be treated in a straightforward manner. Northeast utilizes several evidence-based approaches in a combination that maximizes our patients’ chances of success in recovery. You should not accept anything less out of your treatment center.

Written by
Northeast Addition Editorial Team

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