About The Nestled Recovery Center
The Oasis of Treatment Centers
The Nestled Recovery Center is a 30-day, ten-bed detox & residential facility that offers individualized treatment for those looking for the oasis of treatment centers.
The maximum number of residents in the home is ten. We believe that this individualized care allows for a safe, comfortable, and professional environment to support our residents during one of the darkest periods of their life. Our staff is friendly and understanding of the fact that the quality of care can make a difference in the prolonged sobriety of patients.
We whole-heartedly believe in the holistic model of wellness that addresses wellness as an eight-fold path. We address all 8 dimensions of wellness within our program.
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Our clinical staff are trained in treating both substance abuse/addiction and the potential underlying mental health disorders. They bring a plethora of topics to educate patients on related to recognizing emotional, behavioral, and environmental triggers; how to de-escalate when triggered without having to use; implementing healthy physical, psychological, and relational habits; the interplay between mental health, trauma, and addiction; and how to recognize personal signs that one is headed towards relapse (i.e., mental, emotional, and behavioral).
Our nursing staff are equipped with years of detox experience and are available 24/7 to support our residents. They monitor vital signs every four hours for the first five days of detox until the resident is considered stable. The nursing team also facilitates groups three times per week, educating residents on medications, personal hygiene, PAWS (post-acute withdrawal symptoms) and other medical-related topics. In addition, the nursing staff has access to the physician 24hrs a day, ensuring patient safety and wellness.
Client Relations Coordinator
Our Client Relations Coordinator team is also available to assist residents 24/7. They are a group of caring and passionate individuals some of which are in active recovery. They facilitate peer support groups, provide real-life feedback on working the 12 steps, and daily morning orientation to uplift our residents and prepare them for the day ahead.