Bow Creek Now Offers Transportation to Their Recovery Center for Those Who Need it
Bow Creek and Bella Vista Recovery Centers is an Idaho network that combines a main treatment center with residential facilities to offer intervention, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, aftercare and connections to area sober living facilities. With the goal of making its holistic recovery programs available to as many people as possible, the treatment center is now offering free transportation to its center for those who need it.
Caldwell, ID (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
When a person decides to take the path of recovery, that path can still be blocked by something as basic as a need for transportation to a treatment facility. Bow Creek and Bella Vista Recovery Centers’ new in-house transportation feature is not only a unique option in the rehabilitation industry, but it’s an option that overcomes one more treatment roadblock while illustrating just how far the center will reach out to extend the hand of recovery.
“People may have difficulty getting to a treatment facility for a number of reasons,” said Bow Creek and Bella Vista Recovery Centers representative Linda Dengler, “but our transportation option makes it possible to overcome those reasons and take the first step toward a new life.”
Us taking care of the transportation to that new life starts with a 20-minute pre-assessment call, agreeing to a rehab services contract and committing to at least 30 days in the facility. The transportation option is available to area residents as well as to and from the local airport.
Transportation difficulties for those suffering from addiction can include not having the means to own their own vehicle, a suspended or revoked driver´s license, or unreliable transportation from others. Fear can be another factor that stops people from entering a facility. Bow Creek and Bella Vista Recovery Centers´ transportation options helps to reassure and comfort individuals while applauding their step toward recovery before the person even walks through the facility´s doors.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse notes one of the components of an effective recovery program is ready accessibility and availability. People suffering from addiction may not always be certain about entering treatment, and the most effective programs will be able to take advantage of a treatment opportunity at that crucial moment when people are ready and willing to enter a facility.
“Potential patients can be lost if treatment is not immediately available or readily accessible,” NIDA says.
Located on 100 acres of open space in the rolling hills of Idaho, Bow Creek and Bella Vista Recovery Centers provide a pristine environment that sets the background for an equally serene state of mind. The facility offers holistic treatment programs that unify the body, mind and spirit to help people recover from drugs, alcohol and co-occurring disorders while they strive to reach their greatest potential in a life of sustained sobriety.
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