Discovery Transitions is a front door to the community.
Van Nuys, California (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
With an emphasis on promoting the appeal of its outpatient treatment center as an oasis for people in recovery, Discovery Transitions has launched a new website (http://www.discoverytransitions.com) with an easy-to-navigate menu that directs readers to the center’s numerous services. In what the creative design team calls a “clean, contemporary design,” the website leads prospective clients through Discovery Transition’s array of resources, including descriptions of treatment programs for recovery from drug and alcohol addictions.
Located in the heart of San Fernando Valley, Discovery Transitions sees itself as an intensive outpatient drug rehab program that focuses on giving clients a “gradual awakening and a new freedom, not only from addiction itself but from everything that goes with it: isolation, fear and anxiety,” says Co-Founder and Executive Director, Tom Whiting. “Discovery Transitions is a front door to the community. We not only want to show potential clients what we have to offer, we also want to let our alumni know that this is a safe, clean and sober place to be. They are always welcome back here any time.”
The new website’s home page features a photo gallery titled "Discover a New Freedom,” which invites the viewer to see the brightly lit, serene space, including offices, game room, conference and group therapy rooms and waiting area with comfortable overstuffed chairs and sofas. It also easily directs readers to more information about outpatient addiction treatment and relapse prevention for long-term sobriety. The overall message, “Discover a New Freedom; Let Your New Life Begin,” clearly describe the idea of help and hope that Discovery Transitions wants to convey.
Located at 17635 Vanowen Street, Discovery Transitions’ outpatient services are designed to support people who have completed residential treatment, as well as those who have started recovery without inpatient care who want to strengthen their recovery skills. The most current evidence-based therapies offered at Discovery Transitions help people discover the roots of their addictions. By learning the negative thinking and behavior patterns that lead to dependence on alcohol or drugs, clients can develop ways to overcome misinformed beliefs and harmful choices. Personalized treatment plans include group and individual counseling, educational groups, and specialty groups, such as art and music, various crafts, and psychodrama. All of the treatment is designed to help the clients gain insight into the habits that created their addictions and to develop strong interpersonal skills that will lead them on a new way of life without relapse. The center’s warm and welcoming environment promotes the feeling of comfort and security needed to focus on recovery.
Discovery Transitions also partners with some sober living houses for those who may need extra support. In these houses, drugs and alcohol are prohibited, and clients must agree to periodic drug and alcohol testing in order to confirm ongoing sobriety. People who choose the transitional living option must participate in school, work or a volunteer assignment, and they must agree to meet regularly with a sponsor or mentor.
In addition to treating the clients themselves, Discovery Transitions includes families in the recovery process and outpatient program. Addiction does not affect just the individual who is abusing alcohol or drugs. Through education and support, family treatment helps the addict’s closest allies learn healthy ways to be supportive.
More detailed information about Discovery Transitions can be obtained on the website: http://www.discoverytransitions.com or by calling 844-241-2401.