“We’ve never met an alcoholic or addict in recovery who doesn’t believe that this is the best thing they have ever done.”


Seven Star Recovery is a medically and psychologically sophisticated program designed to support both patient and family throughout early recovery. Safe early recovery leads to sustainable health and wellness along with sobriety. Our dedicated team of licensed therapists and addiction specialists provide compassionate care at every stage of treatment. By providing a comprehensive range of evidence-based treatments and medical management, we have one of the highest rates of success in the country. We specialize in addiction, mental health and co-occurring disorders with a focus on concierge service delivery. Our expert team develops a customized program for each patient with the goal of establishing a safe pathway to stability, healthy relationships, and a future one can be proud of. It is my sincere pleasure to welcome you to Seven Star Recovery. We are always open and available for you and your family when you are ready.

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A Professional Team

Each of our team members were handpicked to ensure Seven Star Recovery exceeds the industry standard. Our team members love what they do, and it is reflected in the way they care for their patients. With the right balance of professionalism and care, we ensure all our guests emerge with increased health and wellness, sobriety, and managed mental health concerns.

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Seven Star Recovery combines innovative models of care with time-tested methods, which is why our success rate is much higher than other treatment centers.  We understand that each patient is unique, and we customize our services to arrive at the best results for each patient. Each individual is assigned a personal case manager to help our client through the process beginning to end. Our duty doesn’t stop when a patient leaves our center – we provide a number of aftercare services to increase sustained recovery, health and wellness.

Drugs of Abuse

Men and women living with a dependence on alcohol have a horribly hard time stopping their drinking on their own. Sometimes life-threatening withdrawal symptoms develop, cravings for more alcohol is constant, and a person will over time experience immense losses, consequences and physical illness. Few alcoholics will be able to stop drinking for more than a few days at a time. Alcohol detox at Seven Star Recovery addresses these issues in a safe environment, providing medical care and psychological support as needed to assist our patients through the first – and most difficult – days following the stopping of drinking. Detox is only the first step in a comprehensive alcohol addiction treatment program and should not be considered the final stop in treatment.

Illicit or illegal drugs refer to drugs that are not prescribed by a licensed medical professional and are synthesized, distributed, and obtained through illegal means. They are typically manufactured in underground laboratories without supervision and regulation from the government. The most common illicit drugs worldwide are: Cocaine, Meth, Heroin, Crack, Ecstasy

Heroin: is a semi-synthetic derivative of an opioid made from the resin of the opium poppy plant. It is a white or black powder or paste that is smoked, injected intravenously.

Heroin binds to opioid receptors in the brain and the spinal cord. Because it acts similarly with opioids, it can also produce analgesic effects, which make it prone to abuse. Much like other recreational drugs, heroin has the ability to bring about feelings of euphoria and intense pleasure in just a matter of minutes.

Fentanyl: illegally used fentanyl most often associated with recent overdoses is made in labs. This synthetic fentanyl is sold illegally as a powder, dropped onto blotter paper, put in eye droppers and nasal sprays, or made into pills that look like other prescription opioids. Like heroin, morphine, and other opioid drugs, fentanyl works by binding to the body’s opioid receptors, which are found in areas of the brain that control pain and emotions. After taking opioids like Fentanyl many times, the brain adapts to the drug, diminishing its sensitivity, making it hard to feel pleasure from anything besides the drug. When people become addicted, drug seeking, and drug use over time destroys lives.

Benzodiazepines are a class of medications that work in the central nervous system and are used for a variety of medical conditions, such as anxiety, seizures, and for alcohol withdrawal. Benzodiazepines appear to work by blocking excessive activity of nerves in the brain and other areas in the central nervous system. As a class, benzodiazepines are similar in how they work in the brain but have different potencies and durations of actions. Because of this, some benzodiazepines work better than others in the treatment of particular conditions. Common examples of benzodiazepines include alprazolam (Xanax), diazepam (Valium) and lorazepam (Ativan).

Benzodiazepines are commonly abused. This abuse is partially related to the toxic effects that they produce and also to their widespread availability. They can be chronically abused or, as seen more commonly in hospital emergency departments, intentionally or accidentally taken in overdose. Death and serious illness rarely result from benzodiazepine abuse alone; however, they are frequently taken with either alcohol or other medications. The combination of benzodiazepines and alcohol can be dangerous — and even lethal.

Methamphetamine is a psychostimulant often abused for the euphoric “high” it provides. Some signs of abuse include frequent paranoia, agitation, sweating, insomnia, skin changes, weight loss and more. Abusing this powerfully addictive drug can have deadly consequences. Stimulant dependencies rank amongst the most difficult to overcome. Frequently, treatment is needed to help someone stop using. Meth use can lead to many detrimental physical and mental effects over time. Some of the most common long-term side effects of methamphetamine abuse include:

  • Damage to brain cells (neurotoxicity).
  • Paranoia, anxiety, and insomnia.
  • Deterioration of teeth (meth mouth).
  • Sores and infections on the skin.
  • Strokes.
  • Cardiovascular disease.
  • Liver, lung, and kidney damage.
  • Birth defects when used by women during pregnancy.
  • Hallucinations and psychosis due to sleep deprivation.
  • Death.

Seven Star Recovery provides an effective, safe and medically assisted treatment program for methamphetamine abuse. Our doctors and clinicians are trained and highly experienced with this drug of abuse and how to effectively help a person detox and recover.

What makes a behavioral addiction so hard to treat is that these activities are deemed acceptable in society. For example, it’s incredibly difficult to abstain from using the internet because the internet is pervasive in modern society.

There are four distinct behavioral addictions that healthcare officials and addiction specialists currently recognize:





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