What Is Quality Addiction Treatment?

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What Is Quality Addiction Treatment?

Pinnacle Recovery regards itself as a high-quality addiction treatment center. Finding a treatment center for yourself can be time-consuming. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place. Pinnacle Recovery is the treatment center for you. According to the Recovery Research Institute, there are 11 indicators of quality addiction treatment that you should look for. Pinnacle Recovery has them all. Check them out below.

  • Assessment and treatment matching (identify)

When you come into our facilities, you will go through screening for substance use disorders and other mental illnesses. We will take down any and all information regarding previous health conditions and patient history. We want to identify any factors that can impact your functioning and recovery.

  • Comprehensive, integrated treatment approach (treat)

If you have a dual diagnosis, you will get the help you need for your other illnesses, in addition to your addiction. We want to treat the whole self, not just the addiction.

  • Emphasis and assertive linkage to subsequent phases of treatment and recovery support

Ongoing care is important to us. We want to help you engage in step-down programs and other treatment programs once you leave our care. Your recovery doesn’t stop once you leave our facilities. We want to help you transition.

  • A dignified, respectful environment

While you’re with us at Pinnacle Recovery, we vow to create a dignified and respectful environment for you. Our trained and experienced staff is here to create a welcoming environment where you feel comfortable. We do not want you to feel as if you are worthy of less than anyone else. You are important to us. 

  • Significant other and/or family involvement in treatment

Keeping your loved ones involved in treatment is important. We want to include your family in treatment so that you will feel comfortable once you return home. We also want to encourage healthy boundaries and strengthen the relationships you have.

  • Employ strategies to help engage and retain patients in treatment

We want to do everything we can to have you engaged in our programs. Drop-out rates for addiction care are high. We don’t want to see that for you. It’s vital to us that you engage in treatment and stay to see you hit the beginning of your recovery.

  • Use of evidence-based and evidence-informed practices

Our services include treatment and therapies that are proven to work. We employ cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and other therapies that include FDA approved medications.

  • Qualified staff, ongoing training, and adequate staff supervision

Our staff is trained and has extensive experience in working with addictions and dual diagnosis programs. We want to give you the support that will give you the best chance at recovery. 

  • Personalized approaches that include specialized populations, gender, and cultural competence

Pinnacle Recovery treats all patients as the individuals that they are. We believe that there is no “one size fits all” for addiction treatment. We tailor our programs to you. 

  • Measurement of program performance including during treatment outcomes

We also have reliable and valid measurement programs in order to track how well our patients respond to treatment. We want to see the signs get better, but also recognize when things are not going as planned. 

  • External accreditation from nationally recognized quality monitoring agencies

Lastly, Pinnacle Recovery is an accredited treatment center. We promise to offer quality treatment for all of our patients. 


If you believe you can benefit from the quality addiction treatment points mentioned above, please give Pinnacle Recovery a call today at 1-866-301-0573. We cannot wait to hear from you. 

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