Stop running for your life, and start running toward your potential.
LOTUS RECOVERY AT A GLANCE
You have an unrealized potential that addiction is stealing away. Lotus Recovery wants to help you find the potential already in you. We work with you to create recovery treatment options that encompass your life-not just recovery. You can achieve freedom from addiction. Lotus will help you take the first step and every step after.
The first step is to reach out. Call 651-340-7386 today to take your first step in recovery.
MEET WITH US
We provide you with customized and specific treatment plans to break the cycle of addiction.
We don't promise an easy journey but we promise the fight is worth winning.
Our mission is to provide substance use disorder services and supports to disrupt the addictive cycle and lifestyle, while promoting healthier communities and the individuals, social, economic cultural well-being.
Many have suffered years of problems and inequalities within the community, including lack of access to more culturally sensitive programs that address the various substance abuse problems, as well as potential psychological and physical health challenges. Our cultural specific and personalized program was developed with those individual needs in mind.
OUR RECOVERY MODEL
At Lotus Recovery we believe that effective treatment for addiction requires the following:
Individualized client choice
Cultural specific programming
Knowledgeable interdisciplinary staff
A willingness for counselors to allow you to find your way in recovery
Strong continuing care program
Peer support before during and after treatment
STAGES OF RECOVERY
At Lotus we use stages of care to help client improve their awareness, motivation, insight and readiness which we believe will provided the tools needed to maintain long-term recovery.
Motivation: To help patients identify their personal rationale for getting and staying clean and sober.
Consciousness: To increase insight and awareness about self and the nature of addiction.
Support: To develop and utilize a sober support system that has permission and is encouraged to provide feedback and direction.
Awareness: To determine specific triggers that can lead to relapse and develop a solid relapse prevention plan.
Planning: To develop a concrete, specific and measurable discharge plan that addresses the client’s issues and provides the most opportunity for continued recovery.
Maintenance: To find purpose or meaning in life, identify your values and set goals.