Elev8 Treatment & Legacy Center is committed to providing our clients support in combatting their substance abuse problems. The Elev8 program goes beyond substance abuse itself by attacking the root of the problem. Most often, the problem stems from trauma, and getting to the root of the trauma is the key to unlocking a happy and fulfilling life. The Elev8 team uses a combination of traditional psychology and spirituality to help our clients uncover the truth inside themselves.
Although recovery can be painful, what’s on the other side, is freedom. Often this freedom is something that can’t be fathomed in a broken state. Compassionately helping our clients unlock this freedom and truth within themselves is the primary goal of this program.
You can do this. Although it might seem impossible now, truth and freedom are on the other side. You can’t keep living this way. We are here to help you Elev8 beyond the grips of addiction.
Elev8 Treatment & Legacy Center provides treatment for addiction disorders and behavioral illness in adults aged 18 years and above through an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), and Outpatient (OP).
Designed to provide a higher level of concentrated therapy for clients struggling with substance abuse and/or mental health disorders, the programs are facilitated by licensed therapists who encourage active participation by the client.
The program comprises a combination of group, individual, family, and couple therapy, as determined by the client’s needs. An educational (didactic) component is critical. Commitment to a 12-step program is an integral part of the programs, along with the creation of treatment plans that are individualized to meet the need of each client.
Modalities of Treatment, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Supportive Therapy, Stress Management, and other methods, may be used to assist an individual to reach his/her optimal level of function.
Each modality is predicated on a thorough assessment of the client and his/her needs and assets. Treatment may include: