Marijuana is a common drug grown from the cannabis plant. The main active components of marijuana include tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). THC can be addictive and causes the high that is associated with marijuana. On the other hand, CBD is not addictive, does not cause a high, and is frequently used for many health concerns, such as anxiety, insomnia, pain, or even addiction.
Simply put: a lot of people are using marijuana — 48.2 million people, in fact. Marijuana is America’s drug of choice. Of all of the current federally illegal drugs, marijuana is the most commonly used. It’s most commonly used by those aged 18 to 25, is used twice as much by men as women, and is most popular amongst low-income households.
When you enter our program, we sit down with you, listen to what makes you tick, and develop a plan for your treatment. After all, no one method works for every individual. We help you detox, stabilize, and develop the tools you need to be confident and reach your goals.
Our treatment program lasts a minimum of 30 days, with stay length beyond that period determined between the resident and our staff. No matter what, our number one priority is making sure you get the amount of help you need. Residents have access to a wide range of treatment modalities, including traditional methods like 12-Step programs, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and experiential therapy. In addition, we offer holistic healing support such as yoga, breathwork, meditation, and acupuncture.