Welcome to the Heartland Recovery Experience. We are a unique blend of qualified professionals who have come together to answer one primary question. Can we provide an environment where the most difficult of clients can embrace an authentic connection to a recovery path that is unique to them? At our specially-designed outpatient care facility, we can help you overcome your addiction and experience real life change.

CONNECTING CLIENTS WITH
THEIR OWN PATH TO RECOVERY

Each client is unique, so should be their recovery. After getting to know our clients, we work along side them to create a custom-tailored treatment plan based on our client’s goals and Heartland’s four unique paths: The Emotional Model, The Clinical Model, The Spiritual Model, and The Traditional Model.

REBUILDING
FAMILIES

Rebuilding and mending families is a priority for us. Recovery isn’t about a single individual; healing the family is a crucial part of the recovery process. We offer several services for providing family members with the much-needed skills for not only helping their loved ones heal, but themselves as well.

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FOUR UNIQUE PATHS TO RECOVERY

THE EMOTIONAL MODEL

Although there are many different ways of looking at addiction, we have developed an emotional model of recovery. We believe that emotions and feelings are at the core of every addiction and understanding emotions allows us to see the reasons why addicts behave the way they do, even when they are sober.

THE CLINICAL MODEL

The individual’s pathway to recovery must be their own, developed with the collaborative efforts of the clinical team. For those individuals electing a clinical path of recovery, each will explore their continuum of experiences and how life has been impacted by the totality of his/her relationships, families, peers, support, and the community.

THE SPIRITUAL MODEL

Faith is one of the cornerstones of the human existence.  When we lose ourselves, and forget who we are due to substance abuse and addiction, faith followed by the appropriate work, begins to bring life back into order. As we struggle to find our purpose in life, we can feel like we’re going in circles where the only thing we find is more questions. The spiritual model of recovery can help answer these questions.

THE TRADITIONAL MODEL

When looking at the traditional model of recovery, we begin by looking at the group. It’s within the group that we begin to break down barriers such as trust issues, insecurities, fears, and self-centeredness.

Our Founder’s Story

Heartland Recovery’s Founder, David Lee, shares his struggle with addiction.

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