The Futures philosophy, grounded in the research of neuroscience, is that people change, and that recovery from both addictions and co-occurring disorders is possible. Every day people are stopping their addictions, stepping away from mental illness, and when they do this, it is because they have changed their brain. By understanding the neurophysiology underlying these disorders, and understanding the neurophysiology of change, Futures has created unique and intensive treatment programs that facilitate recovery in the most rapid and deepest manner. This integrated, multidisciplinary approach includes a combination of intensive psychotherapy addressing deep-seeded emotional and motivational issues, as well as teaching practical coping skills in the areas of relapse prevention, and emotional regulation, and provides ongoing support with a life satisfaction plan.
Additionally, Futures incorporates a compassionate and supportive approach to both co-occurring disorders and addiction treatment. Futures takes pride in its collaborative and empowering approach in setting reasonable goals and building skills the client can utilize beyond their stay at Futures.