There are many places you could go for addiction recovery in Albuquerque, New Mexico…even other clinics that offer methadone treatment. What makes Duke City Recovery Toolbox different is our commitment to caring for the whole person—mind, body and spirit—as they face the challenges of addiction recovery.
Why Whole-Person Healing is Important
At Duke City Recovery Toolbox, we understand that drug addiction is a disease. It affects the way your brain and body function, so it often takes more than willpower to overcome addiction successfully and safely. During recovery, many people find themselves fighting spiritual battles—redefining who they are and what really matters.
We believe that to effectively help participants breakthrough addiction and stay clean, they need recovery support for all aspects of the human experience—physical, emotional and spiritual.
Healing for the Mind
Many people facing substance abuse and/or addiction first turned to drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism. To effectively deal with addiction, a participant must identify their triggers and healthy alternatives to illicit substances. This type of change requires self-reflection and support, so Duke City Recovery Toolbox offers a wide range of therapies for individuals and families.
Healing for the Body
Duke City Recovery Toolbox provides medical services to help participants get the proper diagnosis and treatment. We also consult with other physicians to coordinate care and ensure that medication-assisted treatment does not present increased health risks.
Healing for the Spirit
A connection to a Higher Power can be a powerful tool in the recovery process. At Duke City Recovery Toolbox, we invite participants to integrate their faiths into their recovery process. We offer group Bible study as one opportunity to explore and deepen your faith.
Your Healing Place
The doors of Duke City Recovery Toolbox are open to anyone seeking sobriety. Please contact us to schedule an intake appointment or visit us between 6:00 and 8:00 am Monday through Thursday. If you are eligible for medication-assisted treatment, you will receive your first dose the same day.