The Landing Has an Evidence Based Approach to Treating Drug and Alcohol Addiction

How do you start a rehabilitation center? How do you hire the staff? How do you figure out how to treat the clients? Sober Landing has created the most effective rehabilitation center for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Our Evidence Based Treatment Approach to treating drug and alcohol addiction is the best method for lasting recovery. We have incorporated this approach into all of our programming. Meaning that the treatment activities we offer have been scientifically shown to be effective by research studies in the fields of psychology, alcoholism and addiction.

The following are the 7 key components that are integrated into The Landing treatment program for every client:

12-Step Principles for addictions

The 12-Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous is a social support system for men to incorporate into their daily routine of recovery. Membership of a 12 Step fellowship makes an addict accountable to others for their recovery.

Stages of Change with addictions

Here we try to “meet the client where they currently are.” We understand that recovery is a journey and we work with the client whether they are struggling or leading.


Medications are an important element of treatment for addicts. Our clients are assessed by a psychiatrist who determines if/which medications are most appropriate for the clients condition.

Motivational Interviewing

We encourage clients to seek recovery for themselves and reflect this goal back to them daily.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a proven effective approach to building awareness in our clients emotions, thoughts and reactions.

Contingency Management

Contingency management is method of motivating change in behavior through positive and negative consequences in the facility.

Family Systems

We have found that the greatest progress is made when the entire family system is addressed during treatment. For this reason we have established Family Week for families to participate in the recovery process.