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High Watch was founded in 1940 with the assistance of Bill W., the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Welcome to High Watch Recovery Center
A culture of compassionate care, dignity and respect.
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High Watch Recovery Center is dedicated to healing those suffering from the chronic illness of drug and alcohol addiction. Our ability to deliver proven, effective treatment for substance abuse lies in our unique High Watch Treatment Program. We integrate the latest breakthroughs in addiction medicine, for the treatment of both the neurobiology of addiction and any co-occurring disorders, into the time tested spiritual teachings of the 12 Steps. Our experienced licensed therapists are skilled at diagnosing and treating any underlying issues that might interfere with one’s ability to stay sober.
High Watch Recovery Center employees a full time psychiatrist who is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. He oversees a specialized medical team of licensed clinical social workers, psychiatric nurse practitioners and registered nurses. Our patients see their therapists no less then three times a week. Our experienced medical team is skilled at diagnosing and treating any underlying issues that might interfere with one's ability to stay sober.
Your loved one does not have to die from their addiction.
Together we can save your family.
An Interactive educational weekend for guests, families and loved ones. This life saving educational program is open to our guests, their families, their loved ones and the general public.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
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