Treatment Types

  • Short-Term Residential Treatment

    Short-Term Residential Treatment


    No one intends to become addicted to alcohol or drugs, but the reality is substance abuse is a very slippery slope. It’s an addictive behavior that immediately begins to push the limits of one’s self-control. Read More
  • Drug and Alcohol Detox

    Drug and Alcohol Detox


    We have come to understand addiction to alcohol and drugs as a disease characterized by altered brain structure and functioning Read More
  • Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab

    Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab


    As a disease, addiction is unique in that its development depends on a complicated confluences of factors that can be biological, environmental, and developmental. Read More
  • Aftercare Services

    Aftercare Services


    There are many ways to become addicted to alcohol or drugs. Some are simply curious about recreational intoxication and underestimate the addictive potential of substance abuse. Read More
  • Recurrant & Chronic Relapse

    Recurrant & Chronic Relapse


    Addiction is a very complex and unique disease. It develops as a result of a confluence of factors that can be biological, environmental, or developmental, making it difficult to isolate a singular reason that can be attributed to an individual’s dependency. Read More
  • Alumni

    Alumni


    The effects of alcohol and drug addiction are diverse and profound. When one thinks of the ways a person is affected by chemical dependency, one often imagines the physical effects and damage caused to the body. Read More
  • Clovis Intensive Outpatient Program

    Clovis Intensive Outpatient Program


    This level of care is perfect for professional that cannot completely stop working for one reason or another and need to find a way to fit their treatment program into their work schedule. By attending First Steps Recovery Intensive Outpatient Program, you can continue to work during the day and attend sessions at night or vice-versa and in doing so you can receive the benefits of addiction treatment without affecting your finances or work life. Read More
  • Sober Living in Clovis

    Sober Living in Clovis


    Sober living acts as a segue into real life after treatment. They are there to provide additional support to people who may be in a new city or state, or people who are just not yet comfortable living on their own in sobriety. Many sober living houses have rules and regulations that must be followed by their residents and often times these rules can help newly sober people establish healthy routines that nurture their recovery. Read More