Addiction should be treated like the chronic disease that it is. That’s why we staff more full-time physicians than the rest of the industry and use evidence-based treatment to combat the root causes. Learning to manage your disease and being real throughout the process is the only way to take back control of your life.
What does it mean to treat addiction as a chronic disease?
Addiction affects the whole family. That's why 72% of patients and their families go through programming together to address the underlying problems at home. After treatment 95% of families and patients leave satisfied and 90% of families report that their quality of life is good to very good.*Learn more about Family Support & Treatment
Our specialized treatment programs battle addiction head on and provide an environment where people can be surrounded by like-minded individuals who share similar cultural and lifestyle experiences. Over 85% of adults treated at Caron report their quality of life is good to very good.*Learn about our treatment programs
We invest our resources into ground breaking addiction research through strong partnerships with leading institutions and highly regarded professionals in the field. These affiliations allow us to continually improve and implement new evidence-based practices, as well as advance patient outcomes and treatment efficacy.Learn more about our research