Get Help During COVID-19

With the current COVID-19 outbreak, many questions surrounding the virus arise. The safety of our staff and patients is the top priority across all of our centers. We have taken the necessary precautions to minimize the risk of exposure and transmission of the Coronavirus to those in our treatment programs, allowing them to focus on their recovery.


Customized Treatment

Here at Lincoln Recovery we understand that everyone’s addiction story is unique. That is why we create a treatment plan unique to each patient’s individual needs, to help them make peace with their past, work on their present, and prepare them for a healthy future.

Relaxing Environment

Whether near or far from home, Lincoln Recovery is a secure and secluded healing space, with no outside distractions. This allows patients to focus on overcoming their addiction to drugs or alcohol in a peaceful and private setting.

Experienced Staff Members

Our staff consists of a group of experienced and dedicated doctors, therapists, nurses, and more. We provide you with the tools to recover from substance abuse and work with you to craft a long-term aftercare plan.

Large Insurance Network

Our staff consists of a group of experienced and dedicated doctors, therapists, nurses, and more. We provide you with the tools to recover from substance abuse and work with you to craft a long-term aftercare plan.





Detoxification is only the first step in recovery. It can be unpleasant, but here at Lincoln Recovery, our goal is to help you through this crucial stage, by making the withdrawal process go as comfortably and as safely as possible.



We offer inpatient (or residential) rehab programs. With 24-hour medical care, emotional support, and day-to-day needs covered, you have the time to focus on fighting addiction free of outside temptations and harmful distractions.

Dual Diagnosis


Some patients have both a substance use disorder and another mental health issue like depression, trauma, or bipolar disorder. When both illnesses overlap, that’s a dual diagnosis. Addressing both disorders tends to improve outcomes.

12 Step


Peer support can make for a powerful tool in someone’s journey toward lasting sobriety. As a result, Lincoln Recovery offers many resources to help a person achieve abstinence, including 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous.

SMART Recovery


There is no one way to heal, and not everyone wants to follow a 12-step program. At Lincoln Recovery we offer several other options, including SMART Recovery, which uses science-backed approaches to getting sober.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


We offer science-backed approaches to recovery, including behavioral therapies with proven track records. Cognitive-behavioral therapy examines the underlying causes of someone’s addiction as it helps patients develop better coping mechanisms.




Prescription drug misuse is a common issue. People use them to relieve pain, reduce anxiety, or get high. Some substances are highly addictive, however, and can be dangerous when misused or taken in combination with other drugs.



Alcohol abuse poses both immediate and long-term risks. A severe addiction can be agonizing and dangerous to overcome alone. Our team has the skills to help patients get through withdrawal safely and comfortably so they can then focus exclusively on recovery.



Opioid abuse and addiction is a major issue across the United States. It can also be extremely challenging to overcome. We at Lincoln Recovery can help make the process more manageable with a blend of medication, counseling, and support.



Benzodiazepines like Xanax can help with anxiety, but they’re often abused. A person can also quickly become dependent on them, and quitting them can be painful and sometimes dangerous. We can help wean you off them safely and school you in healthier coping mechanisms.



These sedatives can help with sleep and cut anxiety, but the wrong dose or combining them with other substances can prove deadly. We can help you by working with you to develop healthier and drug-free habits.



Hallucinogens like LSD or ecstasy are seen by some as almost a rite of passage, but prolonged abuse can lead to psychosis, memory loss, and flashbacks. We have the experience and the know-how to help our patients give up these mind-altering substances.



More states are legalizing cannabis, but it still can be a problematic drug, especially when people use it with other substances including alcohol, opioids, or sedatives. For the person wanting a clean slate free of drug abuse, we can help.



Antidepressants like Zoloft, Prozac, or Paxil can help people with mental illness. They can, for example, level out or reduce the painful lows of depression that may have factored into substance abuse or resulted from it.