Ambrosia Treatment Center launched a new logo as a symbol of the major enhancements to their programs. The clinical changes include launching mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and a 6-month young adult program. In addition, Ambrosia has opened a new building to serve more people in New Jersey.
Ambrosia has spent the last 10 years working with the young adult population in Florida. The link between longer stays in treatment and higher success rates upon discharge is clear. Ambrosia’s new 6-month program gives clients extra time to dig into difficult issues and underlying mental health conditions that haven’t been addressed in shorter treatment settings. The long-term program offers a trauma-certified therapist and is ideal for those under 30 years old who face chronic relapse.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) has been added to our Florida program to improve client success, especially for those with prior treatment history. Used frequently with recurring depression, MBCT teaches clients how to break away from the negative thought patterns that cause the downward spiral to relapse. It’s an alternative layer of clinical treatment that goes beyond most other facilities.
The new 19,000 square-foot building on their New Jersey campus allows Ambrosia to serve an additional 350 people per year. The resource comes as the opioid epidemic continues to rage throughout the Northeast.
“For the last 10 years, the team’s innovation and drive have pushed Ambrosia to an industry leader. We’re constantly looking to grow and improve as a company,” said CEO Jerry Haffey. “That’s why this announcement is so exciting. We have a new logo to back up the extensive and important changes we’ve been making to our clinical programs to better serve those struggling.”
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Ambrosia Treatment Center has been raising industry standards for over 10 years and has treated over 10,000 clients from across the country at our California and Florida rehabilitation facilities. Our focus is on quality care, family involvement and advancing addiction medicine. To learn more, visit AmbrosiaTC.com.