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Prescott House focuses on a widespread of programs to address issues men from different walks of life face. Consisting of a diverse clinical staff, Prescott House is headed by our Medical Director, Dr. Terry A. Vaughan. A spiritual facilitator, with a Ph.D meets weekly and following up with individuals daily is a psychiatrist, psychologists, primary therapists (BHT), family-focused therapists, along with several Certified Sex Addiction Therapists (CSAT). With therapeutic group therapy, our community-based model utilizes family-of-origin therapy and advanced educational groups. During daily groups, individuals are strengthened and promoted by the interactions in group sessions, receiving immediate evaluation and observation from therapists and peers. Programs addressing Process Addictions, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Disorders including Drug and Alcohol Addictions.

Drug, Alcohol & Substance Abuse

Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism

Alcohol dependence is cumulative in nature. Most adults can drink casually and not be burdened with addictive behavior or dependence on alcohol. For a relatively small percentage of individuals, however, drinking in moderation is not an option…read more on Alcohol Dependency

Opioid Epidemic

In the United States alone, nearly 100 people die a day from opiate abuse. This addiction holds on tightly to its users and makes it seem impossible to let go, but there is hope…read more on the Opioid Epidemic

Heroin Addiction

The high and euphoria that comes from the first couple times of using heroin has users continuing to chase that initial high. Following extended use, the body and brain begins a dependence on the drug to function as withdrawals leads to severe depression as the body detoxes from morphine…read more on Heroin Addiction

Cocaine Addiction

Resulting from heavy use of cocaine, it is likely addicts will experience withdrawal symptoms and require a long-term detox when attempting to quit using. The initial withdrawal and crash can take as little as 24 hours and in severe cases sometimes last days…read more on Cocaine Addiction

Benzos (Benzodiazepine) Addiction

Xanax is a medication that falls into the benzodiazepine category (also known as “benzos”). These types of medications were created to help people with a wide range of health issues, but the primary use is for people who suffer from different types of anxiety disorders. Xanax and other benzos may also be prescribed to help people who suffer from insomnia, seizures, and muscle spasms…read more on Benzo Addiction

Z-Drug Category

Non-benzodiazepines are a class of psychoactive drugs that react similarly to benzos, and are often prescribed for the same reasons. While both offer similar effects in terms of treating particular conditions, the two differ in the way they are chemically composed…read more on Z-Drug Category

Suboxone Misuse

Many people hear the word “Suboxone” and wonder what this prescription drug can do for them. When used appropriately, this drug can be an effective opioid for the treatment of pain. Just the same as any opiate, such as Methadone, physical dependency is a concern. If Suboxone is used for an extended period of time or if it is abused in any way, heavy withdrawal symptoms may occur…read more on Suboxone Side Effects

Bath Salts Abuse

Bath salt pharmacology is wide-ranging and the chemical compounds used are changed regularly to stay a step ahead of law enforcement. While federal, state and local law enforcement groups are well aware of bath salts, they can’t ban the ingredients contained within them fast enough…read more on Bath Salts Abuse

Compulsive & Process Addictions

Sex Addiction

In the United States alone, there are millions of people suffering from a Sexual Addiction. Sexual compulsivity is found in many individuals today. Although there is not one specific factor that can be pinpointed to cause sexual addiction, there are many psychological, biological, and social factors that have been found to contribute to and enable this addiction…read more on Sex Addiction

Internet Pornography

Internet pornography addiction falls under the category of behavioral addiction due to repeated use and viewership of cyber pornographic material. Often times, this leads to other compulsions and addictions such as cyber-sex addiction…read more on Internet Pornography

Gambling Addiction

You may have a friend or family member that loves to play cards, buy a lottery ticket or visit local casinos periodically. You might even be that person yourself. Gambling for fun is an adult hobby but not typically a constant companion…read more on Gambling Addiction

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders are not typically associated with men in our society, but we have encountered several men in our program over the years struggling with body image issues, binge eating issues, and excessive exercising issues…read more on Eating Disorders

Mental & Chronic Illness

Co-Occurring Disorder

Dual-Diagnosis is a term used to describe a mental illness condition in which an individual suffers from chemical dependency along with one or more psychiatric illnesses simultaneously. These conditions are also commonly referred to as co-occurring disorders, co-morbidity, concurrent disorders, and dual disorders…read more on Dual Diagnosis

Chronic Illness

Some physical disabilities whether genetic or caused by traumatic events can create a life surrounded by pain and attempts to find cures for these continuing issues…read more on Chronic Illness

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