Addiction is a biopsychosocial disease. For more than 75 years, Schick Shadel has refined our treatment modality and shaped it into the nation’s best method for treating addiction. Our program has helped more than 65,000 men and women recover and regain control of their lives.Read More
Schick Shadel is a medical hospital, providing patients with a safe and comfortable transition through the addiction withdrawal period. Our evidence-based techniques, including the administration of medications to counteract symptoms, help to diminish and alleviate the discomfort of withdrawal.Read More
The Schick Shadel Treatment Method incorporates the use of powerful behavior modification techniques combined with individual counseling, education, minimal sedation rehabilitation interviews and relaxation therapies.Read More
Our counter conditioning program breaks the stronghold of a craving and restores free will. We address both the physical and psychological components of addiction, introducing patients to a non-drinking, non-using lifestyle. This helps return people to physical & emotional balance.Read More
Medical research shows that counter conditioning, or retraining the memory associated with the sight, smell and taste of alcohol and drugs, is an excellent way to reduce the cravings for those substances. Because cravings often lead to relapses, Schick Shadel’s highly effective, evidence-based treatment program specializes in the elimination of these relapse-inducing cravings.
*Based on results of a verified, independent survey of former patients (success being measured as total abstinence for one year and assessed by self-evaluation), as against published success rates from verified, comparable studies of other medical institutions.Start Your New Life
Our non 12 step program recognizes that addiction is “a compulsive physiological need for a habit forming substance” therefore, the person suffering from alcohol addiction, drug addiction or another chemical addiction is suffering from a biopsychosocial disease and needs treatment.View Treatment Programs