A recovery center addressing the unique needs of the Native American community. We recognize Native American culture and are inclusive to it throughout the treatment process.
Evidence-based, culturally rooted treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders
Heroin, Alcohol, Meth, Cocaine, Benzos, Trauma, and Mood Disorders
Holistic, Evidence-Based Treatment
We use evidence-based, time-tested methods to connect people to a life free from the cycles of addiction and relapse. Using culturally relevant approaches, we honor our culture's deep roots while incorporating the current best practices in drug and alcohol treatment. Our experienced, compassionate staff sees the whole person and creates individualized treatment plans to ensure a real shot at sustainable recovery and a life you can be proud of.
Substance Use And Alcoholism
With a strong emphasis on accountability, integrity, and dignity, our approach is designed to provide an environment where each client is guided towards finding long-term recovery and achieving their best life possible.
Trauma And Co-Occurring Disorders
Allegro Health provides a safe, nurturing environment where behavioral health and medical professionals foster each client’s healing as they address co-occurring mental health disorders including trauma, anxiety, and depressive disorders, and find lasting, positive change in their lives.
Our seasoned staff works with clients to develop treatment plans that are balanced with culturally conscious components of traditional Native American healing and evidence-based 12-step practices. We incorporate Wellbriety, Red Road, and local activities and events to promote cultural consciousness and involvement while establishing a foundation for overall wellness.
Reconnect With Purpose
Reclaim your life and find wholeness. Remember who you wanted to be. A life free of addiction is not only possible—but waiting for you. At Allegro Health, we nurture lifelong change so our clients can find health, recovery, and connection.
Native Americans are more likely to report drug abuse in the past year than any other ethnic group - American Addiction Centers
Compared to other racial/ethnic groups in the U.S., Native Americans have the highest rates of alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, and hallucinogen use disorders1 and the second highest methamphetamine abuse rates - National Institute of Health
Alcohol-Related Deaths Spiked During the Pandemic - New York Times
Drug overdoses are soaring during the coronavirus pandemic - The Washington Post
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