The Power of the Mountains

The recovery process at Fire Mountain is an intricate and ever-evolving practice. The teens who enter into treatment with us receive a well-structured clinical treatment plan with group, family, and individual therapy built into their schedules. However, recovery is not just learning to work through ones issues in therapy, it is also learning to replace […]

4 Ways Group Therapy Helps You Get Sober

Group therapy is a safe environment where others understand your struggles. If you’re going through the trying time of getting sober, not everyone understands. Family may look at you in disbelief. Friends might shrug it off and encourage you to keep old habits. Group therapy, however, is a great way to meet others who understand […]

How to Talk to a Loved One About Their Addiction

Talking to a loved one—whether its a brother, friend, or neighbor—about addiction is never easy. You want them to seek help, but you don’t want to push them away from you by broaching the subject confrontationally. Here are some helpful tips on how to communicate with loved ones through an addiction.  3 Tips on How […]

Why Holistic Treatment for Drug Abuse Works

Proper addiction treatment can exist in many forms. Not every teenager responds well with every method of recovery—so, we aim to find the best method for each resident. When it comes to drug abuse, our team at Fire Mountain will work with your teen to find a holistic or non-holistic treatment method to put them […]

What Does It Mean When Your Teen Goes Through Withdrawal?

When your teen is dependent on drugs or alcohol, withdrawal can haunt them when the substance is taken away or cut down in dose. Anyone with a dependence on drugs or alcohol can experience symptoms of withdrawal when they’re looking to get clean. It’s simply part of the process—but what is it exactly? And, what […]