Located near Dover, Delaware, Gateway Smyrna offers inpatient treatment to men experiencing addiction. Our facility on the campus of The Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill saves lives through evidence-based medicine every day. We provide a haven where you can fully focus on recovery. Learn more about our approaches to treatment and the benefits of our support.
Beginning recovery can seem daunting to anyone experiencing addiction. Men may have an especially difficult time reaching out for help because of a fear of judgment or rejection. However, the men’s programs at Gateway Smyrna help men feel supported as they progress through recovery. Our staff and patients foster a caring and accepting environment where men can open up about their experiences with one another. More advantages of men’s treatment programs include:
We welcome any man who struggles with addiction to reach out to us. Let us give you the environment you need to recover safely.
Each of our patients receives a combination of services tailored to their needs. When you take part in our residential program, you might get treatments such as:
After you finish treatment, you will become part of our alumni community. Our network of former patients participates in community events and provides support to each other.
Our inpatient program gives you 24/7 support throughout treatment. When you participate in residential treatment, you live at our facility for several weeks. During that time, you will have the space to focus entirely on recovery. You could benefit from our residential program if you:
If you can fit a residential program into your life, you will receive one of the most comprehensive treatments available. Our staff will work with you to find an ideal payment plan for your services. We can also help you find an alternative to inpatient care if you need an outpatient option.
You could benefit from treatment at a drug and alcohol addiction clinic if you:
Reach out to us if you think you have any of these behaviors. Our staff can diagnose your symptoms and refer you to treatment.
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