Addiction Treatment Services

All the Resources You Need for Successful Addiction Treatment and Recovery—From the Comfort and Privacy of Your Own Home

ALYST Health offers a complete continuum of care for at-home addiction recovery from planning intervention strategies to achieving long-term sobriety by moving the point of care from a treatment center to the comfort and privacy of home.

Our Approach to Addiction Treatment Services

At ALYST Health, our mission is to make addiction treatment services available and accessible to as many people as possible, but we soon realized that conventional addiction treatment centers aren’t a good fit for everyone.

Many people can’t put their lives on pause for 30, 60, or 90 days at a time to enter an inpatient addiction treatment program. Others may value their daily routine or privacy and confidentiality to a degree that group treatment centers simply don’t offer. People who have previously entered treatment may have a difficult time successfully integrating the skills and tools they learned into daily life when they eventually return home.

In response to these challenges, we developed the first and only at-home addiction treatment and recovery program accredited by the Joint Commission. Our program touches on every aspect of successful addiction recovery and sustainable sobriety with a dedicated case manager, sober companion, psychiatrist, and more.

man and dog playing together during at-home addiction rehab

Access Our Addiction Treatment Resources

ALYST provides all the foundational resources needed to get started with at-home addiction treatment and recovery.

Our Addiction Treatment Services

ALYST Health is committed to providing a full suite of addiction treatment and recovery services to guide participants on the path to sustainable sobriety, including:

Addiction Treatment From the Comfort and Privacy of Your Own Home

As the first and only at-home addiction recovery program certified by the Joint Commission, the team at ALYST is here to help individuals achieve their sobriety goals in a place they actually want to be.