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NAATP - Joint Commission

Are You Ready To Transform Your Life?

Our programs are individualized, medically and therapeutically appropriate, licensed, and nationally accredited by The Joint Commission. We provide safe, effective treatment solutions for those struggling with addiction, prescription pill dependency, and substance abuse; with and without co-occurring mental health disorders.

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Our Locations

We have 4 locations within Texas, New Mexico and Utah.

Taos Recovery Center
Taos, NM

Taos Recovery Center

Men's Gender-Specific Residential Treatment

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Albuquerque Recovery Center
Albuquerque, NM

Albuquerque Recovery Center

Individualized, evidence-based addiction treatment based in Albuquerque, with full-service detox and in-patient treatment. 

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Ripple Ranch Recovery Center
Spring Branch, TX

Ripple Ranch Recovery Center

Ripple Ranch Recovery Center provides excellent addiction treatment using both 12-Step and 12-Step Alternative methods, with additional therapy and trauma work. 

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Shadow Mountain Detox Hospital in St. George, Utah
St. George, UT

Shadow Mountain Detox Hospital in St. George, Utah

Medical Detox + 2-4 Week Treatment

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