Aquila of Delaware
10 North Railroad Avenue, Georgetown, DE 19947
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About This Rehab
Aquila is a CARF- Accredited and Licensed agency dedicated to identifying and treating substance abusing dually diagnosed adolescents and young adults. Because the issues facing today's youth are complex and demanding, we have designed highly specialized treatment programs that help adolescents and young adults confront their problems and overcome them. We believe that substances abuse affects every level of a family's functioning and we encourage maximum family involvement in treatment. Our goal is to assist adolescents and young adults in creating a dynamic and creative recovery process that will become the foundation of a productive life-style.
Diagnoses and disorders are understood as problems to solve, rather than conditions of existence to be labeled and carried as a burden. Symptoms are addressed as both patterns of psychological and emotional response or as biological vulnerabilities, which were initially developed as ways to cope with pain and unmet needs or in response to stress and suffering. While symptoms can meet needs and protect the person from hurt, they are also unhealthy solutions that “work” with a terrible cost. Our shared work is to identify and confront symptoms clearly and to empower the individual and family to develop healthy alternatives while they restore themselves and their relationships.
Individuals and families are willing to make these changes only when they feel safe enough to be emotionally vulnerable and to risk new ways of relationship to self and others. The physical environment of Wellspring and the Arch Bridge School, with its natural beauty, warmth and homelike atmosphere, supports our intimate programs, while engaging students, clients and families in professionally sophisticated multi-dimensional treatment.
Each person and family is unique and different, and no single approach works the same for everyone. Therefore, we approach the person and the problem in as comprehensive and intensive a way as possible. Notably, in our residential and school programs we use verbal, non-verbal, cognitive, expressive and experiential means. Because therapy is not life, but learning how to approach life with consciousness and responsibility, we strive to provide a therapeutic milieu of experiential programs and relationships for our residential clients and school students that gives depth and immediacy to the healing and restoration processes for all those we serve.
Family relationships, trainings, visits and therapies remain a cornerstone of Wellspring programs. All parents of our younger clients are expected to work as part of the “team” and in our Children’s Residential Program parents are always welcome to work, play and eat with their children.
Importantly, Wellspring & the Arch Bridge School takes great care to screen, train and supervise our staff. We strive to assure that persons working in our programs in whatever capacity are quality people. All staff work hard to be able to meet the needs of those we serve with caring, compassion and strength, with the intensity and relational intimacy necessary to support a return to their families, schools and communities.
Our commitment in our school and each and all of our programs is to meet each individual person, student and family with honesty, intelligence, respect, strength and care in a mutual healing endeavor.
State Licenses are permits issued by government agencies that allow rehab organizations to conduct business legally within a certain geographical area. Typically, the kind of program a rehab facility offers, along with its physical location, determines which licenses are required to operate legally.
No State Licensing Information On Record, This Listing Has Not Been Claimed.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Established in 1992 by congress, SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on American's communities.
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