Mental health and substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life and all age groups. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and often serious, but they are treatable, and many people do recover. Mental and substance use disorders involve changes in daily life schedules, education, work, career, family life, ways of thinking, moodiness, and/or behavior. These disorders can affect how we relate to others and make choices.
Formerly known as Freedom House, Lake Point Recovery & Wellness offers alcohol, substance use, mental health, and chemical dependency disorder therapeutic treatment options to provide tools to help individuals overcome addiction.
65 ARVAC Lane
Russellville, AR 72802
Experiential therapy is an evidence based therapy that uses expressive tools such as acting, role playing, arts, crafts, music, guided imagry, and use of props to guide patients experiencing symptoms of addiciton and emotional symptoms to process past emotional experiences.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is an evidence based therapy connecting thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It is aimed at changing the patient’s thoughts and feelings to reduce the desire to use substances to minimize symptoms of underlying issues.
Expressive therapy is an evidence based approach using creative expression forms such as art, poetry, music, dance, drama, and more to rehabilite the patient’s emotional and social state from symptom medication to living and expressing emotions more fully and appropriately.
Recreational therapy is an evidence based approach to therapy using recreation and other activity based interventions to address needs of individuals struggling with addiciton and maladaptive behavior patterns leading to emotional disturbance and the desire to medicate with substances.
Motivational Interviewing is an evidence based therapy aimed at eliciting change of the patient by helping them explore and resolve ambivalence using internal motivation to change behavior.
Other Therapies Used
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Mindfulness and Stress Management
12 Step Facilitation
“I am extremely grateful I choose to receive treatment at Freedom House. With the help of supportive staff, I learned a lot about myself and the negative consequences of living an addictive lifestyle. I believe their genuine care and ability to strengthen the very core of the individiual is invaluable”. – Jon
“The Freedom House has been awesome! It has challenged me to take action in recovery, as well as to consider serioulsy seeking to push myself further than originally thought possible. They have encouraged me and made clear a pathway to a better life”. – Jimmy
“The staff are all friendly and helpful. They do their best to help everyone within their care have a safe and comfortable environment to aid in their recovery efforts, I would definitely recommend Freedom House to anyone I thought were serious about recovering from addiction”. – D.J
“When I started in my addiction, I was at a point in my life where I felt lost and like I had no place here. I felt disconnected from Joanna, the real Joanna. The woman I once was; the mother, the wife, daughter, sister, and the aunt. I felt I didn’t have a purpose on this earth. What was my life’s purpose? I didn’t feel like I mattered to anyone and that no one cared. In my first 30 days, I took a class called NOSTO. In that class, I found myself again. I even learned more about who I am, and where I want to be in life. In those days first 30 days, I started to feel again. That was something I stopped during in my addiction. Not once before NOSTOS have I ever been able to stand in front of the mirror and say, ‘I’m beautiful!’ While I was getting ready for NOSTOS, I was able to look up at myself and say out loud, ‘Wow, I’m beautiful.’ Every time I get to sit in a class at Freedom House, I learn something new about myself or about my recovery. I’ve learned to forgive myself, forgive others, and to make amends. These smart, beautiful women told me ‘You can’t change your past, but you can control your future.’ In the beginning I didn’t see how, but while in NOSTOS with those women, I saw what they meant and learned how to do a lot of self-care, going out, and having fun. The best part is I’m sober!” – Joanna