Who is Longbranch?
Longbranch Healthcare is a system of substance abuse and co-occurring disorder treatment
services whose mission is to provide an educational and experiential foundation for long-term recovery
by empowering individuals and their families to find health, wellness, and peace of mind.
Why Longbranch Healthcare?
Longbranch treats the disease of addiction by addressing the whole person: mind, body, spirit, and family.
We utilize a host of innovative, evidence-based modalities that assist individuals
in creating meaningful and fulfilling lives in recovery.
The Longbranch Healthcare System
Longbranch Recovery Center offers a residential experience that treats addiction and co-occurring disorders with integrative and effective treatments to help build new lived in recovery. Treatment consists of individual counseling, group therapy, family workshops, yoga, exercise, meditation, and 12 step immersion. Located in Abita Springs, LA, Clients live in our beautiful retreat center, built in 2017, while receiving treatment. Our staff consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, licensed professional counselors, registered addiction counselors, nurses, a registered yoga teacher, and recovery advocates who are deeply passionate about helping clients reach their goals.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) allows clients to live at home and work while being supported and treated for substance use and co-occuring disorders. The program meets 3-days a week for group therapy with one of the groups being a family session with a licensed marriage and family therapist. Individual counseling occurs weekly in conjunction with physician visits. Longbranch Wellness utilizes medication assisted treatment, intensive therapy, and robust aftercare planning in a comfortable environment to inspire clients to recover.
Longbranch Recovery Center is proud to partner with Tulane’s School of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences to provide unparalleled patient care for our residential clients. Tulane was awarded fellowships in addiction medicine and has chosen Longbranch Recovery Center as a site to train their fellows under the guidance of their Director of the Addiction Medicine Fellowship program.