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Stolt

Stolt in Anchorage, AK

Stolt in Anchorage, Alaska offers outpatient alcohol and drug rehab services using an evidence-based, holistic approach for addiction and mental health, accepting major insurance, and allowing clients to maintain daily commitments.

Stolt Overview

Stolt, an alcohol and drug rehab program in Anchorage, Alaska, offers comprehensive services to men and women seeking recovery. Their evidence-based treatment approach addresses the mind, body, and spirit, supporting individuals with addiction, mental health, and dual diagnosis concerns. Stolt provides outpatient programs tailored to each client's needs.

With a focus on dignity and respect, Stolt's outpatient program offers mental health therapy, group therapy, family therapy, clinical interventions, process groups, and evidence-based services for those not requiring a high level of support.

  • Comprehensive approach: Stolt addresses the mind, body, and spirit in their treatment programs.
  • Evidence-based interventions: The facility employs proven methods to support addiction recovery.
  • Insurance acceptance: Stolt works with most major insurance providers, making treatment more accessible.

Stolt treats a wide range of addictions and related issues, including alcohol and drug addiction, mental health concerns, and dual diagnosis. Their services benefit men and women seeking recovery in an outpatient setting, allowing them to maintain work and family commitments while receiving professional support.

  • 2 Conditions Treated
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Insurance Accepted
  • 2 Levels of Care
  • Speaks English
  • 10 Therapies & Programs
  • Multiple Locations

Conditions and Issues Treated

Dual-Diagnosis Treatment at Stolt

Dual Diagnosis is a specific relationship between two or more disorders that have the same symptoms and can sometimes be treated together. This is used in the treatment planning process when dealing with drug addicts. Dual diagnosis can be viewed as a chronic medical condition that has comorbid psychiatric disorders.

Although addiction and a mental illness may have separate symptoms that are not easy to detect, they often go hand in hand. Many times, drug abuse is a direct result of the mental illness. In other words, treating the addiction will not resolve all of your issues. Unless you also treat the underlying mental illness, you will not be successful in achieving sobriety.

Levels of Care

This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Dual-Diagnosis, Outpatient, with additional therapies available as listed below.

An outpatient treatment program is set up to help with alcohol or drug addiction, or a co-occurring disorder. The patient must attend the Alaska facility for their therapy and other programs but are able to return home each night. The frequency of mandatory attendance decreases after much of Stolt‘s program is complete.

Therapies & Programs

Individual Therapy is a critical component of addiction recovery. Therapists work with patients to identify the root of their addiction and figure out how to better handle the issues that led to them using drugs. Individual Therapy is the one-on-one session where people meet with their therapist. Individual therapy provides a safe space for people to open up and discuss personal and sensitive topics which they may not feel comfortable discussing in a group setting.

Group Therapy is utilized by drug treatment centers like Stolt to provide the recovering drug addict with a platform to talk about their feelings and experiences. It also provides for an opportunity to learn from other addicts who have successfully overcome their addiction.

Group Therapy is employed in lectures, seminars, or discussion groups (the latter two are typically conducted as “therapy groups”). It is recommended that all group members be recovering addicts for this type of therapy to work (though it does not exclude others with lived experience).

Trauma therapy is a clinical process that helps individuals deal with mental stress often caused by traumatic events. It is generally done for children, teenage victims of sexual assault, and war veterans. The therapist helps the person identify, understand and work through the problem. This is done with the help of talking about it in group or one-on-one counseling sessions. Therapists use relaxation, role-playing, art, and music to help the person open up about what is bothering them.

Cognitive behavioral therapy is also a popular service for individuals living with addiction. This type of supportive treatment uses both one-on-one counseling and group sessions to teach addicts how to identify thoughts, behaviors and emotions that might increase their risk of relapse.

These professionals can help addicts develop coping skills for managing stress, improving self-esteem and overcoming triggers. They might also use behavioral therapy to help addicts learn how to avoid cravings and warning signs that could lead them back into addiction.

Therapy can be used as a step-down from inpatient treatment or as the primary method of overcoming an addiction. No matter which option is best for the addict, they will teach important emotional coping techniques, which can make it easier for addicts to get through the tough days.

Nutrition therapy has been used to help drug addicts for decades. Many early reports on addiction treatment indicate that some patients recovered from the “satisfying power of food”. For years, this phenomenon has been utilized as a treatment modality in eating disorders for adults, adolescents, and children. Specific nutrients have been identified that influence neurotransmitters associated with reward pathways of the brain.

Studies have shown that carbohydrate loading with complex carbohydrates to elevate serotonin levels was effective in treating bulimia nervosa. This approach prompted researchers to explore the use of this type of nutritional intervention in other disorders.

Nicotine replacement therapy treats nicotine addiction using external sources of nicotine, such as patches or gum to substitute for nicotine. This allows people trying to quit smoking to get their desired dose of nicotine without actually having to smoke cigarettes. The idea behind NRT is that by providing smokers with nicotine in forms that are not cigarettes, they may be more likely to quit smoking.

NRT has been available for many years now, and there is a wealth of evidence that shows that it helps people trying to quit smoking. There are several different types of NRT devices on the market now. Patients interested in quitting smoking should talk to their doctors about the best kind of NRT for them.

Patient Experience

Experiential Therapy at Stolt

Experiential therapy is another form of treatment that helps addicts overcome their addiction. This type of service typically involves hands-on activities with the focus on physical experiences instead of emotions or beliefs.

Some examples include art therapy, equine therapy and music therapy. Each of these forms of experiential therapy can provide unique ways for addicts to channel their feelings and work through their demons. This type of therapy also allows addicts to develop meaningful emotional connections with others, which can prevent them from resorting to relapse as a coping mechanism.

Payment Options

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  • Health Insurance
  • Self-Pay / Cash
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Military Insurance
  • IHS/Tribunal/Urban
  • State-Financed
  • Sliding Scale
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    Location & Contact

    Stolt Location and Directions
    Address
    1000 East 4th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    Phone Number
    (907) 762-8699

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    Stolt Location and Directions
    Location

    1000 East 4th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501
    (907) 762-8699

    Accepting

    Age Adults (20+), Seniors (65+), Teenagers

    Modality Group, Individuals

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    Helpful reference information for Stolt, a drug treatment center in Alaska located at: 1000 East 4th Avenue, Anchorage, AK, 99501, including phone numbers, official website, and more. Listed briefly is an overview of Levels of Care, Therapies Offered, Issues Treated, and accepted forms of Payment Methods.

    Listed October 25, 2021

    Updated June 24, 2024

    Anchorage, Alaska Addiction and Treatment

    Alaska is enduring a multi-faceted drug and alcohol abuse problem. Heroin-related overdoses are 50% higher in Alaska than in the rest of the United States. Methamphetamine use is a major contributing factor to violent crime in Alaska. More than 60,000 Alaskans need some sort of treatment for substance abuse and/or addiction.

    9,500 people struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol in Anchorage. The city has been hit hard by the opioid epidemic. The most commonly abused drugs include marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, and prescription drugs. Between 2012 and 2016, there was a 64% increase in the number of deaths due to drug overdoses. Several treatments are available in Anchorage. Participants receive around-the-clock care and supervision; they also have access to a variety of therapy.

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