Treatment Programs


Drug Rehabilitation Program in Wichita, Kansas

Drug addiction is powerful and is physically and emotionally draining, both on the individual struggling with addiction as well as on family and friends. At Holland Pathways, we help those with substance use disorder rebuild their lives, relationships and achieve lasting recovery.

With programs ranging from medically-monitored detox to inpatient residential and outpatient care, Holland Pathways helps clients achieve recovery with a personalized plan of treatment tailored to their needs

If our initial assessment determines detoxification services are required to begin the recovery process, our medically-monitored detox services are extremely beneficial. Our Medical Director oversees all detox services and she is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, Toxicology, Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Ashley Haynes, is also certified in the use of Suboxone.

Your Path Out of Addiction Begins Here

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At Holland Pathways, we treat addiction to all types of drugs, including:

  • Opiates (ex. Percocet)

  • Benzodiazepines

  • Methadone

  • Adderall

  • Heroin

  • Methamphetamine

  • Cocaine

  • Marijuana


Holland Pathways residents enjoy clean rooms and a comfy setting designed to provide a safe, accepting environment in which they can heal from the negative effects of drug use and addiction. Residential treatment includes drug education and one-on-one counseling, as well as group treatment with a community of others who understand the challenges being faced. Together, clients find the encouragement needed to modify their thinking, coping skills and behaviors to overcome their reliance on drugs. Additionally, supported by yoga, meditation, nutrition classes and more, clients regain the strength of mind, body and spirit needed to experience healing and begin a life free from the chains of addiction.

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence has created a quick 20-question test to help pin-point if drug treatment is right for you.

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