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Transforming the Lives of the Native American Communities

Our Services

At WD Recovery and Wellness Center, we go beyond typical treatment centers by offering a comprehensive range of care options to support the recovery and well-being of Native Americans facing addictions and disorders. Our Partial Hospital (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Programs are just the beginning, as we believe in providing ongoing support long after the PHP stay.

Our approach is tailored to each patient’s unique needs, working closely with their referring therapist to develop personalized treatment plans and goals. This includes addressing addictions, sexual and sexuality issues, and other challenges, ensuring a holistic and individualized approach to recovery.

Throughout the entire treatment process, WD Recovery and Wellness Center maintains a consistent philosophy and approach. We facilitate smooth transitions between different levels of care, allowing patients to maximize their treatment and insurance benefits.

We recognize that symptoms, age, cultural experiences, and sexual and gender identity vary among men, women, and individuals with different gender variations. At WD Recovery and Wellness Center, we strive to identify common themes in everyone’s stories while also acknowledging and respecting the profound differences. We pride ourselves on providing a safe and inclusive environment for individuals of all gender identities.

Our Specialized Programming focuses on meeting the specific developmental, cultural, and spiritual needs of our patients. It offers a unique opportunity for individuals from diverse backgrounds to come together, share their stories, and support one another in finding the strength and confidence to make positive changes and take control of their lives.



We offer a intensive therapy treatment held five days per week, (9am to 3pm) with the family day sessions on Saturday (10am – 2:30pm). Day Treatment is designed for adults, men and women leaving inpatient or residential care, or direction admission into the program who require additional structure in order to continue their recovery.



WD Recovery and Wellness Centers Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is an innovative and dynamic treatment option developed particularly for adults? men and women who need a strong adjunct to outpatient therapy to support their recovery.


  • Gestalt

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Exposure Therapy – Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

  • Relational-Cultural Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Inner Child Therapy

  • Trauma and Dissociation Therapy

  • Art

  • Pilates/Movement

  • Mindfulness and Spirituality

  • Psychodrama

  • Food and Feelings Therapy

  • Internal Family Systems Therapy

  • Mapping IFS

The WD Recovery and Wellness Center
specialized treatment of Swapping Addictions:

    • Provides groups designed to educate Adults about the complex connection between eating disorders, substance abuse, sex, sexual abuse and self-Harm, and develops skills necessary for a comprehensive recovery.


    • Employs a Steps treatment approach, designed to meet an adult at his or her particular level of readiness, given that men and women with addictions with co-occurring problems come into treatment at different levels of readiness to change. This assures that individual is able to take the necessary sequential steps toward recovery.


    • Provides a safe place for honest self-exploration about the impact of addictions use on one’s life through educational, experiential and skill development groups, in addition to AA, NA. OA, SA, EDA, and ANAD participation.

We Treat Eating Disorders at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



Eating disorders manifest as severe disruptions in healthy eating patterns, often acting as a coping mechanism for individuals. In the case of Native Americans, these disorders can be deeply intertwined with their cultural and personal identities. People with eating disorders may resort to food as a means of exerting control over unwanted emotions, memories, or traumas. They may engage in purging or restricting certain food groups as a way to manage their internal struggles. This controlling influence is commonly referred to as the “eating disorder voice.”

We Treat Personality Disorders at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



The recovery journey for Native Americans who suffer from personality disorders is a complex and unique one. Each individual possesses a distinctive personality that evolves through diverse life encounters. While most people can adapt and learn from past experiences, individuals with personality disorders face greater difficulty in managing their behavior. They grapple with overwhelming thoughts and emotions that are so intense, it becomes challenging for them to cope with the demands of daily life. Their actions become uncontrollable, and they find it difficult to navigate various situations and connect with others. Consequently, these struggles often lead to profound difficulties and constraints in their relationships, social interactions, as well as their professional and educational endeavors.



At WD Recovery and Wellness Center, we are committed to supporting the recovery and well-being of Native Americans who are facing the challenges of Body Image Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). BDD is a mental health condition that can consume your thoughts with perceived flaws or defects in your appearance, leading to intense feelings of embarrassment, shame, and anxiety, often causing you to withdraw from social situations.



Welcome to WD Recovery and Wellness Center, where we specialize in assisting Native Americans on their journey to overcome Trauma and Dissociation Disorder. Our team of experienced professionals is committed to delivering personalized care that addresses your individual requirements. With our empathetic approach and evidence-based therapies, we are devoted to guiding you towards long-lasting healing and a revitalized state of wellness. Discover the support and recovery you deserve as we assist you in overcoming Trauma and Dissociation Disorder. Rely on our dedicated team of experts who are equipped to provide comprehensive care tailored to your specific needs. Experience our compassionate approach and evidence-based therapies, designed to empower you on your path to lasting recovery and a renewed sense of well-being.

We Treat Substance Abuse at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



The path to recovery for Native Americans facing drug and substance addiction is a multifaceted journey, marked by powerful cravings and intrusive thoughts that can be difficult to overcome. The relentless pursuit and consumption of drugs and alcohol, despite the profound negative impact on their lives, exemplify the complex nature of this problem. Such substance abuse disrupts various dimensions of an individual’s existence, necessitating a comprehensive approach to treatment that acknowledges its intricacies.

We Treat Internal Family Systems Therapy Disorders at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



Experience the Healing Power of Internal Family Systems Therapy for Native Americans on the Path to Recovery. Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) offers a profound approach to healing and growth for Native Americans seeking to reclaim their well-being. At WD Recovery and Wellness Center, we specialize in harnessing the transformative potential of IFS, empowering you to connect with the various parts of yourself and embark on a journey of self-discovery.



Discover the transformative journey of Native Americans overcoming Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through the recovery of post-traumatic anger. This powerful emotion, deeply rooted in the betrayal and loss of trust experienced by survivors, often hinders their ability to adapt and cope. However, by recognizing anger as a fundamental and safe core response to trauma, individuals can harness its strength to navigate vulnerable and fearful situations, fostering resilience and growth.

We Treat Sex Addiction at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



Empowering Native Americans in their Recovery from Sex Addiction Disorders. Your sexual desires, thoughts, and behavior may present challenges in your life. You may find yourself preoccupied with sexual fantasies that hold significant meaning. These fantasies can evoke various emotions such as entertainment, distraction, fear, and arousal. It’s essential to acknowledge that these fantasies serve a purpose in helping you envision and plan for your future. However, it’s crucial not to mistake them for reality or allow them to become inflexible.



Discover the Path to Native American Recovery from Gambling Addiction. In the quest for excitement and personal fulfillment, gambling often presents itself as an enticing option. It offers an escape from the pressures of daily life and a chance to avoid unpleasant emotions. For some Native Americans, however, gambling can become a destructive force, leading to addiction and significant challenges.

We Treat Bullying Disorders at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



Overcoming Bullying Disorders with Healing and Empowerment. At WD Recovery and Wellness Center, we are dedicated to aiding the recovery of Native Americans who suffer from Bullying Disorders. Our center offers specialized support and treatment, focusing on helping individuals overcome the effects of Bullying Disorders and regain control over their lives. With our comprehensive approach to healing and empowerment, you can embark on a journey towards a brighter future.

We Treat Alcoholism at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



Native American Alcoholism Recovery is a multifaceted challenge marked by intense and sometimes uncontrollable cravings, as well as persistent thoughts of alcohol consumption. These cravings lead to compulsive seeking and use of alcohol, despite the devastating consequences that follow. Contrary to popular belief, the development of addictive alcohol behavior is often unrelated to physical tolerance or exposure to triggers. Frequently, individuals resort to alcohol as a means to cope with stress, using it compulsively to numb their emotions.

We Treat Self Harm at WD Recovery and Wellness Center



Approximately 25 percent of individuals who suffer from eating disorders, alcohol and Substance use addictions also participate in self-harming behavior. In and of itself the practice of an eating disorders and addictions could also be considered self-harming behavior.



Experience the transformative care and unwavering support provided by WD Recovery and Wellness Center, dedicated to helping Native Americans recover from the devastating effects of sexual abuse and incest caused by family addictions and disorders. Our compassionate team of experts combines evidence-based therapies with personalized attention, guiding you on a path of healing, strength, and empowerment. Take that crucial first step towards a future filled with hope and possibilities by reaching out to us today.