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Acupuncture-detox Series

Alcohol, Tobacco, other Substances

Consists of 12-Session Acupuncture treatment series and appointment time with our Client Care Navigator for adjunct resources. Acupuncture is commonly referred through the court systems for DWI because it decreases cravings for alcohol and drugs, reduces withdrawal systems, relieves tension and anxiety which occurs when trying to stop using alcohol and drugs, and helps with relaxation. These treatments can clear the mind, increase energy and help gain a sense of well-being.

Please note: Acupuncture is not a substitute for traditional treatments through your primary care provider, but rather best used in conjunction with 12-step programs and primary care.

What to Expect

When you arrive for your appointment, your practitioner will do a brief medical history and provide materials for home care.

Your treatment session will include Guided Imagery and other tools. You may fall asleep while receiving care. This is common and your practitioner will awaken you when the session is over. They will review any recommendations for home care before you leave.

Guided Imagery

Guided imagery, sometimes called “guided meditation,” “visualization,” “mental rehearsal,” or “guided self-hypnosis,” is a gentle but powerful technique that focuses the mind and imagination in proactive, positive ways that calm the body.


All service members are entitled to one free 12-session Acupuncture Detox series. It can also be obtained through a referral from your medical provider. Additional 12-session series are available for $385.00.

The value for this 12-session treatment is $1,535.00


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