Compassionate Care. Personalized Treatment.


At Bell Treatment Center we understand that addiction is a disease that requires a comprehensive and compassionate approach. We combine medication, counseling, and screening for an individualized treatment program that empowers every patient with the tools they need to overcome addiction. We have been providing cutting-edge addiction treatment in our community since 1996. To better serve our patients, and to continue our mission to provide industry leading addiction and dependency care across the valley, we have expanded our offices to a second location.



Personalized Addiction Management


Bell Treatment Center offers each patient a personalized pathway for overcoming addiction and addictive tendencies. Our approach utilizes counseling, medical management of addiction, and consistent follow up as the foundation for successful long term addiction management.




An individual approach to addiction therapy

At Bell Treatment Center our addiction counselors work with patients by providing them tools to help them understand addiction as a disease. Counselors help patients uncover what may be leading them to use alcohol or drugs, and how those unseen triggers may be preventing a clear path to recovery. Patients are encouraged to work with their counselors and providers to develop a personal plan to overcome those daily triggers.

The roles of a counselor include: 

  • Providing unbiased emotional support

  • Providing one-on-one therapy sessions

  • Developing an individualized treatment plan

  • Providing continued guidance throughout a patient’s treatment program

Medical Management

Countering the physiological affects of addiction

Our clinicians utilize Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone combination), and oral Methadone as primary agents to counter physical dependency. Methadone is a safe and effective medication used for the treatment of opioid addiction. Methadone works by mitigating the painful symptoms of opiate withdrawal and blocking the euphoric effects of opiate drugs such as heroin, morphine and codeine.  While on stable doses of Methadone the brain is given the opportunity to reestablish a balance between opioid receptors and natural endorphins, allowing the patient the opportunity to maintain long term addiction control. 

Both Methadone and Suboxone are opioid- agonists with distinct properties that allow them to be utilized very effectively in the long term treatment of addiction. Both treatment options are effective when appropriately tailored to the individual needs of the patient, and our board certified addictionologists specialize in the utilization of cutting edge therapy recommendations for Methadone and Suboxone therapies. Further information on Methadone can be found at the following locations:



The foundation of a successful future

The goal of addiction treatment should always be an improvement in quality of life, social functioning and mental health. At Bell Treatment Center we strive to prevent relapse in every patient with a proven combination of medication management and behavioral support. We believe in our patients, and we strive to be with them at each step along the road to recovery.