Domus Retreat Opioid Treatment Program and Recovery Center
A Substance Abuse Treatment Program Above the Rest
From Hope to Reality
Domus Retreat was founded in 2005 by Clare Waismann, SUDCC/RAS to provide a treatment program without pre-set protocols or care based on judgmental theories for those struggling with opioid addiction. A treatment program tailored to each person’s individual needs. But more importantly, a place where people feel seen, heard and understood.
A Non-12-Step Program
At Domus, we don’t follow archaic and tired 12-step rules. Instead, we hear, understand, and assist each person. Through the 12-step lens, all individuals, who at one point struggled with substance use, are viewed as “addicts.” Furthermore, 12-step programs consider addiction as a chronic, untreatable disease. The goal is often to break people down in rehab centers because they attempt to rebuild them. Those struggling with addiction are already broken enough, and to further inflict any suffering is not just cruel but possibly dangerous.
Domus Retreat’s multidisciplinary team of professionals is there to assist you in making the most progress while healing your mind, body, and soul. We also offer individualized care so you can privately address the root causes of opioid use disorder in a discreet, supportive environment designed to make you feel comfortable and secure. Our team doesn’t rely on steps, cookie-cutter approaches, or judgmental theories. Instead, we rely on what we see, hear and understand when treating “you.” We also do not require you to share your most private thoughts, feelings, or experiences with others. Although peer support can be advantageous for some, it can be embarrassing and hurtful to others. Moreover, at Domus, we respect your privacy, maintain your dignity, and protect your feelings.
Clare Waismann RAS/SUDCC, our founder, says:
“A treatment center that follows a one-size-fits-all protocol is simply not the right choice. Instead, people should look for a program that specializes in the issue they are seeking treatment for – facilities that are willing to modify the treatment plan based on the unique needs of the person seeking help.” C. Waismann