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When you’re ready to face the challenge of addiction recovery, we’re here for you. It won’t be easy, but it is possible with your unwavering commitment and our compassionate experienced guidance.

Assessing Your Recovery Needs

Determining the best course of action

We always work from the perspective of what is best for you. Here, our clients discover how to internalize recovery concepts and tools, and implement newly acquired skills. We foster “personal empowerment” and encourage the client’s family to be engaged in the treatment process from beginning to end.

  • If admitted, assessment is then completed by the assigned counselor or therapist.
  • Every effort is made to respond to an individual’s needs, taking into account relevant financial, medical and/or legal factors.
  • Our clients and staff collaborate to develop an individualized treatment plan designed to reduce or eliminate emotional, behavioral, and situational obstacles to recovery.
  • Our clients are assisted through an integrated approach utilizing recognized counseling methods in combination with the 12-Step model and other addiction treatment modalities, including individual and group counseling, education, intra– and inter-personal skill development, and relapse prevention training.
  • Ongoing assessments with appropriate modifications to the treatment are carried out throughout the treatment process.

Partial Care

Our most intensive path to recovery

Some situations call for the most intense response. Partial Care, PC, is a highly-structured addiction treatment program in which we stand by you and guide you through the serious work necessary to make real progress and achieve a lasting recovery.

  • PC provides care five to seven days a week for no less than twenty hours per week.
  • Our clients are reviewed daily and weekly by our multi-disciplinary treatment team.
  • Our clients are expected to participate in completing a personal history of their chemical use.
  • Our clients identify relapse triggers as well as interventions to combat such triggers, including an appropriate continuing care plan.

Intensive Outpatient

An addiction recovery program that offers flexibility

For many, our Intensive Outpatient Program, IOP, offers a steady path to recovery. A minimum of nine clinical hours per week are required at this level of care and our client’s schedules may be modified to allow for outside responsibilities.

 

  • Our clients must attend all individual, group and educational lectures and complete all assignments.
  • Our clients are expected to participate in completing a personal history of their chemical use.
  • Our clients identify relapse triggers as well as interventions to combat such triggers, including an appropriate continuing care plan.
  • Treatment, discharge and aftercare planning are conducted in a collaborative fashion between the client and the multi-disciplinary addiction treatment team.

Outpatient

A balanced, effective addiction treatment approach

The least intense of our programs, our Outpatient Program, OP, provides an avenue to success while allowing you to maintain important aspects of your day-to-day life. Our staff works closely with you to keep you on track.

  • OP is a short-term approach conducted three times weekly, less than 9 hours per week.
  • Our clients are expected to participate in completing a personal history of their chemical use.
  • Our clients identify relapse triggers as well as interventions to combat such triggers, including an appropriate continuing care plan.
  • Our clients are encouraged to attend school or gain employment.

Dual Diagnosis

Addressing multiple issues simultaneously

For those suffering from a mental illness and a comorbid substance abuse problem, we are able to help them face their issues and put them on a road to sobriety and peace of mind. We understand the particular challenges of this situation, knowing that drug abuse itself often induces psychiatric symptoms, thus making it necessary to differentiate between substance induced and pre-existing mental illness. Our Dual Diagnosis meets the needs of our clients who require such services.

  • A primary counselor will conduct an evaluation of incoming dually diagnosed clients and provide our clients with a referral to a psychiatrist.
  • We will provide transportation to the appointment as needed if the appointment is made during regular business hours and our client is at the facility. 
  • Our client’s Primary Counselor will assess them for co-occurring diagnoses.
  • In some instances. the Primary Counselor will refer our client to a clinical psychologist for a full battery of psychological testing. 
  • Dual Diagnosis group therapy sessions are conducted weekly and exclusively for this population.

Dual Diagnosis

Addressing multiple issues simultaneously

For those suffering from a mental illness and a comorbid substance abuse problem, we are able to help them face their issues and put them on a road to sobriety and peace of mind. We understand the particular challenges of this situation, knowing that drug abuse itself often induces psychiatric symptoms, thus making it necessary to differentiate between substance induced and pre-existing mental illness. Our Dual Diagnosis meets the needs of our clients who require such services.

  • A primary counselor will conduct an evaluation of incoming dually diagnosed clients and provide our client with a referral to a psychiatrist.
  • We will provide transportation to the appointment as needed if the appointment is made during regular business hours and our client is at the facility. 
  • Our client’s Primary Counselor will assess them for co-occurring diagnoses.
  • In some instances the Primary Counselor will refer our client to a clinical psychologist for a full battery of psychological testing. 
  • Dual Diagnosis group therapy sessions are conducted weekly and exclusively for this population.

Addiction Treatment

A multi-faceted approach

We recognize and celebrate the individuality of our clients, understanding that each person has their own personality and motivators in life. This acknowledgement has led to our development of an approach through which we use varied “tools” to help you achieve a sustained recovery.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical Behavior Therapy, DBT, is designed to help people suffering from mood disorders, as well as those who need to change patterns of behavior that are not helpful, such as self-harm, suicidal ideation, and substance abuse. This approach works towards helping people increase their emotional and cognitive regulation by learning about the triggers that lead to reactive states and helping to assess which coping skills to apply in the sequence of events, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to help avoid undesired reactions. DBT assumes that people are doing their best but lack the skills needed to succeed, or are influenced by positive or negative reinforcement that interferes with their ability to function appropriately.

Positive Psychology

Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths and virtues that enable individuals and communities to thrive. The field is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves and to enhance their experiences of love, work, and play. We utilize specific techniques and activities based on this belief.

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing is based on the theory that people suffering from substance use disorders are at varying levels of readiness to change. Through motivational interviewing, we are able to meet the person where he or she is at in their willingness and readiness to change their lives. In a certain respect, this is a “reality check” that helps us understand where our clients are coming from and develop the appropriate means to motivate them to change.

12-Step Integration

The 12-Step philosophy and fellowship, with its proven success in contributing to long-standing recovery from addiction, is a cornerstone of our program as it provides recovery principles and tools as well as a support network for our client both during and following treatment. Our clients learn that while they may not be responsible for the disease of addiction, or their mental disorders, they are responsible for their recovery.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavior Therapy is the most common of therapies used in treatment. The theory rests on the notion that if we change our thinking we will change our behavior.

Holistic Approach

Part of our multi-faceted is to consider the fact each individual is himself or herself multi-faceted. Our Holistic Approach treats our clients’ bodies, minds and spirit.

Medical Attention

Taking control of your physical health puts you in a better position to take control of your mental health.

Genetic Testing

Those early in recovery experience benefits from mood stabilizing medications. That is often because everyone’s body is different and how your body responds to a given medication is influenced by your genetic makeup or your individual DNA.  Genetic testing shortens the time it takes to find a medication that will work for you.

Meditation/Mindfulness

There are many different types of meditation, all of work to quiet the mind and promote relaxation and mental clarity. In particular, studies have shown meditation to be effective in reducing the rate of relapse. In addition to reducing tension and anxiety, meditation may also enhance a sense of control in anxiety-provoking situations that strengthens the long-term resistance to stress.

Nutrition

How we eat can have a powerful effect on how we feel and how well our bodies function. Diet and nutritional supplementation can strengthen our immune systems, improve mood, enhance the natural process of detoxification, and restore the body to a healthy, balanced functioning level.

Yoga

The techniques of yoga, which include stretching, diaphragmatic breathing, guided relaxation and meditation, can induce the relaxation response and have other profound restorative effects. Regular practice of yoga can increase flexibility, calm the mind, improve concentration and promote patience. It can also contribute to a greater sense of control in more acute states when experiencing cravings, insomnia and agitation.

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