Our Services

Engaging and clinical, we strive to create a difference.

SERVICES

Group and Individual Therapy

Not everyone who walks in the first day is ready to start a new life in recovery. Part of creating fundamental change is breaking down barriers in order to discover and treat underlying symptoms and triggers.

We believe breaking through these barriers is difficult without an engaging environment. However, there has to be a balance with core clinical intervention and individualized treatment focused groups.

Our Treatment Difference:

SERVICES

A Life in Recovery

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,
a Life in Recovery consists of four components:

HEALTH

Physical and mental health concerns that cause discomfort, distress or both should be eliminated or managed.

HOME

The person should have access to a safe and comfortable place to live.

PURPOSE

Meaningful activities, such as work, volunteerism, or creative endeavors, should be part of daily life.

COMMUNITY

Social networks that foster feelings of friendship and love should surround the person.

OUR SERVICES

Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Programs

PROGRAM PHASES

PHASE 1: STABILIZATION

PHP

  • 5 days a week (6 programming hours a day)
  • 15-30 days of PHP (depending on previous treatment episode) SUD (30-60 MH)
  • Weekly individual
  • Weekly family session (phone or on site)
  • 4.5 hours of group per day (unless alternative individual or ancillary session)
  • Weekly psych session
  • Weekly nursing session
  • Intermittent case management

IOP

  • 5 days a week (3-4 hours a day)
  • 15-18 days of IOP SUD (30 days MH)
  • Weekly individual
  • Weekly family session
  • 3 hours of group per day (unless alternative individual or ancillary session)
  • Weekly psych session
  • Weekly nursing session
  • Intermittent case management

PHASE 2: RECOVERY SKILL BUILDING

IOP

  • 3 days a week (3 hours a day)

  • 15-18 days of IOP SUD (30 days MH)
  • Weekly individual
  • Weekly family session
  • 3 hours of group per day (unless alternative individual or ancillary session)
  • Weekly psych session
  • Weekly nursing session
  • Intermittent case management

OP

  • 2-3 days per week (1-2 hours a day)

  • 90-120 days of OP SUD/MH
  • Weekly individual sessions
  • 2-3 groups a week
  • Didactic programming (mild SUD i.e. DUI, Opiate education)
  • Intermittent case management
  • Individualized psych and nursing interventions

Program Hours

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Morning IOP Program

12:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Afternoon IOP Program

Decisions about morning versus afternoon programming hours is determined based on which track is most medically appropriate. Our core programming for PHP and IOP levels of care occur between 9am and 4:30pm.

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Evening IOP and After-Care Program

As patients progress through treatment or if currently employed, we provide resources for those individuals to continue an evening treatment program that is flexible with their work schedule. We have also created and hold alumni groups for those who have completed our program for continuing education and assistance.

PHASE 3: MAINTENANCE

OP – MAINTENANCE

  • 1 day per week (1-2 hours a day)

  • 120-150 days of OP SUD/MH
  • Bi-weekly individual sessions
  • 2 groups a week
  • Intermittent case management
  • Individualized psych and nursing interventions

OP – RECOVERY

  • 5 days a week (3-4 hours a day)
  • 15-18 days of IOP SUD (30 days MH)
  • Weekly individual
  • Weekly family session
  • 3 hours of group per day (unless alternative individual or ancillary session)
  • Weekly psych session
  • Weekly nursing session
  • Intermittent case management
Our treatment program extends beyond 90 days, unlike other 30 or 90-day treatment programs. While shorter programs may seem easier and faster, studies have shown that longer treatment can reduce relapse rates. Research published in the Archives of General Psychiatry in 1999 analyzed relapse rates a year after treatment. Results showed that 35 percent of individuals treated for 90 days or less relapsed versus only 17 percent of those treated for longer than 90 days.

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