- Drug & Alcohol Recovery
Comprehensive Addiction Programs Inc believes that the key to successful treatment is the accurate evaluation of their clients, which consists of assessing all aspects of the clients’ symptoms of addiction and their living situation. Clients are also given health questionnaires to identify any medical problems resulting from substance abuse and to properly manage any medical conditions that are concurrent with the drug or alcohol abuse. This is followed by thorough psychological and substance abuse evaluations to identify the problems that must be addressed in treatment. This information is used to formulate an individualized treatment plan.
The general environment at Comprehensive Addiction Programs, Inc. is based on learning to work together to solve problems as a dependency-free community. The size and design of the community provides a special opportunity to create a model of healthy peer confrontation. Under the guidance of counselors, denial is broken down, self-disclosure begins, and subsequently changes in behavior and thinking occur, instilling long term recovery skills.
The treatment week is carefully planned to provide the best use of each day, and to address the many topics and issues that are essential to recovery such as family of origin issues, neurochemistry of addiction, boundaries, spirituality, anger management, domestic violence, parenting, and relapse/triggers prevention.
The drug and alcohol detoxification and stabilization center is the only non-medical residential detoxification unit serving adult men in the Central Valley. This service offers a safe, supportive environment for individuals to withdraw from using drugs and alcohol.
CAP also offers a short-stay, 3-5 day detox, designed for individuals already in a program who relapse and for those who need to withdraw from alcohol and/or drugs as a requirement for entering a program. The cost may be covered either by the client or by the referring agency; county funding is not available for this level of care.
The individual seeking treatment must call and do the phone screening with staff; it cannot be done by a family member or friend. Each individuals needs are different, following a phone screening CAP can determine eligibility and what level of service would be appropriate.