- Addiction Recovery Treatment
When an individual makes the decision to end alcohol and/or other drug use, a common concern is, “How will I handle the withdrawal symptoms?” Prolonged alcohol and other drug use frequently results in physical dependence on the substance used, and when a person ceases using the substance, the body experiences symptoms of withdrawal, or “detoxification.” Some people experience little discomfort during the detoxification process. For others, withdrawal requires supervision by a trained professional in a safe and supportive environment where they can be monitored and assisted when needed.
Home of New Vision’s Detoxification Program provides non-medical (sub-acute or social) detoxification in a safe, home-like environment for men and women ages 18 and over. The program offers a combination of supportive care, monitoring, assessment, and linkage to aftercare services. The Detoxification Program provides initial substance use assessment while monitoring the client for withdrawal symptoms and side effects. Clients generally remain in the program for three to five days, during which they are evaluated by a medical team, and may attend therapy groups and community support meetings. Individuals who complete the detoxification process may be transitioned to Home of New Vision’s Residential Treatment Program in order to continue their progress towards recovery.
In early recovery, individuals struggling with substance use disorders may require services beyond what can be provided in an outpatient setting. This program provides individuals with the opportunity to explore their alcohol and/or drug using history and to develop a plan for ongoing recovery while residing in a safe, clean, sober environment.
Residential Treatment is for men and women ages 18 and older who have been assessed as having a substance use disorder with or without a co-occurring mental health disorder, and who, based on recognized criteria, require this level of care and are ready to move into recovery. The program provides a supportive and welcoming environment that enables clients to gain a stable foundation for recovery, connect with the recovering community, and link with continuing aftercare services.
Clients enrolled in Residential Treatment engage in individual and group therapy, attend support meetings daily, and work with case managers and peer recovery supports to enhance their support network and obtain satisfaction of basic needs. Participants are educated regarding the nature of addiction, trigger identification and avoidance, symptoms of relapse, and relapse avoidance techniques. Individuals who complete the program will have developed an “aftercare” plan outlining services and supports that will be utilized to continue the recovery process after discharge from Residential Treatment.