- Addiction Recovery Treatment
Intensive residential treatment is provided for clients who are at risk of medical complications during the detoxification process. Length of stay is determined by client need. Clients in Medical or Social Detox are encouraged to enter the Residential Rehab program, or they are referred to an appropriate treatment setting.
This program offers intensive residential treatment for 28 days, with group and individual therapy, for clients who are in need of this intervention and have completed the detoxification process. After completing Residential Rehab, clients are encouraged to participate in the Intensive Outpatient Program.
Group therapy sessions, with individual therapy and limited family therapy, comprise this component of the adult continuum of care. This program meets from 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m., four days a week, thus allowing clients to receive the benefits of participating in treatment while being able to work and care for their families. Services are typically provided for up to eight weeks, depending upon the client’s needs. Following completion, clients are encouraged to remain in treatment by attending the weekly Outpatient program.
Outpatient groups meet once per week to address the needs of clients who are employed, those who have minimal substance abuse issues, and those who have completed a more intensive level of treatment and choose to continue attending groups. Services typically are provided for up to eight weeks, depending upon the client’s needs.