Our Addiction Treatment Programs
This highly effective extended care treatment model is broken into 2 phases, and consistently monitored by clinical staff. Phase one lasts ninety days and phase two up to six months depending on your needs and goals. Our objective is for each individual to transform their lives and having long lasting success with recovery.
Our clinicians make ongoing medical assessments for every client and craft treatment plans to address their individual needs and the needs of their families. These personalized recovery plans establish measurable and attainable goals to promote healthy progress.
An essential part of recovery is treating not only those with drug and alcohol dependence: we also provide education, counseling, and support for loved ones. Our mission is to prepare families for the common obstacles and natural struggles that occur in sobriety in a compassionate, healthy, and sustainable way.
Remaining engaged in support throughout the first year of recovery greatly improves the chances of long-term success. As an individual progresses through the phases of treatment, we provide an extensive aftercare program to continue to reinforce the principles and behaviors that have been learned in the recovery process.
A supportive program tailored to individuals who have have ceased consistent and persistent drug and alcohol abuse, but still require the development of tools to respond to relapse triggers, cravings, and other hurdles of early recovery.
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