Multi-Phasal Transitional Recovery
Admission through approximately the first 90 days of a client stay. All clients have a 2-week blackout period where phone contact is limited only during face-to-face contact with the client’s primary therapist. After 2 weeks this blackout period is lifted if client is in compliance with treatment standards. Communication with all parties is monitored throughout treatment and is reviewed by the clinical team. Clients will receive a weekly allowance from their personal spending account. All shopping is staff supervised during Phase I.
- Admission process / patient orientation / blackout
- 1 hour of individual therapy, or more as needed, per week
- 25 hours of group therapy weekly
- An initial History and Physical from our medical director in the first 7 days, as well as wellness visits each month, or as needed, utilizing western and naturopathic medicine.
- UA test upon admission. 3 UA tests, randomly, per week for phase 1.
- At least one 12-step meeting per day.
- Weekly staff-supervised community events and projects
- Weekly staff supervised gym time.
- Initial family contact and weekly progress call to patient’s family.
- Staff supervision, on-site, 24-hours a day.
- Weekly shopping, meal planning, and cooking by clients, supervised by staff.
Phase II is available for up to approximately 6 months after phase I. Again, transition into this phase is based on many factors and is evaluated by the clinical team individually. Client privileges are increased, as phase two has less structure in an effort for clients to begin transitioning back into society.
- 4 hours of group therapy per week, minimum.
- Continued follow-ups with medical director as needed.
- 2 UA tests weekly for compliance purposes
- Individual sessions available to clients as needed.
- Continued daily 12-step meetings
- Clients are encouraged to seek employment and begin contributing to their own living expenses.
- Staff supervision at the residence.
- Transportation to and from the counseling center and 12-step meetings is still provided.