Intensive Treatment

During this phase of treatment, individuals confront the complex and demanding issues that arise during the early stages of recovery.

  • An integrated series of lectures and workshops dealing with addiction issues such as anger, depression, denial, and grief. A 12-step philosophy offers participants guidance and assistance as they search for a new way of life.
  • Individual and group therapy allows participants to focus on problems that may have contributed to their present difficulties and undermined their past attempts at sobriety.
  • Program enrollees attend 12-step meetings, or other self-help groups, within the community.
  • Before patients move on to the next level of treatment they must meet several behavioral benchmarks and work with their primary therapist to formulate a plan for the transitional phase that follows.

To help program participants succeed family members play an integral role in the treatment program and are deeply involved in the recovery process. Spouses, significant others, and children are encouraged to attend lectures, participate in multi-family group therapy alone or with the patient, and join support groups to help them face past problems that have resulted from chemical dependency. The program also provides the opportunity to meet alone or as a family with a primary therapist. The goal is to help them prepare for the challenges they will encounter as their loved one navigates the road to recovery.

The Intensive Phase meets 4-5 times per week for 6-8 weeks.

Transitional Treatment

The transitional phase of treatment is designed to reinforce the recovery process at every turn.

  • Combines two individual counseling sessions, group therapy, lectures and family sessions to provide an intensive approach to relapse prevention and continued sobriety.
  • Participants attend 12-step meeetings or other self-help groups, within the community.

The Transitional Phase of the program is 3 times per week, for 6 weeks.

Continuing Care

Participants and their loved ones continue to receive ongoing support to keep them moving in the right direction as sobriety becomes a way of life.

  • Participants continue with weekly group therapy sessions and four individual counseling sessions.
  • Additional private therapy sessions may be requested by the participant, if the need arises.

Continuing care is once per week, for 24 weeks.

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