Our goal is not to label or lecture, but to simply connect you with a licensed and caring clinical expert who can evaluate your individual situation and ensure that we can provide the appropriate level of care. The assessment determines your needs, looks into the strengths you possess to meet these challenges, establishes what will help you succeed in treatment, and detects any other challenges you may face, such as co-occurring mental health conditions.
Should a patient experience withdrawal symptoms that need management, a specialized unit provides optimal nursing support and medication-assisted treatment. Our staff ensures the withdrawal management process (commonly called “detox”) happens safely. In addition to offering buprenorphine (e.g. Suboxone™) and other medications as needed, we use evidence-based alternative therapies such as aromatherapy to assist in minimizing the need for certain medications during detox.
When patients stay in our facility, we ensure that they are in a healthy and empowering environment and have access to staff care and support 24/7. They will also receive the skills and resources they need to develop healthy lifestyles and be empowered to help maintain functional, productive relationships with their families and communities.
Our residential treatment programs are tailored to each person’s needs and strengths and incorporate our wellness approach in every area of the facility. A typical schedule for someone in residential treatment consists of educational and clinical groups, individual therapy, family sessions, physical activity, free time, and occasional opportunities to attend public events or activities.
Partial hospitalization (sometimes called day treatment) serves patients whose lives have been significantly impacted by alcohol or drug use, but have a stable, safe environment to return to each night. It’s available five hours a day, five days a week, during which patients typically participate in clinical and educational groups, individual sessions, and family sessions. Our outpatient facilities feature large group rooms, dedicated gathering spaces, specialized drug testing facilities, and meeting spaces for community support groups and family services.
Intensive outpatient treatment is designed for those who would benefit from attending intensive treatment part time while balancing work, school, or family responsibilities. Patients typically attend group therapy, individual sessions, and family sessions for nine or more hours a week while in this program.
Those who are struggling with substance use but are able to maintain and fulfill their daily responsibilities can attend outpatient treatment anywhere from one hour a month to several hours a week. Sessions will include individual and group therapy, as well as education about addiction. Our ultimate aim is to help people establish the foundation for a healthier lifestyle, free from the negative impacts of addiction.