We operate as a long-term care facility, which means we go beyond 42 days via lower levels of care to encourage long-term sustained sobriety. We recommend that clients begin with residential treatment, which is the most intense program we offer, with around-the-clock medical care.
Once they have graduated from that program, we recommend that they step down to intensive outpatient, which is in between the intensity of partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment. Clients in the intensive outpatient program attend between 9 and 21 hours of treatment a week based on the client’s personal needs and the treatment track they are assigned. Intensive outpatient continues the client with clinical therapy including group and individual therapy sessions with a primary therapist as well as offering life skills, employment assistance and resume building programs to prepare them for a sober life in the real world.
Outpatient is the final phase of treatment, which offers 1-3 hours of clinical treatment a week. This follow-up care is a maintenance program and ensures that our clients are transitioning well back into the community and following up with all aftercare recommendations. Clients still see a therapist for individual sessions and maintain accountability to the treatment program. During this stage our clients are encouraged to become active members in our alumni program, ensuring long term sobriety.