As an industry leader in evidence-based treatment, our goal is to meet patients wherever they are in the recovery process. Our community-based treatment centers offer everything from detox and medication-assisted treatment to alumni and peer support programs.
Medically Monitored Withdrawal Management/Detox
We evaluate every potential patient to determine if detox is a medically necessary first step on their recovery journey. If it is deemed necessary, we help patients handle the uncomfortable – and sometimes dangerous – process of detox with 24/7 supervision, medication as needed, and a full range of medical support.
Inpatient Residential Treatment Programs
If life has become unmanageable due to an alcohol or substance use disorder, 24/7 support may be what someone needs to get back on track. Patients commit to treatment all day every day – including full days of therapy, counseling, recovery activities and assignments, community support groups and more – and when they leave, they leave with practical sobriety skills and an aftercare plan that supports sustained recovery.
Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) with Sober Living
PHP programs allow our patients to live at home while receiving the same level of daily support as a residential treatment program. They receive treatment all day – and can sleep in their own bed at night. The Partial Hospitalization level of care is one step down from Residential- Inpatient Treatment. It’s designed for people who need the rigor and intensity of an inpatient program but, for various reasons, can’t live on-site. We also have Sober Living available for patients who would prefer housing within a safe, sober support network.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
In IOP, patients receive a half day of intensive treatment while working or going to school. IOP hours enable patients to commit to recovery while maintaining a full schedule. The Intensive Outpatient level of care is one step down from Partial Hospitalization. It’s designed for people who need intense, focused treatment but not quite the five hours a day required at the PHP level or meet the full-time requirements of a residential program.
General Outpatient Programs (GOP)
General Outpatient programs are the least structured type of treatment we offer. We work with our patients’ schedules to help them maintain long-term recovery, sobriety, and abstinence. GOP is unique in that it works for patients at both ends of the recovery journey. They may begin with a GOP and step up through our levels of care if our clinical team determines more intensive treatment is needed. Or, a GOP may be the last step down before the clinical phase of a patient’s recovery journey officially ends.
Office-Based Treatment (OBOT)
OBOT is a life-saving outpatient addiction treatment designed for people with Opioid Use Disorders. Physician-monitored Suboxone® programs include individual therapy, group counseling, addiction education, and community support. OBOT programs were created to allow patients to receive Medication-Assisted Treatment in treatment settings outside of federally regulated methadone clinics.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)/Opioid Treatment Program
MAT mitigates the cravings and physical symptoms of withdrawal – that’s the first step. True recovery from opioid addiction comes after detox, with a combination of medication and therapy. Our MAT program provides maintenance and medically supervised withdrawal that allows patients to begin their recovery journey. The long-term goal for treatment is abstinence from substance use, and that is accomplished through therapy and group support once our patients safely detox and level out. For patients who’ve previously attempted to stop using opioids but relapsed, medications such as Methadone, Suboxone® (Buprenorphine), and Vivitrol (Naltrexone) can make the difference. The course of treatment depends on one’s experience and current goals for treatment. We respect any choice our patients make. We’ll listen, learn, and collaborate with our patients to create the best possible treatment plan for them.
Our Case Managers have a very specific role in our patients’ treatment and recovery. They work to support our recovering patients in life domains critical to overall health and wellness, including but not limited to medical/behavioral health, social connection, educational opportunities, vocational opportunities, housing, financial responsibility, family stability and more.
Peer Support Specialists encourage personal development, help foster independence, and help patients develop the skills needed to promote and guide their own recovery. Peer Support Specialists also act as role models for recovery. Most, if not all, peer support specialists are in recovery themselves and therefore have lived experience and direct, experiential knowledge of the recovery process, including all its ups and downs. They can empathize with patients, share their experiences, advocate for them, and help them connect and communicate with family, peers, and their treatment team.
Through our Fellowship meetings, events, activities and Fellowship App, we foster bonds with our alumni that reinforce the tools of recovery they have learned while in treatment. We embrace all paths of recovery and encourage community within our Fellowship. We are recovery partners in our communities, sharing not only our resources but working with our alumni to help support the community as a whole. Through this partnership, we seek to offer the experience of gratitude that is often found by sharing the gifts of recovery with others.