We have developed a plan we believe will lead to long-term success.
Intervention – A trained interventionist will meet with the addict’s family to discuss their concerns. The interventionist then helps the addict get into treatment. Patients are not motivated without hitting ROCK BOTTOM and this is what the intervention process helps families accomplish.
Evaluation / Treatment Placement – The interventionist will work to find a treatment center that will meet all of the addict’s needs.
Detox – Detox is a place the addicts can rid their bodies of most of the chemicals and get rest. Treatment cannot begin until this step is completed.
Inpatient treatment – At this point, the addict may still not admit to having a problem. IP’s usually last 28 -30 because that’s all the insurance will cover. 90 days is the ideal, but rarely covered.
IOP –Intensive Outpatient is the next step after IP treatment. It’s often where patients will hit their 90 days, IF their insurance is good. It offers continued support and therapy.
Sober Living – Sober living provides the patient a safe and structured place to stay as they adjust to the world sober. We have found the longer people stay in sober living, the longer they are successful.
Recovery Advocate Program (R.A.P.) – A long term supportive program modeled after diversion and impaired professional programs.
Random Drug Testing– Random drug testing is essential to continued sobriety. All of the successful long-term programs utilize random drug testing to ensure abstinence.
12-step/ Peer Support – 12 Step group participation and peer support are critical to the development of new patters of behavior. Mandatory participation in 12 step is a hallmark of most diversion programs.