What to Expect from Residential Treatment
The Residential Treatment program is designed to be 35 days in length, but each individual patient’s participation in the program may be longer or shorter depending on medical necessity and each patient’s unique conditions. The program consists of Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, fitness activities, enrichment activities, lectures, and other activities designed to restore the patient’s ability to function in his or her home environment. Each patient shall receive at least two hours of individual and 21 hours of group therapy per week.
Find out more about what to expect when you check into rehab for an addiction.
Because no addiction is the same, we offer a broad approach to recovery that leaves room to custom tailor a recovery plan for every individual patient. During a patient’s stay, they can expect exposure to the following methods of treatment.
- 12 STEP (AA & NA)
- Art Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Fitness and Recreation
- Guided Meditation
- SMART Recovery
- Medication Assisted Treatment
While some of the most intensive work in recovery will be accomplished while in treatment, individuals who have enrolled with us should begin thinking about their long term goals. A large part of recovery is creating a structured plan and deciding if you are looking for total sobriety or want to regain control over the substances you use. In order to achieve those goals you need to learn about the disease of addiction, and develop a realistic expectation of what recovery really is, along with a positive attitude about yourself.