Detoxification: Withdrawal Mangement
When you stop using alcohol, heroin or other opiates, methamphetamines or other drugs, your body undergoes a painful transition. In the case of severe withdrawal, it can result in death. Our detox services keeps you as comfortable as possible, and more importantly, it keeps you safe.
Most people who complete detox relapse. That is, they return to use of their drug of choice. Detox does not lead to abstinence. It is an important first step on the journey of recovery.
Do you feel emotionally vulnerable?
Do you have trouble thinking about anything except your drug of choice?
Do you go back and forth about your need for recovery?
Has your use made home life difficult?
Residential treatment may be for you. We give you a safe place to work it out with caring counselors who will help you through your denial. They will feed your motivation and help you stay on track with your recovery goals.
Counselor: Joevone Elster
Intensive Outpatient Program
You are making progress in your recovery, but you may still be at risk for relapse. You are working a recovery plan and you have the real support from a recovering community.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment is designed to support you through the early stages of healing after you have formed a solid foundation of recovery. We help you with your treatment plan. We help you maintain a meaningful relapse prevention plan. We help you to address challenges in your life that put your recovery at risk.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Medicated-Assisted Treatment uses FDA-approved medications to support the recovery goals of clients who have been unsuccessful in achieving sobriety through counseling and community support alone. While MAT may be used as an aid to recovery, it is not a substitute for the work of recovery. Learning new ways of thinking and new ways of being in relationship with oneself and with others is the only way to achieve lasting health and joy. Our clinical team can help you determine if our MAT program is right for you.
Medical Director: Dr. Christina Kinnevey
Our Sober Living Homes provide a safe, supportive environment for people in recovery who need a home that supports their recovery goals. Our residents are actively working on their recovery. Most also participate in our Intensive Outpatient Program.
They participate in 12-Step meetings. They meet regularly with a recovery sponsor. They are motivated to support others in their recovery as much as they appreciate the support of others.