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Giving Clients the Tools to Live a Sustainable Lifestyle
Our Transitional living program helps individuals battling Substance Use Disorder transition to self-sufficient living.
Housing is open to clients with Substance Use Disorders that are transitioning from being unhoused or involved in other programs who need a transitional place to stay while focusing on sobriety.
Group therapy sessions are offered to individuals in our Intensive Outpatient Program and our Partial Hospitalization Program. The meeting frequency differs based on the level of care.
Level 2.1 (IOP)
All-day Behavioral Healthcare that allows patients to return home in the evening.
Level 3.1 (IP)
Residential, Low intensity SUD Treatment in a Clinically Managed environment.
Level 3.3 (IP)
Residential, Clinically Monitored, Population-Specific, High Intensity SUD Treatment & Behavioral healthcare.
All of these programs last 30 days.
We assess each individual’s state in regards to the dimensions below to holistically determine which program we think will be most effective on their journey to recovery.
Continuum of Care Levels
Once an individual has been assessed, they will be referred to or enrolled in one of the following programs.
Individual is at risk for substance addiction and could use some coachin before experimentation becomes habit.
Individual has completed a treatment program previously but still needs some guidance.
Individual needs lots of help but would still like to participate in work and family obligations.
Individual needs to be away from their normal environment to be able to fully recover.
Individual needs to stay long-term in an environment where their medication is regularly monitored.
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