Residential addiction treatment is a structured level of care where the patient participates in different treatment modalities. A team of certified addiction treatment counselors, chaplains, physicians, nurses and psychologists work together to meet the physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of the individual. Patients receive more than 40 hours per week of active treatment therapy including individual counseling and pastoral sessions, marital, couple, family and group therapy. Patients also attend addiction treatment education and 12 Step orientation lectures and are active in local 12 Step meetings. Room and board services are provided in our residential treatment centers. Our kitchen and dietary staff provides quality, home-style meals seven days per week.
Treatment begins with a thorough patient intake assessment. This includes a medical history/physical exam, nursing assessment, psycho-social history and psychological screening assessment. We use these tests to help formulate an individual addiction treatment plan. This plan is updated as the patient moves through the various levels of care. Staff at the residential level includes certified chemical dependency/addiction counselors and chaplains, as well as a 24 hour nursing staff and consulting physicians/psychologists. Each individual addiction treatment facility also has agreements with local hospitals for emergency care.