Stabilization is essential for individuals who may need additional time to stabilize outside of the pace of our primary program and for others who, during the course of treatment, become aware of barriers to recovery that may not have been identified during the initial evaluation period. This nurturing environment with a 1 to 3 staff-to-patient ratio allows clients to be reassessed and re-stabilized, returning to treatment with a refreshed ability to engage in the primary program.
Throughout the program, each day of the week has a different emphasis, such as exploring recovery in relationships, addressing life skills and and personal needs, focusing on drug and alcohol education, and engaging in outdoor adventure activities.
We provide a safe and nurturing environment for this initial period of the recovery process. There is an abundance of available staff to support you through this early period of your recovery.
This is an orientation period that provides in-depth information on each aspect of the treatment process. There is an emphasis on identifying the individual’s treatment goals and forming a plan for successful achievement of those goals.
This is a period of in-depth healing and therapy, a heightened focus on recovery skill building, and a reconnection with the possibility of physical health. There are also intensive psycho-educational and experiential sessions to explore the underlying issues that may be contributing to addictive patterns.
This treatment level is focused on solidifying recovery skills and provides a variety of activities, including hiking adventures, rock climbing, equine therapy, therapeutic meditation walks and psychodrama, creating a well-rounded and integrative experience.