Level 1 is a reflection stage where patients can focus on what they would like to accomplish while in treatment to orient themselves to the treatment program, schedule and staff. This is a time for them to clear their minds and recognize that they are away from the normal stressors of life and outside influences. They can begin to think about their goals in life and what they would like to achieve in recovery.
During Level 2, the preparation level, patients are ready to collect the tools they will need to reach their goals. Working closely with therapists, patients can explore the barriers they may have encountered in achieving their life goals. This is a time when patients can make a plan for change that is right for them.
Patients generally reach Level 3 after they have moved over to the Men’s Center or Women’s Center. Level 3 is the action stage, where patients can start working on their plan with their therapist. They can try new behaviors and skills and find out what works best for them personally. With the help of staff, peers and family, patients can start moving toward their goals.

The Schedule During Stabilization

During patients’ time at the Stabilization Center, their schedule may include some of the following activities:
  • Meditation walk (Level 1 and above)
  • Process group (Level 1 and above)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Creative arts, music mindfulness, yoga and meditation techniques
  • Educational groups
  • 12-Step study
  • “Film in Recovery” sessions
  • Our Sleep program (for developing healthy sleep habits in recovery)
  • Reflection time and journaling
  • Guest speaker sessions
  • Orientation sessions
Patients in the detox phase have a more limited schedule while they are physically stabilizing. Patients in Level 1 will have pool access, meditation walks, optional off-site church visits with staff, and scheduled phone access determined by the facility. Patients in Level 2 and above are permitted daily use of an off-site gym and off-site 12-Step meetings with staff members. Here are some of the treatment goals that accompany the Stabilization phase:
  • Completing intake history and physical with medical staff
  • Initial assessment and evaluation with psychiatrists
  • Completing all essential admission paperwork
  • Complete mental health assessment
  • Attending treatment activities as appropriate and approved by doctor
  • Reviewing the Foundations Recovery Network Treatment Workbook

Psychosocial Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders

Using group as well as individual therapy, we work with patients to identify and focus on specific co-occurring disorders and treat them with appropriate, evidence-based treatments. This therapy incorporates cognitive, behavioral and dynamic elements to provide patients with new information and perspectives on addiction, new coping strategies for dealing with external and internal triggers, and practice applying those tools. Group psychotherapy has been consistently shown to foster an inner experience of competency, connection and the growth of effective interpersonal skills.

Staff Highlights

Our staff is specially trained in the Foundations Recovery Network treatment model to address the complex needs of individuals with co-occurring disorders and to treat the whole person in a comprehensive way.

Meet the Entire Team