If you’re ready to put an end to substance use or addictive behaviors for good, residential treatment is the best way to achieve lifelong recovery.
Our residential treatment (also known as inpatient treatment) offers a comfortable, home-like atmosphere that serves as a safe haven from the addiction triggers you encounter in daily life. During your residential stay, our goal is to identify and treat the underlying causes of your addiction, so you’ll be able to leave treatment with the tools you need to stay sober for the long term. With a combination of personalized, evidence-based clinical treatment and holistic care, our peaceful environment will allow you to focus on healing the mind, body, and spirit supported by round-the-clock clinical care.
Our Approach to Treatment
Our residential treatment is highly personalized to each patient’s level of substance use, health history, lifestyle and medical needs. To ensure your treatment will work best for you, our intake process begins with a comprehensive clinical assessment to determine your specific needs in treatment. Then, our team of Board Certified clinicians will make an individualized treatment plan that caters specifically to your situation.
Your plan will include a full continuum of care with treatment methods that are medically proven in guiding patients to heal and recover. These treatment options may include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT)
- Individual and Group Therapies
In addition to these clinical treatment methods, we also incorporate holistic care and recreational activities to promote whole-patient wellness. These therapies and activities may include:
- Adventure-Based Therapy
- Equine Therapy
- Art or Music Therapy
Your residential stay will include a structured schedule with a combination of these therapies to help you stay on track and focused on recovery. Clinical check-ins will also continue throughout treatment to make sure your personalized treatment plan is working effectively.