Day/Night level of care is provided so clients are engaged in therapy sessions on a daily basis and when available can reside at our community housing. The smaller therapy sessions provider a more in-depth setting and our medical staff provide clients with the medical services the need during their treatment.
Day / Night Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program
Coping/Grounding Skills Development Groups
These groups are intended to cultivate the skills that our clients will need to achieve and maintain abstinence. These skills may either be directly related to their substance use, i.e., ways to refuse offer of drugs, avoid triggers for use, or cope with the urges to use, or may apply to broader areas relevant to our client continued sobriety such as ways to manage anger, solve problems, or relax.
These groups will conceptualize dependency as a learned behavior that is subject to modification through various interventions including, identification of condition stimuli associated with specific addictive behaviors, avoidance of such stimuli, development of enhanced contingency management strategies, and response–desensitization. Clients will also learn to evaluate automatic reactions, and core beliefs that contribute to behaviors that can potentially contribute to relapse.
Neuroscience Psychodoeducational groups
These groups will further help our clients incorporate information, which will help them establish and maintain abstinence and guide them to more productive choices in their lives. Groups describe the scientific understanding of bio psychic problems associated with using alcohol and other mind altering drugs.
Stress Management Groups
These groups will help clients to identify stressors that impact or could potentially contribute to relapse. Clients will learn the physical and biological functions of stress, including the biological and hormonal shifts that occurred during periods of stress. This group will utilize solution focused techniques to organize adaptive and effective coping skills to mitigate biological stress and its physical impact on the body.