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"to investigate, study, or analyze : look into"
As creatures of habit, routines are easy. Routines are safe, controllable, and produces little stress. Sometimes, hiding behind routines or behind our definition of 'normal' contributes to a life that is stagnate, draining, or alone. Together, we will explore thinking patterns that have contributed to destructive, self-sabotaging, and harmful behaviors and identify alternative ways to becoming the person you want to be.
"to reevaluate especially with a view to change"
The decision to redefine or reinvent yourself is a bold, daring, and purposeful choice. It requires recognizing and changing bad habits, thought patterns, and unhealthy relationships. It takes strength, courage, and fortitude to become the best version of yourself. We will provide you with a place to reflect, plan, and make the intentional choice to change your patterns to unlock new levels of growth.
‘a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength’
Recovery is a journey, not a destination. Moving forward, setting and following personal goals, and developing relationships that gives your life meaning all contribute to our overall wellbeing. We may never achieve full control of our
symptoms, and regardless of all out setbacks or limitations, full and satisfying life is achievable.
We offer an adult co-ed substance use disorder treatment program using evidence-based treatment modalities. Our program promotes recovery, self-sufficiency, development of support networks and other important life skills to enhance mental health and reduce the risk of relapse or continued use. Evidence-Based programs we use throughout treatment include: Hazelden New Direction; Prime Solutions; Seeking Safety; Moral Recognition Therapy (MRT).
A ten to twelve-week program designed to meet the needs of court ordered, probation ordered, and Department of Social Services requirements for mandated treatment. The program helps individuals achieve changes in alcohol and/or drug use and addictive behaviors by addressing major lifestyle, attitudinal, and behavioral issues that have the potential to undermine the goal of wellness and recovery.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
A six to eight-week program designed for individuals who have experienced either more severe or frequent negative consequences related to substance use and need additional support in identifying harmful thought patterns, belief systems and behaviors.
Designed to help individuals with an increased risk of substance use to recognize and avoid harmful or high‐risk substance use and/or addictive behaviors. The program explores and addresses problems and risk factors that appear to be related to substance use and addictive behaviors and help individuals recognize the harmful consequences of high risk substance use and/or addictive behaviors.