House of Recovery’s clinical team will aid you in deciding and developing the specific treatment plan and courses of therapy that are most appropriate for you or your loved one. This plan is based upon the addict’s needs and stage of addiction. Our intensive outpatient program encompasses intense counseling, psycho-education, and groups for several hours a week but offers residents the opportunity to work or attend classes as well.
Time spent in and outside of House of Recovery still maintains structure, with our staff supporting you through transitions into the community and sober living. It allows residents to experience life from a new perspective after spending time at House of Recovery, while still being very much involved in treatment and the healing process.
In contrast to the residental rehabilitation program, the intensive outpatient program allows residents to have continued care and support while taking the initial steps outside of House of Recovery in maintaining sober living. A large emphasis of this program is placed on group, individual, and family counseling. The involvement of family and loved ones is welcome and often recommended in the counseling process.
Our team will offer groups specifically geared towards loved ones that keep them up to date on our facility and offering education about addiction and the recovery process. Residents continue to have access and support to our clinical team and staff. Licensed therapists and psychologists offer groups that focus on coping skills, stress management, the 12-steps, and living a sober life. While individual counseling is still available, groups are often comprised of family members and other residents and allow for a sense of community and family within House of Recovery. It is a safe place where we can be accountable to each other, grow together, and share our victories.
At the House of Recovery, we believe in surrounding our residents in support. This support comes from our clinical team, family members, and fellow residents. Family and close friends can make a significant impact on an individual’s recovery. None of us is alone, and our quality of life is enhanced when we can share our failures and successes with others in a safe, caring environment.