Admission begins with a phone call to one of our crisis counselors at our sister company, Recovery Options. Our counselors gather information about each client’s medical, psychological and substance abuse history. Counselors assist with insurance and payment arrangements.

Clients are assessed to determine whether medical detoxification is required. If medical detoxification is warranted, clients are transferred, or may be sent initially, to an affiliated medical facility where they will be treated by medical staff, using medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. Once medical detoxification is complete, our treatment team interviews each client to identify each client’s current stage of recovery, from which an individualized treatment plan is developed and primary treatment begins.

As the recovery process progresses, clients learn to recognize their denial and begin the recovery process. Our professional staff helps each client discover and effectively address issues that might interfere with his or her recovery. Anger, abuse, gender or relationship issues, among others are discussed in group and individual sessions. And, our professional staff helps each client discover and effectively address his or her own unique relapse warning signs.

Since our staff believes that a strong spiritual foundation is essential to an effective recovery program, clients are encouraged to establish or re-establish their relationship with God, as the individual may understand Him (as presented in Alcoholics Anonymous). Our Christian 12 Step program is, as the name would indicate, Christ-centered. Our Traditional 12 Step program tract permits clients more latitude in their search for a higher power, true to the original concept of the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.