We work hard to make sure that you feel confident when you leave our treatment center.
We'll give Advise & Direction on how to encourage you or your loved one to commit to a "Long Term" program. We achieve the highest infallible success from opiate addiction with clients who complete our 6 month program. Please note: Once the client has successfully completed their primary treatment, they'll transition into continuing care. Our continuing care clients are still meeting regularly with their therapist & case manager, they're attending daily group therapy, but they also begin their Internship. Interns are placed on a schedule and given positions of limited responsibility to actually assist the staff and primary clients with the daily function of the treatment center. This helps the continuing care client to keep busy, and wow, does it hold value & help build self esteem.
Sober Living options for continuing care clients & alumni. Our programs have structured neighboring sober living properties. When you call please ask for more details.
What exciting avenue does the family & client want to venture on now that we're maintaining our recovery? Case Managers will explore & assist clients with future planning. This career planning will include an introduction to our Counseling Certification School. Our clients will sit in our counseling certification classes.
You are not alone. Intensive therapy comes second nature at our treatment programs. At CCHT our clinical staff is lead and directed by psychiatrists, who govern an mange their team of master level therapists, primarily LMHC's. For those with extreme issues such as PTSD and loss, our team psychologists will step in and assist the client with extra 1:1 therapy.
A seasoned team of addiction certified psychiatrists, medical doctors, and nurses will provide around the clock comfort & care. A plethora of medications are necessary to ensure comfort....
Learn about the use of "Opiate Blocker" medications in our programs to assist in relapse prevention. These medications will be thoroughly discussed with the program psychiatrist, therapist, families, and the client, and will be used when all parties deem it appropriate.
Intervention is a professionally directed, education process resulting in a face to face meeting of family members, friends and/or employer with the person in trouble with alcohol or drugs. People who struggle with addiction are often in denial about their situation and unwilling to seek treatment.
Allow our counselors to place you in a program to ensure it's your last program. When a person finds themselves in multiple treatment programs, there's a strong indication that something with that person has been overlooked. Lingering or unresolved issues could be getting in the way of your recovery and causing you to continue relapsing.