Medical Detox: Medical Detox involves medical monitoring of the withdrawal process so the body can safely heal from chemical dependency. During detox, which typically lasts 5-7 days, medical doctors and nurses addresses any medical issues, administers appropriate medications, and provides 24/7 supervision.
Residential Treatment: Clients enter residential treatment once they are medically cleared and their withdrawal symptoms have stabilized. Residential clients reside at safe facility and are monitored 24/7. Clients are actively involved in their treatment program and attend regular group therapy and individual therapy sessions.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): PHP is a structured program providing care at least five days a week for no less than six hours per day. PHP clients attend daily programming, structured group therapy, and weekly individual therapy sessions. They have greater access to the community and outside support group meetings.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): IOP provides care for three days a week, three hours per day, at minimum. The focus of an IOP is to reintegrate individuals back into society while developing aftercare plans, exploring job opportunities, and preparing to make the transition to the next step in their recovery.
Outpatient (OP): OP meets once a week. It is an opportunity for clients to meet with their therapists; to discuss the accountability and the progression that they have been making.