Day/Night offers individuals opportunities for comprehensive treatment experiences & allows an individual to receive intensive treatment and practice recovery skills while living in an encouraging environment. During the day, patients attend counseling and therapy activities at our Day/Night drug treatment facilities while receiving care from physicians and nurses. In the evening, we offer relationship-building community recovery groups and structured activities. Our goal is to bring patients independently back into society, enabling them to learn to live again addiction-free.
Our highly trained and skilled clinicians understand how to assist clients who suffer with addictions and mental health issues. Our clinicians are also experienced with co-occurring disorders, also known as “dual diagnosis.” This condition affects people who struggle with an addiction and at least one mental health disorder, such as depression, PTSD, or anxiety. Optimum results require treatment of both conditions simultaneously.
Our Day/Night program offers clients a safe place to heal, and our clinical team members provide unconditional, positive support. Our client/therapist ratio is distinctively low, allowing adequate time and attention for each client and their family. Through individual and group counseling, expressive therapy, 12-step recovery groups, psycho-educational groups, addictions education, family counseling, yoga, and spiritual healing, Day/Night offers a unique treatment experience, second to none, for enduring, long-lasting recovery from addiction.
Our program utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach to assess and treat each client’s individual needs. We believe in holistic treatment, encouraging healing of the mind, body, and spirit. Our clients learn how to live in freedom from the bondage of addiction and are equipped with the necessary tools to manage even the most difficult of circumstances.
Along with these therapies, our groups accommodate our clients’ individual schedules and unique needs. All groups are centered on addiction-related issues, and clients explore both new and traditional methods of addiction treatment. Clients are introduced to multiple groups.