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Meditation Group

Our Programs

Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services

  • Group therapy with patients who share similar problems with substance use disorders

  • Individual counseling to provide personalized attention to your care plan

  • The family in the evaluation and treatment process from beginning to end

  • Working with your employer, EAP, or monitoring organization when requested

  • Treatment of Co-occurring disorders

  • Family Component

  • Medication-Assisted Recovery

  • Group Model of Treatment complemented by Individual Counseling

  • Aftercare includes Post-Residential (Post-Inpatient treatment)

  • DOT and FAA compliant treatment

  • Dual Diagnosis (substance use disorder with a co-occurring psychiatric condition)

  • FAA compliant evaluations and treatment for pilots and other safety-sensitive aviation personnel

  • DOT compliant evaluations and treatment for safety sensitive personnel regulated by the Department of Transportation, or monitored by SAP

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Medication Assisted Recovery

For patients requiring detoxification, our Medical Director is dually board certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, and provides expertise in outpatient detoxification when appropriate. There is a full range of outpatient treatment services available, including:


  • Benzodiazepines

  • Alcohol – detoxification and medication-assisted relapse prevention

  • ASAM Level 2 Treatment Services

  • Alcohol detox may require hospitalization, but if meeting criteria can be detoxed on an outpatient basis

  • Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, etc.)

  • Opioids, such as painkillers: Oxycontin, Percocet, Roxicodone, as well as Heroin may be detoxed on buprenorphine with naloxone or buprenorphine if pregnant.

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Residential, In-Patient and Out-Patient

Residential Care
A structured program providing an intensive, individualized plan of recovery for severely addicted individuals and high-risk offenders needing a more structured environment. 

Duration of stay is variable and designed to meet the needs individualized needs of the individual. 

Day/Outpatient Care
A structured program of day or evening sessions for the functioning individual who is able to maintain abstinence with professional support. Day treatment sessions are 6 hours daily. Intensive Outpatient sessions are 3-hour sessions at least three times weekly. Outpatient sessions are up to 8 hours weekly. A minimum of 12 weeks of continuing care is provided after completion of primary treatment. 

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