Admission to this program is available to male and female adults who are chemically dependent. Treatment is typically a 30 day program that is individualized based on client’s needs. Successful completion is based on discharge criteria established by the treatment team and attainment of treatment goals.
A multi-disciplinary team consisting of a medical director, nurses, and addiction counselors staff this unit.
Treatment includes group therapy, specialty groups including relapse prevention and anger management, and educational lectures five days per week. Individual counseling sessions are conducted a minimum of once a week. Clients participate in various recreational activities. Clients are either transported to community Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings or attend AA/NA meetings on campus every evening. All the components of the AA and NA programs are consistent with helping clients achieve treatment goals.
We recognize the need for family participation and support. A family program is held every Saturday from 12:45pm-4:45pm. Any immediate family member who attends the family program may be eligible for Sunday visitation as well. Sunday visitation is two hours from 2:00-4:00pm. No visitors will be permitted to attend Sunday visitation who have not been in attendance for Family Program.