Residential Treatment Centers
ADDICTION INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK
The Addiction Institute of New York (formerly Smithers Alcoholism Treatment and Training Center) is the Division on Substance Abuse within the Department of Psychiatry at St. Luke's/ Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. It has provided substance abuse treatment services for over 30 years. The program begins with a comprehensive assessment by a team of physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers and substance abuse counselors. Detoxification/stabilization services are offered at both locations. The Addiction Institute In-patient Rehabilitation Unit offers a safe, supportive environment for discontinuing problematic alcohol and drug use through a variety of treatment options. These include motivational enhancement, intensive addiction counseling, medical & psychiatric services, cognitive/behavioral treatment, relapse prevention, exercise and nutritional guidance, self-help, and both vocational and family counseling services.
The treatment approach is based on an individualized clinical assessment, a collaborative working relationship with the client, and a cognitive-behavioral treatment model that addresses the whole person and a wide array of effective treatment strategies. Twelve step groups provide supplemental support to the formal clinical programs.
This 129-bed residential alcoholism and substance abuse treatment center offers comprehensive services by a multidisciplinary treatment team of physicians, psychiatrists, nurses, certified alcoholism and substance abuse counselors, social workers, family specialists and activities specialists.
The Arms Acres approach encompasses the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of recovery with an emphasis on the needs of each individual patient. The philosophy and approach of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are fully integrated into the program. They offer a 25-bed medical detoxification unit. At the conclusion of detoxification treatment, patients may be transferred to the Arms Acres Men or Women's Rehabilitative Programs or directly referred for outpatient follow-up.
Services include psychiatric evaluation, acupuncture, individual and group counseling, psychosocial evaluation, aftercare planning, family programming and support and 12 step meetings. Fitness and recreation programs, wheelchair access and treatment for adolescents, ages 12-18 are provided.
The Ashley program is based on a traditional approach to addiction treatment, addressing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient. Physical health is improved through fitness, diet and stress reduction. Spiritual and emotional health is supported through spiritual lectures, group and individual counseling, retreats and services as well as the use of the Twelve Step philosophy with nightly meetings and weekly step studies.
Services include primary, relapse and family treatment as well as continuing care. A gym is available but exercise is an optional, not formal part of their program. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OF THE PALM BEACHES
This residential treatment center provides a structured healing environment for recovery through an intensive combination of therapy, education and life skills training. A variety of programs are offered including those geared to young adults, impaired professionals. They also offer focus programs for
Each client is fully evaluated upon admission and an individualized treatment plan is developed by the clinical staff. A multi-disciplinary staff consists of board certified physicians and psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, mental health counselors, clinical social workers, certified addiction therapists, nutritionists and fitness trainers.
BETTER WAY OF MIAMI
Treatment programs are staffed using a multidisciplinary team approach. Treatment is designed to develop each client's personal strengths and the abilities necessary for responsible and successful recovery. Individual, family and group modalities are employed. A complete curriculum of substance abuse education covering the disease concept and all aspects of pertinent recovery skills is presented.
In residential treatment the client has a Primary Counselor/Case Manager who helps in identifying areas that need change and developing plans to address them. Full day programs are structured to educate and support clients as they begin the process of change. The 12 Step recovery program is used as the foundation for sober living.
Social and recreational activities teach clients to have fun without the use of chemicals. Vocational staff provide vocational assessments and assist clients to prepare for the world of work as well as to explore the need for training or education for improved employability skills. Each client develops a plan for continuing treatment and housing which must be approved by the treatment team.
BETTY FORD CENTER
The Center was founded in 1982 by former First Lady Betty Ford and Ambassador Leonard Firestone to provide residential treatment services for those recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. All programs begin with an individualized assessment and are based on the 12 Step programs. Up to 100 patients live at the Center between 25 and 32 days to begin the process of recovery.
A structured program includes daily lectures, group therapy, and counseling sessions. Physicians, nurses, psychologists, spiritual care counselors, activity therapists, registered dietitians, and other staff work together to create individualized treatment plans for each patient and to evaluate their progress. Specialized support groups are available on an individual basis. The facility has a gym, pool and weight training which are used daily as part of the program.
Following discharge, patients receive a continuing care plan and participate in the Focused Continuing Care program, staying in close contact with the staff for a full year after leaving the Center. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access.
CARON TREATMENT CENTERS
The Caron treatment program offers complete chemical dependency treatment services. This includes gender-specific programs for adolescents and adults, relapse treatment, aftercare, and educational programs for family members and others whose lives have been impacted by addiction.
The Foundation treats people with chemical addictions of every type including alcohol, drugs such as heroin, cocaine, marijuana and prescription medicines, and substances such as inhalants and tobacco. Caron also provides extended care services at Renaissance Institute of Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Florida.
The Caron treatment program varies in length of stay according to each individual's needs and is based on the 12-Step model, with individual and group therapy, therapeutic activities, daily lectures and continuing care planning for each resident during their stay. Appropriate referral to an individual's next level of care is made following residential treatment. Caron staff stay in touch with former patients to track their progress and provide workshops and seminars to help them throughout their recovery. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access and services for the blind and deaf.
Cri-Help's residential program is divided into clinical phases ranging from a period of restriction to a gradual reintegration into the community. The program provides multidisciplinary treatment that includes a structured residential environment, drug and alcohol education including daily attendance of Narcotics Anonymous and/or Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, daily study groups on the 12-step recovery principles, life enrichment and socialization programs, problem solving and coping skills training, ongoing individual and group counseling, recreation, family support groups, remedial education and vocational assistance, and nutritional counseling. Acupuncture and neurofeedback services (a form of biofeedback found to be effective in addiction treatment) are also offered at the facility.
A 14-bed medically managed detoxification program is available for private pay or medically-insured patients. Outpatient treatment following residential treatment is offered in order to provide a continuum of care.
A gym is available on the premises. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access and assistance for the blind.
Day Top has 13 residential centers offering treatment for adolescents and adults. Programs emphasize peer support and feedback in a highly structured family-like environment known as a Therapeutic Community.
Day Top offers a multidisciplinary holistic treatment program including individual and group counseling, family therapy, art feelings workshops, informational seminars, medical and mental health services, relapse prevention support, vocational or job training, and recreational activities.
Exercise is available but not mandatory, with the larger centers having gyms and exercise facilities and the smaller ones having exercise rooms.
FAIRVIEW RECOVERY SERVICES
Fairview's approach includes the treatment of chemical dependency as an illness; the use of a multidisciplinary staff to create individualized treatment programs; the use of group therapy and the 12-step programs as primary treatment methods; and the inclusion of the family or support network in education and therapy programs. The program is geared towards healing the whole person and helps clients to develop new patterns of living and thinking that support sobriety.
The length of treatment varies with each client. All will undergo an initial assessment and evaluation procedure. Following the intake process, the client is assigned to a treatment group and receives an individualized treatment plan including group therapy, individual counseling, family program, spiritual care, cultural services and education through lectures and selected readings.
Inpatient services is a five-day program focused on medically supervised detoxification and inpatient and outpatient evaluation and referral. The Lodging Plus residential program focuses on group and individual therapy and family therapy. There are no gym or exercise facilities on the premises.
Hazelden provides both residential and outpatient treatment for adults and young people with substance abuse problems as well as programs for families affected by chemical dependency. They use the Minnesota Model treatment approach based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, and emphasize an individualized and holistic approach.
Services include assessment and rehabilitation for adolescents and adults, aftercare and family services, renewal services such as recovery retreats and relapse prevention programs, residential extended care services that offer additional time for recovery after a primary treatment program is completed, and continuing care.
Physical fitness is emphasized but not mandatory, with both facilities having a gym and the Minnesota location having a pool. Their web site includes bulletin boards and a chat room, a large selection of books, and videotapes on addiction, an online newsletter, daily meditations, twelve-step recovery information, and articles on drug and alcohol addiction.
Founded in 1915, the Geisinger Health System is a physician-led health care system that consists of a variety of services, including the Marworth Alcohol & Chemical Dependency Center. Marworth offers a variety of specialized inpatient and outpatient treatment programs. Individual treatment plans are designed for each patient within the framework of the 12-step program. Special emphasis is placed on including the patients family in the recovery program. Recreation therapy is part of the daily program, but there is no physical work out equipment. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access. In addition they have specialized programs for Healthcare Professionals and Law Enforcement.
MOUNTAINSIDE TREATMENT CENTER
Mountainside offers a wide variety of treatment approaches designed to help people discover their ability to heal themselves in mind, body and spirit and to continue self-healing as a lifelong process.
The program is tailored to each individual's needs and includes individual counseling as well as structured counselor-led group meetings, motivational counseling, therapeutic task-focused assignments, adventure-based initiatives, daily spiritual practice groups, yoga, 12-step education and meetings, meditation, drama, music and art therapy, writing workshops, weekly gender-specific group meetings, and family counseling.
Mountainside's innovative program has been recognized by the addiction community and the government for its contribution to the field of addiction recovery and prevention.
Odyssey House is a drug-free, residential therapeutic community. Services consist of group, individual and family therapy, medical services, recreation, social skills training, vocational training and educational services as well as treatment for specialized needs and aftercare and transitional living programs. Treatment programs are available for adults and adolescents.
The program in Utah has a work out facility but participation is strictly voluntary. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access and services for the blind and deaf.
Phoenix House includes both adolescent and adult treatment programs that are based on the traditional Therapeutic Community method of treatment. This emphasizes mutual peer self-help to support recovery in a structured environment.
There are three phases of residential treatment. Phase 1 is a 30-day orientation period and includes a full assessment. Phase 2 is the primary treatment period, usually between 9-12 months, consisting of intensive treatment including therapy groups and individual counseling and weekly seminars on various topics such as stress management, healthy relationships, family issues, life skills, and relapse triggers. In Phase 3 residents prepare to "reenter" society.
Phoenix House has a small exercise facility that is available on a voluntary basis. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access and services for the blind and deaf if they are self-sufficient.
Founded in 1986, Pride Institute specializes in addiction and mental health treatment for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans gender communities. Treatment centers offers in-patient, intensive out-patient, and partial hospitalization programs. In-patient services include detoxification, daily group therapy, and educational groups. Based on the 12-step philosophy, they integrate a variety of treatment approaches such as cognitive-behavioral, motivational enhancement and dialectical behavioral therapy. Treatment is by a multidisciplinary team of nurses, psychiatric and medical physicians, and case managers.
Facility has exercise classes and recreational outings.
Samaritan Village residential treatment services provide intensive, highly structured treatment environments using the therapeutic community model (the principle of one recovering person helping another) as their foundation. Samaritan offers a wide array of treatment services, including group and individual addiction-focused counseling, mental health services, employment skills training and basic education.
Treatment is usually between 12-18 months but is ultimately individually-based. In addition, short-term residential treatment ranging from 30 days to 6 months is also available for adults requiring structured support for recovery but who basically have stable home environments and employment or vocational skills.
Residential centers have small exercise facilities and when necessary rent space in local gyms for voluntary exercise programs. The program has no special services for the disabled.
Sierra Tucson is an accredited special psychiatric hospital and behavioral health center. The basis for treatment of alcohol and other chemical dependencies stems from the Sierra Model® that integrates philosophies and practices from the medical, psychological, and self-help communities. The 12-Step philosophy is a foundation of the program. The Sierra Model® addresses the mind, body, spirit and emotions and uses a combination of both traditional and innovative therapies.
Patients undergo an individualized treatment program which may include disease and recovery education, relapse prevention, 12-Step meetings, adventure and equine-assisted therapies, and grief and spirituality sessions. The hospital has a gym available for use. Facilities for the disabled include wheel chair access.
Silver Hill is a psychiatric hospital that offers a full range of diagnostic and treatment services for psychiatric and addictive disorders (alcoholism & substance abuse). It is a fully accredited, not-for-profit hospital with 68 acute-care inpatient beds and 45 transitional living beds. The transitional living programs provide a bridge between acute inpatient care and outpatient treatment.
The integrated chemical dependency treatment program consists of inpatient detoxification and a rehabilitation program based on a 12-step model, including multidisciplinary assessment, crisis intervention, individual, group and family therapy, skills training, and a strong emphasis on education, family involvement and relapse prevention.
Silver Hill has an indoor gym with Nautilus equipment and an indoor pool. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access and services for the blind and deaf.
Spencer Centers offer a variety of treatment programs. The inpatient program consists of the three phases of medical detoxification, primary rehabilitation, and family days. Two types of detoxification programs are available: standard medical detox and rapid detox. Length of stay for this program varies based upon individual need.
Primary care is a 30-day inpatient program that encourages patients to recover physically, emotionally, and spiritually. In addition to individual, group, and family therapy, their approach includes exercise, meditation, and nutrition.
The Centers offer a gym, personal trainer and yoga classes. Extended care that can last for up to another 60 days and long-term sober living facilities are also available to support patients who have completed primary care programs. Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access.
SUPPORT SYSTEMS HOMES
The Support System treatment philosophy is based on the belief that treatment of the whole being - mind, body, and spirit - is necessary for the lifelong process of addiction recovery. The program combines one-on-one and group counseling, medical treatment, a strong support network, 12-step work, recreational therapy, active involvement in the recovery community, alcohol and drug education and skills development in this process. Staff and program participants work together as a team to develop individualized treatment plans.
In addition Support Systems has 18 Sober Living/Transitional Housing Units that provide clean, safe, drug-free living environments. This extensive network is available to assist clients transitioning from residential treatment and other individuals seeking a supportive, drug-free sober living environment.
Customized programs and payment plans are offered in order to make the recovery program available to the largest number of clients. Most credit cards as well as most HMO's, Employee Assistance Plans and insurance plans are accepted.
Turning Point of Tampa's inpatient program consists of three separate levels of residential treatment with special emphasis on a 12-Step approach to addiction as well as life skill education for successful recovery. Treatment is based on a holistic approach emphasizing the physical, emotional, medical, and spiritual needs of the whole person. Clients follow a treatment plan that is tailored to fit their own special needs and includes group and individual counseling.
While exercise facilities are not available on the premises, patients can use outside gyms after the detoxification period. The level of care and length of stay are decided on an individual basis. In addition, chronic relapse prevention techniques are an essential part of the clients' treatment recovery program. The program has no special services for the disabled and limited wheel chair access.
Eight treatment centers are freestanding residential facilities; the Halstead facility is a freestanding chemical dependency rehabilitation unit at Halstead Hospital with programs for alcohol, cocaine and heroin addiction. Residential services include subacute detoxification, residential inpatient care, and continuing care treatment services.
A medical, psychological and social assessment is completed at admission. A multidisciplinary team of certified addiction counselors, chaplains, physicians, nurses and psychologists work together to develop an individualized treatment program. This includes individual, family, couples, and pastoral counseling as well as group therapy settings totally approximately 47 hours per week of active treatment therapy. Participants attend educational and 12-step orientation lectures and local 12-step meetings.
Some of the centers have exercise facilities available. Facilities for the disabled include