We use comprehensive assessments for multiple reasons. The main reason is it gives us a snapshot of your family history, your past history, and your drug and alcohol use. We then use it, along with your goals, to design your personal treatment plan.
You can spend one hour increments with one of our Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselors. In that space we explore Hurts, deep rooted pains, drug and alcohol use and reasons to why you where using, Family structure and trauma, And so much more. We also will use the tools we have to fill that time with positive ways to build self esteem, relationships, and grow your sober network..
Outpatient group therapy is designed to help you deal with everything happening in the real world as a sober individual. When you have a negative experience that causes you to want to use a chemical you have the opportunity to share that with others. We share failures and success together. Then we grow as a group and we can learn to deal with various outside scenarios in a very personal, healthy way.
We offer the driving with care program here. We want to help those who made a bad decision to drive impaired, got in trouble, and need to get their license back. This program is designed for those who do not need our full treatment program. A comprehensive assessment will determine which program you qualify for.
In recovery AA is an important resource to grow as a sober individual and build a sober community that is there to support you. As of right now there is a women's meeting every Tuesday from 9-10am. Every Wednesday there is an open meeting from 9-10am. And every Thursday night there is an open meeting from 7-8pm. The AA program is not affiliated with the Spirits at Rest and the AA meetings are not part of our treatment program. The Spirits at Rest supports the sober community by allowing them to use a room in the building.