Residential Alcohol & Drug Rehab & Recovery
When you or your loved one finally come to the realization that their addiction isn’t sustainable and must be stopped as soon as possible, the recovery process has often times begun. This one realization may have been weeks, months and sometimes even years in the making. The next step in the process is to seek out help. For some, the choice may be an intensive outpatient program and for others it may require admission into a residential inpatient drug & alcohol rehab program. In residential inpatient programs patients are provided with around the clock care in a supportive environment.
During the patient’s confidential assessment we will discover the necessary information to best make a recommendation as to which type of program will best fit the patient’s needs.
Don't Let Fear Stand In The Way of Sobriety
Fear is often a major motivating factor when a patient or their loved ones seek out help. The patient is fearful of what will happen if they continue to use, and they are afraid of what will happen once they stop using. We pride ourselves on understanding the recovery process first-hand — because many of the doctors, nurses and counselors that oversee it are in recovery themselves. We understand the cringe-inducing shame that hangs over every new arrival like a cloud, because we’ve been there. We’ve felt it. And we rejoice on seeing that cloud slowly dissipate as the treatment process unfolds, because we’ve felt that, too. Most importantly, we celebrate the start of new lives as patients of our Adult Residential Inpatient Rehab program reach the next stage of the treatment process, because we’ve given everything we have to prepare them for a new life.
We are a part of the recovery process in so many ways, on so many levels … because the success of our patients isn’t just a statistic to us. It’s at the heart of our mission, the one our founder envisioned when he so humbly started our organization — that anyone can stop drinking or using drugs, lose the desire to do so and find a new way of life.
How long does the Newcomer Program last?
Clinically, the Adult Residential Program is one that typically lasts between 28 and 35 days, during which time our trained counselors and other professionals develop individual treatment plans for each patient according to needs, backgrounds and situations. During that process, patients participate in a 12-Step recovery model program and participate in the following:
- Psychological and physical testing/ assessments
- Group therapy with others in our inpatient community
- Family therapy
- Daily 12-step groups
- Educational programs
- Leisure group activities
- Aftercare services for 18 months
Adult Residential is a comprehensive, intensive treatment program for chemical dependency that’s accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). But that description doesn’t begin to describe the miracles that take place during that process.
We see miracles every day, and we consider it a privilege to be a witness to them. No one need ever die from the disease of addiction.
The Veterans Track – Cornerstone understands that veterans have very specific, individualized needs when trying to return back to civilian life. We address these issues and help the veterans with these very specific needs.
There is another way. A better way. And our Adult Residential Program will help you get there.
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