Making real-life change starts here
At The Recovery Village, we believe that long-lasting sobriety begins with a full continuum of care. That means our drug treatment programs are comprehensive and progressive, with each stage of treatment building on one another for a thorough approach to recovery. If you are looking for the best drug treatment available we have the resources to help you from start to finish of your treatment.
The critical, first step. Our rehabilitation facility houses a full unit for medically assisted detox to ensure your safety and comfort during this difficult but necessary stage of drug treatment.
MAT is a method of drug and alcohol rehab that uses medication in combination with behavioral therapy to address substance use disorders.
In inpatient treatment, we’ll have our highly skilled team create your individual recovery plan and incorporate a variety of therapies with round-the-clock compassionate care and close monitoring.
Residential treatment includes balance between freedom and intensity in a home-like setting, while offering 24 hour support.
Stability with decreased monitoring. Similar to our Residential Treatment phase, this next step provides you with ongoing support from our 24-hour nursing staff with less monitoring.
Putting coping skills to work. After completing Residential or Partial-Hospitalization treatments, you’ll have valuable coping skills and a supportive recovery community to help you thrive in a sober living environment either at home or in one of our housing locations.
Gradual steps down. Similar to our Intensive Outpatient Program, this state in recovery is meant to help you take gradual steps down out of drug treatment, while giving you access to our recovery specialists along the way and strengthening necessary life skills.
Ongoing care. In this stage, we’ll help you prepare a relapse prevention plan and keep you connected to ongoing counseling sessions or other therapies to keep a steady momentum in a life of sobriety. Aftercare is an important part of drug treatment.
Your recovery is important to us. We want to plan the best course of action for your treatment.
Give us a call or learn more about the intake process to find the options that are right for you.
We are set up to handle complex medical issues that are often seen in eating disorders, such as severe malnutrition, dehydration, laxative/diuretic dependence, and daily bulimic behaviors.
We are set up to handle complex medical issues that are often seen in eating disorders, such as severe malnutrition, dehydration, laxative/ diuretic dependence, and daily bulimic behaviors.
Insurance — Whether or not you have insurance can make quite the difference in your rehab cost. Though rest assured that rehab is financially possible either way. See these resources for more information on how to pay for rehab with or without insurance:
Kind of treatment — The cost of a rehabilitation program depends on how intensive your drug treatment will be. Inpatient programs will provide more thorough care with on-site living accommodations, while outpatient programs allow patients to pursue their recovery in a more flexible manner from either at home or a sober living community.
Type of rehab facility — Most rehab facilities offer a baseline array of amenities such as recreation rooms, outdoor common areas and on-site chefs while other premium centers offer a more lavish recovery experience.
For a more detailed look on the cost of rehab see this resource.
Understanding the length of inpatient care is important to your recovery and we’ll make sure you have all the resources necessary to inform your decision.
If you or a loved one are concerned that you may be suffering from an alcohol dependency, visit these online assessment tools:
- MAST Alcohol Assessment – The MAST alcohol assessment was developed in the early ‘70s and is designed to assess the presence and severity of drinking problems. Because it’s one of the oldest alcohol screening tests out there, there are multiple variations available. Ours consists of 22 yes/no questions that you can easily complete in just a few minutes.
- CAGE Alcohol Assessment – The CAGE alcohol assessment is an extremely short self-assessment developed by Dr. John Ewing. In spite of only being 4 questions long, it’s been shown to identify 9 out of 10 alcoholics.
- AUDIT Alcohol Assessment – The AUDIT was created by the World Health Organization (WHO) and consists of 10 multiple-choice questions.
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