Residential Treatment Program
Focus on getting Well and Sober
During inpatient treatment at Arrow Passage Recovery, you are able to completely focus on getting well and sober without the distractions of everyday life.
A typical day in APR residential treatment is carefully structured and accounted for. Counselors meet with you individually and in group settings to guide inpatient recovery.
A typical inpatient stay runs anywhere from 28 days to six months.
At Arrow Passage Recovery we take care of the enrollment process. We will deal with the insurance company, the travel arrangements, the FMLA paperwork, etc. You just have to be ready for an addiction free life.
Arrow Passage Recovery offer a broad range of services, including Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient services.
Taking the First Step
The first step in inpatient treatment is medically assisted detox. This may be completed at a stand-alone detox unit. Our Physicians' will monitor vital signs while the drugs exit the body. Drug cravings are common during detox and can be difficult to overcome, often leading to relapse.
Constant medical care provided during inpatient treatment helps guard against relapse. Our clinicians can provide necessary medicine and medical expertise to lessen cravings and withdrawals. The brain reacts differently to different addictive substances over time and frequent use. Withdrawal symptoms aren’t pleasant for any drug, but some drugs should never be quit without medical supervision. Some withdrawals can be fatal. Lethal withdrawals are linked to drugs like synthetic opiates, benzodiazepines, alcohol and heroin.
During inpatient rehab Arrow Passage Recovery, you will have access to 24-hour medical attention. This attention can mean the difference between relapse and recovery.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Purpose of transitioning to PHP
They also have greater access to the community and outside support group meetings, while learning how to have fun in recovery through recreational activities and experiential therapies. The purpose of PHP is to move clients away from around-the-clock supervision and gain more real-life experience in the community.
PHP at Arrow Passage Recovery provides a mix of outpatient individual and group counseling in a setting with medical services. Nurses and physicians are available for clinical care, such as medically supervised withdrawals.
Patients often enter a PHP after being an inpatient, and the PHP is used as a step-down in the intensity of services provided.
Overall, the partial hospitalization program at Arrow Passage Recovery can be just as effective as a residential program, provided you have the support and safety of a healthy living environment. Additionally, this type of program makes a great follow-up or aftercare treatment after a residential rehab.
Arrow Passage Recovery offers a broad range of services, including Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient services.
PHP at Arrow Passage Recovery
PHP at Arrow Passage Recovery provides a mix of outpatient individual and group counseling in a setting with medical services. Nurses and physicians are available for clinical care, such as medically supervised withdrawals. Patients often enter a PHP after being an inpatient, and the PHP is used as a step-down in the intensity of services provided. In other cases, a client may be admitted to a PHP because they have relapses in their drug use and more intensive services are needed to re-stabilize the person.
The staff at Arrow Passage Recovery partial hospitalization program assess the patient and generate a treatment plan. Treatment often includes classes about drug use as well as therapies. While in the Arrow Passage Recovery PHP program we will provide all the support, structure, and resources that you would have in a residential treatment center. You will be assigned a counselor or caseworker who will work with you to develop an individual treatment plan.
You will have the opportunity to heal through individual counseling and grow through group therapy. Relapse prevention, education, and other services will also be offered. You will get to know your peers and perhaps participate in outings and events that help you learn how to have fun in recovery.
Intensive Outpatient Program
What is an Intensive Outpatient Program?
IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox. IOP can also enable people in recovery to continue their recovery therapies following successful detox, on a part-time yet intensive schedule, designed to accommodate work and family life.
Start rebuilding your personal life and mending your important family ties right away, when you participate in intensive outpatient treatment at Arrow Passage Recovery. With our Intensive Outpatient Treatment program, you are able to establish a foundation for long term recovery support in your local community right from the start of your treatment.
At Arrow Passage Recovery Intensive Outpatient Program, you receive services primarily through group therapy, but you will also be assigned an individual therapist you will meet with on a weekly basis while in treatment. Groups are small and generally do not exceed 10 people, allowing for a safe environment.
At Arrow Passage Recovery topics may include Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome or PAWS, Relapse Prevention Skills, How to Manage Urges and Cravings, Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction, Progression of the Disease of Addiction, Introduction to the Twelve Steps, Spirituality, Stages of Change, Focus On Co-Occurring Disorders and the Effects On Addiction and Recovery and A Family Education Program.
With the outpatient program at Arrow Passage Recovery you remain in control of your own life. You can still go to work or get a job, and begin rebuilding your personal life, with the help and support you receive from us. You are responsible for participating in the treatment program according to your scheduled treatment plan.
IOP at Arrow Passage Recovery
In IOP you continue your life with support from the local clinical, emotional and peer support systems provided by Arrow Passage Recovery. Our IOP usually runs for a period of 8 (eight) weeks but every patient is different. Your treatment program will be designed just for you, so treatment may run more or less than eight weeks if needed.
Outpatient Treatment Program
Understanding Outpatient Treatment
Outpatient treatment can guide some addicts and alcoholics through all stages of their recovery. However, some people in recovery use outpatient treatment to help them during the later stages of recovery.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse notes that drug treatment programs that last less than 90 days have limited effectiveness. In fact, 12 months of treatment is considered the minimum for opioid addicts, but many addicts benefit from longer treatment periods. For this reason, it is usual for addicts to attend short-term inpatient treatment programs but later transition into a longer-term outpatient treatment program.
Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs share many similarities with residential treatment programs, but in a differently structured environment. Outpatient programs provide you with more freedom of movement which allows you to maintain a regular commitment to family, work, and educational responsibilities. Because of the ability to go home after a daily or evening program, you are able to have a greater level of privacy and anonymity.
Unlike residential treatment programs, patients are not provided with the safe, secure environment that isolates them from negatively influencing factors. You will return to your own environment after outpatient drug or alcohol treatment, and must voluntarily abstain from drug or alcohol use, which requires a greater amount of diligence. However, the benefit of this is that outpatient programs like Arrow Passage Recovery provide a support network for you in the form of official support groups, individual counseling, and family counseling so that you are never alone in their recovery. You will be provided with a strong support network of non-using peers and sponsors. Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment requires a component of group therapy and support groups like NA and AA, which provide a new, positive element of social change in your life and facilitates long-term recovery.
Like residential treatment programs, outpatient programs also focus on family support and involvement, and an immediately positive element of outpatient treatment is that you can automatically apply the lessons learned from Arrow Passage Recovery outpatient treatment to your daily experiences.
Life Skills Training
Outpatient programs can be a challenge because you may continue to face problems at work and home. But it will help you build the skills you need to handle everyday problems.
In standard outpatient treatment, you may have 1 or 2 group therapy sessions a week. Treatment may go on for a year or more. Sessions may be in the evening or on weekends so you can go to work.
For Arrow Passage Recovery outpatient treatment to work well for you, it's important to go to your sessions regularly and also get other support, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings. Having support from loved ones, good transportation, and a stable place to live also are important.
- DEcision making
- Problem solving
- Creating thinking/lateral thinking
- Critical thinking/perspicacity
- Effective communication
- Interpersonal relationships
- Self awareness/mindfulness
- Coping with stress, trauma and loss