Treatment Services

 

Client Care

  • Three nutritional meals and snacks daily, with special menus on holidays.
  • Sundries will include items needed for good grooming and personal hygiene.
  • Emergency clothing will be provided as available, if needed.
  • Spacious, shared sleeping quarters, homey and comfortable common areas surrounded with beautiful garden-like grounds.
  • Coordination of medical services, as needed, with community providers. Self-administered medications with be monitored and documented.

Therapeutic Community Services

  • 24-hour supervision within a residential setting
  • Structured daily activities within the Therapeutic Community
  • Morning meetings and/or concept seminars daily
  • Multiple group therapy sessions a week in Long Term Residential and Recovery House
  • Review of assessment by Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) or supervised Chemical Dependency Professional Trainee (CDPT)
  • Treatment Plan/Problem List developed by CDP or CDPT and the client
  • Individual Counseling Sessions/Review of Treatment Plan every two weeks
  • Family conferencing as needed
  • AIDS information/facts sessions, group and private
  • Weekly review of progress by CDP or CDPT
  • Records documenting client’s activity, including counseling sessions, group, leisure activities, etc.
  • Voluntary participation in job training project through the Recycling Center
  • Coordination of care with outside medical and mental health providers

Withdrawal Management Services

Seadrunar Withdrawal Management Services (SWMS) offers medically managed acute detox services that assist individuals withdrawing from psychoactive substances, including, but not limited to opiates and alcohol in a safe and effective manner. Services are in accordance with current ASAM criteria. Withdrawal management services are offered in a 16 bed unit with the availability of a single room to accommodate individuals, if necessary.