Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program Overview
Able To Change Recovery operates similar to other advanced industries that strive to set themselves apart from the rest. Our goal is to ensure that the services delivered are the latest and most effective developments the industry has to offer.
Hours of research are devoted to finding highly effective treatment methods, approaches, group therapy models, medications, and tools and instruments that will provide the edge necessary to reach our clients when other services have failed.
We believe that one of the most vital functions of our alcohol rehab and drug rehab program is the care planning; it is the individual’s road map to recovery. The individual, person-center, interdisciplinary care plan is a practical, understandable tool that the individual, his/her family, and our team of clinicians utilize to steer the course throughout the journey of recovery. It is the focal point of each session with the individual and includes personally defined goals along with realistic objectives that address the issues and causes of one’s addiction.
The care plan begins with a thorough computer-assited Addiction Severity Index (ASI) assessment that gathers information about seven areas of a patient’s life that include:
- Medical Problems and History
- Psychiatric Problems and History
- Employment, Education, and Support
- Drug and Alcohol Use and History
- Legal Issues
- Family History
- Family/Social Relationships
Our state-of-the-art clinical software will analyze the results and present a thorough narrative summary report consisting of Addiction Severity scores followed by care level placement recommendations and an active Master Problem List. The patient’s problems and needs are prioritized according to severity, needs, and program resources. Because treatment accessibility can sometimes be limited due to finances and/or lack of insurance benefits, time is of the essence; the ASI instrument is a highly efficient tool that helps our clinicians quickly get to the root of the cause and focus on the individual’s primary problems.
Addiction Counselors and Family Therapists will assist the clients in achieving their goals and objectives. The goals, when achieved, enable our clients to function in their community free from the use of alcohol and drugs. As well, Able to Change Recovery treatment plans also provide support and aftercare to assist the client and their family with maintaining recovery once discharged from the program. All treatment plans provide for the details of an aftercare program.
When ever there are problems which require clinical services not provided by the program, the plan would indicate what referrals and / or other arrangements have been made to address those needs.
The specific short and long term goals and treatment interventions selected will relate to specific discharge criteria established for each person entering the program. There is a high value placed upon client participation in treatment planning and accordingly, the specific plan that is established will reflect a blend of both clinical judgment and client preference.
An Initial Treatment Plan will be established within 3 days of the client’s admission to the program. Following completion of all program clinical assessments, the Master Treatment Plan will be completed within 7 days following admission. The next treatment plan review will occur no later than 7 days.
The written plan and subsequent revisions thereof will be established at a treatment-planning meeting. The content of the treatment plan is a clinical responsibility and all disciplines involved in the care of the client are required to provide their input into the treatment planning process.
28 Day Treatment
Primary Treatment Phase
- 28 Days;
- Certified counselors;
- Licensed Therapist;
- Gender-specific groups;
- Daily fitness activities;
56 Day Treatment
Intensive Outpatient Program
- Individual counseling;
- Group sessions;
- Employment activities;
- School activities;
- Job search program;
84 Day Treatment
Intensive Treatment Program
- Exit phase;
- Alumni Group Therapy;
- Minimal supervision;
- Daily 12-Step meetings;
- Outpatient treatment;