What is the Residential Inpatient Process?
Our residential inpatient program is designed to address emotional and behavioral problems such as chronic relapse, substance abuse/addiction, compulsive disorders, depression, co-occurring disorders, trauma and abuse, anger management, self-esteem issues, codependency, life skills, and personal and spiritual growth. While in the program, services will include group therapy, individual sessions, family therapy, substance abuse education, psycho-education, relapse prevention education, life planning and goal setting, Personal and spiritual growth, recovery planning groups and individualized family sessions.
As a Client, you will learn about important concepts needed to provide a foundation for recovery (the disease model, relapse prevention, anger management, family issues, etc.). We will help you learn how to identify and reduce emotional and behavioral obstacles to recovery, how to apply it to daily life (at home, at work, etc.), and will develop a realistic and sound plan for aftercare and continuing care.
After discharge, clients participate in a full aftercare program and alumni organization that ensures the Client has the ongoing support for continued recovery. Ongoing therapy or treatment will be provided as needed and involvements in the Creo Spero program and self-help meetings are encouraged. Throughout the entire program, Clients will attend chaperoned outside support self-help meetings. These may include but are not limited to AA, NA, CA, GA, OA, SA and MA meetings.