Professional detox programs are the first step in long-term substance abuse treatment. Detox from drinking or withdrawal from addictions to substances like benzos, and opioids can be dangerous. It needs professional medical supervision. A good detox center is the best place to begin addiction recovery.
When someone stops using drugs or alcohol, withdrawal symptoms are common. Avenues detox center professionals ease these symptoms. They guide the patient through alcohol detox and drug detox safely and comfortably. Staff works to lessen relapse risk and aid transition into ongoing addiction treatment. Seamless transitions from inpatient detox to outpatient services is a signature of Avenues. Our facilities work together to give clients the very best treatment experience possible.
Avenues detox centers have earned a sparkling reputation. Our team of compassionate and knowledgeable clinicians understand how to navigate the system. We establish a smooth process and are at your side every step of the way.
Individuals receiving treatment in Avenues’ inpatient setting enter a safe environment. They are monitored around-the-clock by trained professionals. We remove the obstacles, complications, and stresses of everyday life. Clients place their full energy and focus on recovery and getting well.
After medical clearance, it is time to move on to Avenues residential treatment. Withdrawal symptoms have stabilized and clients are ready to enter inpatient programming.
Mental health issues are also addressed as a part of the integrated treatment. Avenues treats common Co-occurring issues like depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and PTSD.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
Avenues Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) are the next step in addiction treatment. It is comprehensive, structured, and evidence based.
In PHP, clients spend approximately five hours a day, five days a week at our treatment center. Treatment continues, while allowing clients to live in the comfort of their own homes. Many feel safer in a protected environment while in PHP. Avenues has partnerships with nearby sober living facilities to fill that need.
While in PHP, clients take part in a variety of wellness activities. Group therapy, individual therapy, evidenced-based treatments, holistic therapies, recreational activities are all included.
Loved ones struggling with addiction places unbearable stress on the family unit. Avenues Recovery treats addiction as a family issue. We offer ongoing support and guidance to the patient’s loved ones. Treatment plans that include family are key to a truly successful rehabilitation program.
Avenues Recovery offers free transportation services for those enrolled in our program.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Intensive outpatient program (IOP) is the next phase of addiction recovery treatment. Avenues Recovery IOP provides intensive clinical therapy and counseling. Patients continue growth while maintaining their employment and life responsibilities.
IOP clients continue to develop recovery skills and incorporate further education and therapy. Leadership training, relapse prevention, and communication skills are all included.
At Avenues Recovery IOP, clients spend 3 to 4 hours per day, 3 days a week in our treatment center. During this time, recovery becomes deeply rooted while rebuilding work and family life. We customize a program for every individual to ensure continued recovery.
We recommend Avenues outpatient therapy (OP) for graduates of higher levels of care. It serves as valuable maintenance and allows further growth.
Avenues Recovery OP programs consists of one individual session and/or one group session weekly. We customize programs for each client to a healthy balance of life and recovery. Avenues OP promotes a flexible schedule. Length of stay depends on each individual’s specific needs.
Handling triggers common to day to day life is challenging during early sobriety. During inpatient treatment, patients are immersed in their rehab program. They sometimes don’t focus on the reality awaiting ahead.
Sober Living allows individuals in recovery to ease back into normal life. They share daily tasks and responsibilities of home life. Sober living homes are less restrictive than inpatient facilities, but supervision is ongoing. Clients observe curfews, drug testing, and attend mandatory group meetings. They complete chores, prepare meals, and take active part in house meetings. Curfews, drug testing, and mandatory group meetings are enforced.
A benefit of a sober living home is the positive camaraderie. Peer support reinforces the desire to abstain from drugs and alcohol. It helps residents to avoid isolation common when returning home while in recovery. Interactions in the home help people in recovery develop decision-making and problem-solving skills. These will be used in their everyday lives.
Weekends and evenings find residents joining in fun activities. Sporting events, hiking rafting, and go karting are a sampling of these trips. Learning how to have a good time while staying sober is a liberating aspect of recovery.