Residential or Inpatient Services are provided in a structured, residential setting that is staffed 24 hours daily and are clinically managed. Residential levels of care provide a safe, stable environment that is critical to adolescents as they begin their recovery process.

3.1 – Clinically Managed Low-Intensity Residential Program

Setting:  24 hour licensed residential programming for adolescents with functional limitations who cannot safely be treated outside of a 24-hour stable living environment that provides both clinic-based and community-based services – Minimum of 5 hours per week of low-intensity treatment services, including medication management, recovery skills, relapse prevention, and other similar services and 5 or more hours of clinical services per week provided onsite.

Provider Type: Interdisciplinary team of appropriately credentialed addiction treatment professionals including counselors, addiction-credentialed physicians and program staff, who can provide clinical services and who are knowledgeable about biological and psychosocial dimensions of SUD and psychiatric conditions support the recovery residence component of care.

Treatment Goal: Adolescents receive individual, group, family therapy as well as medication management; and psychoeducation to develop recovery, relapse prevention, and emotional coping techniques. Treatment promotes personal responsibility and reintegration to school and family environments. Telephone and in-person psychiatric, physician and emergency services are available 24-hours daily including once a week consult with the psychiatrist and physician, direct affiliations with other levels of care, and necessary lab or pharmacotherapy procedures.

Therapies: Individual and group counseling, family therapy, educational groups, occupational and recreational therapy, psychotherapy, medication management, medication education, mental health evaluation and treatment, motivational enhancement and engagement strategies, recovery support services, counseling and clinical monitoring, MAT and intensive case management, psychotherapy for individuals with co-occurring mental health challenges.

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3.5 – Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Program

Setting:  24 hour licensed residential programming for adolescents in some imminent danger with functional limitations who cannot safely be treated outside of a 24-hour stable living environment that promotes recovery skill development and deters relapse. Adolescents receiving this level of care have severe social and psychological conditions and demonstrate patterns of maladaptive behavior, temperament extremes and/or cognitive disability related to mental health disorders.

Provider Type: Physician, Physiatrist, LMFT therapists, CADCA recovery counselors and program staff, who provide clinical services and residential oversight. Physician and psychiatric consult is provided via telephone or in person minimally once a week.

Treatment Goal:  Provide comprehensive, multifaceted treatment that promotes abstinence from substance use, arrest and other negative behaviors that also effects change in an adolescent’s lifestyle, attitude and values. Supporting continued stabilization and preparation towards less intensive levels of care.

Therapies: Twice a week individual counseling, five times a week group counseling, once a week family therapy, educational groups, occupational and recreational therapy, psychotherapy, medication management, medication education, mental health evaluation and treatment, motivational enhancement and engagement strategies, recovery support services, counseling and clinical monitoring, MAT and intensive case management, psychotherapy for individuals with co-occurring mental health challenges.

I first met Sayeh in November of 2013 just after my 15 year old daughter had been admitted to a residential treatment program. As part of the program I was required to attend 2-3 AlAnon meetings a week. Sayeh attended the same AlAnon meetings as well as Alumni events as I. It soon became apparent to me that Sayeh had a heart for recovery, program, and God. When I was encouraged to get a sponsor I didn’t hesitate. Dependable, respectful, kind and generous of spirit, she exudes an inner peace that I hope to achieve with her loving guidance, as I work my own program. She is patient, & full of wisdom that she is always happy to share with her sponsees and fellow parents. I am so grateful our journeys brought us together.

Megan
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