ABHS has three (3) Residential Programs with a Total Capacity of 539 Licensed Treatment Beds, including 80 Co-Occurring.
In our residential program, you’ll work on building new skills and developing coping mechanisms to assist you in navigating through your new life without substances. Individuals admitted to the program can expect a length of treatment stay from 15 days to 180 days depending on needs and funding.
CO OCCURRING DISORDER
A co-occurring disorder is when an addiction to drugs or alcohol is accompanied by a mental or emotional disorder as well; the path for recovery begins with comprehensive treatment for both disorders. Our program introduces all of the tools you will need to build a foundation for recovery, as some mental and emotional disorders can hinder a successful recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
• Helping clients address both mental health and substance use issues in one location
• All treatment is offered in both individual and group modalities
• Day and evening programs offered for all three treatment programs
Treatment modalities used within our intensive residential program include: Therapeutic Community; Emotional Interviewing; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Group Counseling, Psycho-education, Case Management, and Individual Counseling. Services provided by a Chemical Dependency Professional are between 5 and 20 hours a week depending on assessed level of care.
During your stay, you’ll be surrounded by well-trained clinicians who understand what you’re going through—and care deeply about your success. They’ll support you every step of the way with guidance, encouragement and opportunities to empower yourself.
Medication assisted treatment (MAT) can be received if patients is screened and found appropriate. A family nurse practitioner and a psychiatric nurse practitioner can be seen weekly to be screened for common medical problems, helping aide with their current treatment plan.
With our fully integrated treatment patients receive:
• Treatment or referrals for their conditions
• Some medical services on site
• An expert who can intervene early before additional concerns develop, or current ones worsen
Our residential “inpatient” facilities are what we call Therapeutic Communities (TC).
The Therapeutic Community (TC) is designed to help its members gain integrity and establish a clean and sober lifestyle.
The primary goal of TC is to provide members with a sense of belonging, acceptance, and new skills for living without self-destructive behavior patterns. TC is a highly structured environment with a specific moral and ethical code of conduct. It uses Community-imposed steps of intervention, earned advancement and privileges, all of which are part of recovery personal growth.
Being part of something greater than oneself is an especially important part of the recovery process. TC helps is members develop attitudes, behaviors, and lifestyle changes that will enhance and maintain recovery from addiction, criminal behaviors, and destructive behaviors.
In TC, members and professional staff work together to support the community. The community itself is the vehicle by which members gain personal insight and positive change.