Structured treatment & support; serenity can be found here!
A 20-bed facility on 18 wooded acres near Midland, the program consists of active treatment in a structured environment with a range of clinical interventions, social and recreational therapies, and fellowship to build recovery life skills during the week.
We are dedicated to working with substance dependent individuals who verbalize a desire to stop using substances and who are willing to learn to live life on life's terms, free from relying on alcohol and other drugs. The focus of treatment is promoting a recovering lifestyle by assisting those served in finding balance in their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. We believe that addiction is largely a symptom of other underlying issues for which alcohol and other drugs have become the solution.
We recognize that addiction is progressive and predictable if left untreated. Conversely, the patterns of distorted thinking and behavior associated with the disease can be changed. We believe in the 12 steps as a proven framework for recovery and in the need for each client to embrace a comprehensive "program of right living." We believe in embracing the recovery community to assist the client in forging relationships that can assist them in maintaining their recovery. We believe that, through engaging in the treatment process and connecting with others that have found success in moving forward, recovery is possible.
All residential treatment services are designed and implemented to:
- Support the recovery, health and well-being of the client and family
- Enhance the quality of life of the client and family
- Reduce symptoms of needs and build resilience
- Restore and/or improve functioning
- Integrate back into their community
- Services are designed and implemented to support stabilization of substance free living, to further enhance commitment to abstinence, and to explore attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that lead to relapse back to substance use, while developing readiness for the next level of treatment that supports a recovery lifestyle. These goals are met by accurately screening, gathering biopsychosocial assessment information to identify strengths, weaknesses, desires and needs of the individual, and by making recommendations for treatment planning accordingly, with client participation.
Treatment objectives are fulfilled through group, family and individual counseling, as well as education based on assessment findings, participation in recreational and community supports that are grounded in teaching and supporting the client’s participation in activities without the use of mind altering substances.
Our concern extends to family members and others directly affected by addiction and associated behaviors. We believe that their family members are inadvertent partners in this disease process and can be helped to see their role in the illness and in the process of recovery. We embrace opportunities to engage families in the treatment process as clients allow. We believe in providing families with education and connection with community support resources as a regular part of our program. Please see our "Family Involvement" section of the website for further information.
Who should call?
The residential program is for people who are addicted to alcohol and/or drugs, and are experiencing some of the following issues because of their addiction:
- Experiencing strife with their partner and/or family
- Finding themselves unable to provide emotional or financial support for their families
- Missing work, in danger of losing their jobs or having lost a successful career
- Considering treatment again after previous treatment episodes
It takes courage to ask for help. Call. The caring staff will sort out the details and explain the steps. An assessment is done over the phone, so the staff understands the client’s needs. An admission date is set. There may be a waiting list. If any of these describe someone you know, please call 800.835.5611 OR 989.835.3466.