Day / Night Treatment (PHP)
The patient may require the day / night program. This physician-supervised program is where the patient continues an individualized treatment plan put into place by the medical director and clinical team. Patients reside in beautiful community housing and are required to attend all group and 12-step meetings, as well as any other recommended therapy. During this phase, patients are prescribed the correct medicines to treat their primary and co-occurring conditions.
Intensive Outpatient Program*
The next phase of rehabilitation is the outpatient program. Patients are required to keep a steady job and attend group, 12-step, and other recommended therapies while residing in comfortable, *Joint Commission Accredited* transitional housing.
Patients are reunited with the real world fully when they reach our outpatient program, where our staff helps them transition back into their own residence and own life. We offer support groups as this is done, to continue strengthening their recovery. We do all we can to see them succeed.
Our Suboxone Stabilization program addresses a problem from many opiate addicted patients: no time. Full treatment is ideal and always necessary to heal and recover completely, but some aren’t able to make that commitment yet, and we do understand.
Many parents and family members report that the weeks prior to their loved one entering treatment are filled with anxiety, fear, anger, and stress. Many family members become so focused on the person with the addiction or psychiatric problem that they lose the ability to take care of themselves.
At our weekend program families will learn. Our treatment team, including our Medical Director and CEO Dr. Robert A. Moran, will answer all of your questions and provide you with information regarding the latest scientific updates on the evidence-based treatments we provide.
Patients who are in recovery are always in recovery. A big part of that healing process is being part of a community. Family Center for Recovery continues to reach out to its past patients and invite them to special events and activities to help themselves and others thrive in the beautiful new world they have discovered.