Know About Addiction Recovery Center

Sanctuary Clinics services help people struggling with drug abuse and alcoholism find long-term recovery. They offer a variety of treatment programs to fit each person’s needs and schedule.

Treatment options range from medically managed detox to a full continuum of care that includes residential addiction treatment. Each level of treatment offers its own unique advantages and benefits to the client.


There are a number of treatment options for people struggling with substance use disorder. These include supervised detox, residential treatment, and outpatient rehab. Each offers a different type of therapy and supports clients through the recovery process. These types of programs may also include mental health services to address co-occurring conditions.

During inpatient rehab, clients live at the facility and receive care around the clock. This is typically the best option for those who struggle with severe or long-term addictions and those with co-occurring disorders. Some inpatient programs also offer on-site childcare, so mothers and fathers don’t have to choose between their recovery program and caring for their children.

Many inpatient rehab programs offer specialized treatments, including women’s and men’s addiction treatment, Christian-based treatment, and LGBTQ+ friendly rehabilitation. They may also offer medication-assisted treatment to help curb withdrawal symptoms. In addition, they often provide dual diagnosis treatment to address co-occurring conditions like anxiety and depression.

Intensive Outpatient

Intensive outpatient treatment offers individuals a step-down from inpatient care without leaving their homes. These programs allow people to continue their daily lives while getting a high level of support from addiction therapy providers.

Typically, people in intensive outpatient treatment will attend three to four groups per week for three hours at a time. This may seem like a lot, but these sessions can make all the difference in recovery. These groups offer clients the opportunity to learn new coping skills, try out new relapse prevention techniques and gain a better understanding of how their behavior impacts others.

The program will also include individual one-hour weekly therapy sessions. During these sessions, the client will receive specific counseling on their unique needs. The therapist will help the person understand what triggers their drug or alcohol use and give them the tools they need to avoid these triggers in the future. These therapies are based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). These are standardized approaches used in most of the world’s rehab facilities.

Partial Hospitalization

Our partial hospitalization treatment program, or PHP, is designed for people who require a higher level of supervision than an outpatient treatment option provides but do not need the level of care offered by residential inpatient programs. These patients may still live at home and work or go to school during the day, but commute to our clinic for six hours of therapy each weekday (lunch is provided).

People can enroll in a PHP directly, or they can move to this type of program from an inpatient program or an intensive outpatient program. PHPs are also commonly used as a step-down from a residential inpatient program.

These patients participate in a structured outpatient program that includes psychotherapy, group sessions, psychoeducation, Twelve-Step programming, and drug testing. Skill-building sessions may also be included, which teach participants how to recognize and cope with existing situations that encourage drug misuse. Many PHPs also include regular evaluations to assess a patient’s mental health and ensure that their recovery is on track.

Sober Living

Sober Living treatment is designed to help people learn how to cope with underlying issues that are causing addiction. In a recovery home, you will live with other people who are also working towards sobriety. These relationships are often very valuable and can help you to navigate difficult times in your recovery.

Some sober homes offer additional training and support, such as life skills classes, career guidance, and financial management advice. They also encourage participation in a local recovery support group. In addition to providing a safe and supportive environment, they will also usually have a strict drug policy and enforce daily wake/sleep and meal schedules. They will typically have a curfew and require mandatory attendance at weekly house meetings.

Recovery housing reduces the risk of relapse by eliminating possible triggers from your daily life. This allows you to continue working your program and practicing the coping skills that you learned in rehab. It will also give you the time and space to develop healthy, long-term relationships.

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