Our Drug Treatment Programs
Medically Monitored DetoxDetox is often the first step on the road to recovery. This is when the body clears the substance you’ve been using from your system. It can be an uncomfortable period, as you start to feel withdrawal symptoms. Our skilled team will customize your detox program to make your experience as safe and as comfortable as possible. And our medically trained staff will always be available.
Clinically Managed Inpatient Drug RehabAfter completing a detox program, you may enter our inpatient drug rehab program. In this residential program, you will live at the treatment facility and receive 24-hour care. Living at Washburn House helps keep distractions of work and home life from interrupting your path to recovery.During your stay, you will attend at least 10 hours of group therapy and 15 hours of group psycho-education per week. In addition to group therapy, our inpatient drug rehab program includes three one-on-one therapy sessions each week.
Day TreatmentIf you have graduated from inpatient drug rehab or have a sober living situation at home, our day treatment program (partial hospitalization) may be right for you. During this outpatient treatment program, you will not live at Washburn House, but you will attend up to six hours of group therapy, five days a week at Washburn House. This drug treatment program includes one-on-one counseling and group counseling. Some may be prescribed medication to help with recovery, but it will be combined with behavioral therapy.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)After completing a PHP or other inpatient treatment program or while living in recovery at home, you may choose to continue your journey in our intensive outpatient program. Despite its name, intensive outpatient drug and alcohol treatment is less intensive than day treatment. You will only be asked to attend about three hours of group sessions, at least three days per week. Individual treatment is still available with this outpatient program, so you can stay focused on your personal recovery plan.
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