Support and education.
Substance Abuse Comprehensive Treatment.
Recovering from drug and alcohol abuse disorder is more than just stopping the use of drugs or alcohol. It’s developing the needed skills and knowledge needed to STAY sober. Unfortunately, most of the people who detox from the substance they are dependent on relapse in the first days of their recovery. It’s proven that with support and comprehensive treatment, the risk for relapse is drastically reduced. Here at Mountainview Recovery, we offer a Substance Abuse Comprehensive Treatment that aims to provide individuals with the educational tools and therapy sessions needed to establish long-term healing from addiction.
Rediscover your former self.
Transition Back Into Society.
SACOT (Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment) is offered on an outpatient basis. This means that people enrolled in treatment don’t have to necessarily live on campus to get the help they need. However, for the best chance of completion of the program and long-term sobriety success, it’s suggested that those enrolled take advantage of our housing options during their time spent in treatment. Those who enroll in a partial hospitalization program after detox from alcohol, heroin, cocaine or other addictive drugs or their stay at a residential facility can expect to participate in daily treatment activities at least five times each week.
SACOT may be the best solution for those trying to assimilate back into society. Or, for someone who needs intensive treatment after detox to acquire additional skills to live a sober life.
No hidden agenda.
What You Can Expect From This Treatment.
Services offered during our SACOT do not differ from many other types of treatments like facilities who offer residential treatment. Our substance abuse comprehensive outpatient treatment offers therapies and extracurricular activities like individual counseling, family sessions, group support, and much more. So, while a residential program may differ slightly, individuals in a SACOT don’t have to give up the benefits of intensive treatment.
Along with not having to compromise services, patients enrolled in a SACOT can expect:
- Developing social relationships with others in recovery
- Establishing connections with outside resources like 12-step groups
- A safe environment to identify and address the underlying causes of addiction
- To learn and develop helpful relapse prevention techniques
- Educational materials and sessions on substance abuse behaviors
- The ability to continue or resume outside responsibilities like school and work
Taking the first step.
Getting Enrolled into the Program.
Here at Mountainview Recovery, we believe that there is no one way to recover from a lifestyle of addiction to alcohol, heroin, cocaine or other addictive drugs. That’s because addiction affects each person differently. However, there are many effective tools which can help individuals find specific and individualized ways of healing. So, we work to find the best possible treatment solutions for each individual seeking help for addiction. This is why we offer an initial case management evaluation, in which you and our case manager will sit down together to figure out the best course of treatment. If you’re ready for your evaluation and to commit to a lifestyle of healing and freedom from addiction, contact us today!
Individualized Therapy for addiction consists of one-on-one counseling sessions between an individual in treatment and an addiction therapist. While different people may respond better to varying treatment strategies, individualized therapy is utilized throughout the entirety of the treatment process at Mountainview Recovery.
When paired with other beneficial components of addiction treatment, group therapy for addiction is extremely effective and helpful. Group therapy is a therapy setting in which there is one therapist who leads a discussion of specific topics for a group of individuals.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Here at Mountainview Recovery, we work to offer patients effective, evidence-driven therapy opportunities. This is why we implement cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) into each of our addiction treatment program outlines. With this model of therapy, individuals can work to address the underlying causes of addiction as they relate to developed behavioral patterns.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Dialectical behavioral therapy, or DBT, is a method of therapy that was first developed to help individuals diagnosed with severe or several mental disorders. Since a vast majority of individuals diagnosed with substance use disorder have concurring mental health issues, DBT is an essential tool in dual diagnosis techniques.
There are many things that can contribute to an addictive lifestyle. However, one of the most commonly recognized underlying cause of addiction is self-medication. People may self-medicate for a number of reasons. But, it’s usually done to numb psychological or emotional pain rather than physical.
Seeking Safety Model.
The causes of addiction are many. It’s important to address the underlying causes of addiction during treatment, so the cycle of addiction does not continue once treatment concludes. Those who have developed a lifestyle of addiction due to self-medicating symptoms of trauma can benefit from a Seeking Safety Model of treatment.