For teens or adults needing detoxification from drugs or alcohol, SummitRidge offers inpatient medical detox for a safe, medically-supervised withdrawal.
Our inpatient therapy groups provide patients with an introduction to recovery and the opportunity to begin to realize the necessity of getting sober.
Community 12-Step recovery groups meet at SummitRidge seven days a week.
Once the patient is emotionally and medically safe, he or she may be transferred to a day treatment, or partial hospitalization program to begin the gradual return to day-to-day living.
For those not requiring medical detox, this may be the beginning of their treatment. In this program, patients learn about addiction, including patterns consequences, relapse, coping skills and resources for maintaining sobriety.
Family groups and individual family sessions address questions families are likely to have about treatment and diagnoses, as well as how they can best help their family member.
As its name implies, this program is an intensive exploration of the impact addiction has on individuals and their lives.
Recognizing and eventually accepting the problem is essential to effectively dealing with it. Patients receive guidance and support in learning to use the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to make positive changes in their lives.
Patients work with each other and with counselors to develop plans for preventing relapse and begin to establish vital connections with the local recovering community. Families and other people important to the patient are welcome participants in this level of care.
What’s the best next step for you or someone you love? Call us today to learn more: 678-442-5858.