Treatment at US Addiction Services

US Addiction Services is a progressive provider and leader in the field of substance abuse treatment that continues to seek effective and efficient ways to treat the proliferation of alcohol and illicit drug abuse throughout the country.

We focus specifically on the ramifications of recovery for each individual, the family system, as well as long-term positive societal roles and functions.

Our treatment approach works to overcome the major underpinnings of substance abuse; such as self-worth, interpersonal boundaries, biological or physiological components, emotional health, negative thoughts and beliefs, social constructs, environmental obstacles, family history, and traumatic events. Evidence-based individual and group counseling, medication management, and supportive services are tailored to fit the unique needs of each individual while promoting healthy and sustainable recovery.

Detoxification

Medical detoxification safely manages the acute physical symptoms of withdrawal associated with stopping drug use. Treatment is provided seven days per week, 24 hours per day. Our licensed physician and Addictionologist will monitor and stabilize withdrawal risks, biomedical conditions and complications. Medication is often provided to help reduce a patient’s withdrawal symptoms. Daily monitoring and reviews by qualified medical personnel, nursing and clinical staff ensures progress towards person-centered treatment plan goals. Additional components include education and counseling to address the psychological, social, medical, behavioral, substance abuse and treatment needs of each individual.

Medical Detoxification Program goals include:

  • Monitoring, decreasing and medically stabilizing withdrawal symptoms;
  • Educating patients on the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and alcohol;
  • Assessing and treating emotional and behavioral complications exacerbated by addiction;
  • Addressing issues of motivation, skill building, and problem-solving abilities;
  • Facilitating interpersonal relationships and the ability to function at home an within the community; and
  • Assisting in the development of an aftercare treatment plan to maintain and support long-term abstinence.

Residential

The Residential program provides seven days per week, 24 hours per day medical and clinical services with therapeutic interventions focused on developing and maintaining a healthy recovery from addiction. Qualified medical and clinical support staff is available 24 hours a day to ensure progress towards individualized treatment goals. Addiction is addressed in the context of individual social and psychological deficits. Treatment focuses on developing personal accountability and responsibility as well as socially productive lives. Treatment is highly structured with activities designed to help patients examine damaging beliefs, self-concepts, and destructive patterns of behavior, facilitating the adaptation of new, more harmonious and constructive ways to interact with others.

Residential Treatment goals include:

  • Developing methods of coping to maintain abstinence and behavioral stabilization;
  • Providing strategies and skills to deal with unresolved grief, shame, anger, and mental health issues that contribute to behavioral compensation;
  • Identifying personal problems and beginning to resolve them;
  • Fostering relapse prevention strategies, wellness, family and community support, and recovery skills with the goal of decreasing and/or eliminating the cycle of relapse and rehabilitation; and
  • Developing an aftercare treatment plan so patients can function effectively at home and within their community

Partial Hospitalization

The Partial Hospitalization Program is a comprehensive, therapeutically coordinated, clinical service that provides excellent care by qualified staff. All treatment is supervised by Medical and Clinical Directors five days per week, six hours per day. Each patient’s specialized treatment team works with the individual to uniquely identify triggers and develop relapse prevention strategies. Therapy utilizes a combination of techniques intended to create a positive reintegration into a sober lifestyle by enlisting members of the community, family, support systems, fellow residents, and staff members as active participants in treatment. Our Partial Hospitalization Program focuses on building personal and social responsibility as well as developing new coping skills.

 Partial Hospitalization Program goals include:

  • Assisting patients in the development of long-term abstinence;
  • Establishing and improving positive behavior management skills;
  • Cultivating a supportive family or community support environment conducive to ongoing recovery;
  • Aiding patients in overcoming psychosocial stressors related to problematic behaviors/substance abuse; and
  • Achieving all objectives established in treatment and aftercare plans so patients can function effectively as contributing members of society.

Intensive Outpatient Program

The Intensive Outpatient Program operates on average 9-20 hours per week. All treatment is supervised by the Medical and Clinical Directors to ensure daily assessment of needs and progress toward treatment goals. Our Intensive Outpatient Program provides educational activities, group involvement, and the application of new behaviors to help each individual develop recovery skills, address lapses, and build a substance-free lifestyle. Patients are encouraged to participate in community-based events, self-help meetings, and other groups outside treatment to establish autonomous stabilization. We strive to motivate patients, help them succeed in reaching recovery milestones, and provide incentives for personal growth and progress.

Goals of the Intensive Outpatient Program include:

  • Achieving abstinence and fostering behavioral changes that support sobriety;
  • Eliminating drug-using habits and replacing them with positive routines and drug-free activities;
  • Facilitating active participation in community-based support systems;
  • Addressing a wide range of psychosocial problems including housing, employment, education, and community support;
  • Improving problem-solving and coping skills while developing a positive family and support network; and
  • Completion of aftercare plans that facilitate independent functioning outside of treatment

Support Systems

US Addiction Services will design and implement services in a manner that supports and strengthens family relationships and empowers family members to assume healthy roles. Individuals are encouraged to ask family members or support systems to attend therapeutic sessions to promote healthy lifestyle choices and learn to identify family triggers and other educational perspectives needed to encourage positive boundaries and support. Families and/or support systems are also encouraged to participate in educational programs as well as visit the facility. In this friendly and welcoming atmosphere, loved ones can reconnect in a supportive environment.

Aftercare Program

US Addiction Services believes that once a patient has met the optimal benefits from the continuum of care, the patient will be discharged to an appropriate referral source for continuation in the recovery process, leading to a healthier lifestyle. The US Addiction Services staff coordinates with organizations that will provide support to the recipient in the area to which they will be returning or relocating. Aftercare planning involves creating an individualized plan, developed by both clinician and person served, that specifies the activities and objectives necessary to sustain abstinence and a recovery-oriented lifestyle. Patients participate in activities and counseling that focus on preparation for the post-treatment recovery phase. All patients have the opportunity and are encouraged to attend aftercare counseling groups (both individual and family) in the community.

Discharge planning begins upon admission and recommended aftercare plans may include:

  • Aftercare Programs and Appointments
  • Community Resources and Counseling
  • Establishment of Routines, Hobbies, and Extra Curricular Activities
  • Support Systems/Peer Relationships
  • Support/Community Meetings
  • Sober Living and Employment