What Level of “Treatment” is Right for You?
At Arbor Place, we have many different levels of “Treatment”. Treatment for Substance Use doesn’t have to mean “30 days of residential inpatient”. It can, but it’s possible that you or your loved one may do just fine in one of our outpatient programs. Not everyone requires inpatient residential treatment, everyone is different. Maybe you’ve been in recovery for some time and had a “slip”, maybe you’re just noticing some problems. Maybe you aren’t sure if there is a problem.
When drug or alcohol issues happen to you, or in your family, no one knows what to do, and it’s scary. What used to be fun is now not so fun anymore and is causing problems for you and your family. Maybe you’re having legal problems, or got an OWI. Maybe you’re tired of waking up tired and sick. Maybe your family members are starting to nag or notice problems. Maybe it’s just too hard to make it to work and the excuses are piling up.
You don’t have to “Hit Rock Bottom”, to use a popular phrase, before you start to turn your life around. You don’t have to lose everything, damage yourself, and alienate your friends and family. You don’t have to spend time in jail or the hospital. You don’t have to lose the trust of everyone you love. If you’re noticing problems, you can get help before everything is as bad as it can get.
If you’re noticing signs, talk to us about some of the options we offer. We have groups for people in recovery, new to recovery, not sure if they have a problem, suspect they have a problem, families of people with problems, people who have relapsed after a time sober, and groups that go beyond just staying sober and into living the kind of life that is rich and rewarding, and more than you might have thought possible.
Here are some of the outpatient programs that we offer:
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) Group
MET (Motivational Enhancement Therapy) Group
Primary Outpatient Group
Recovery Management Group
TSF (12 Step Facilitation) Group
And for the family members of people with drug or alcohol issues, we have our “Family Support and Education” group, which is an online group that covers communication, stress reduction, improving your life, and strategies for helping your loved one get into treatment and get the help that they need. For more information, click here.
The first step to take if you’re not sure what level of treatment you or your loved one needs is to give us a call and set up an individual appointment to talk to a Counselor, and see where to start.
We will work with you to make sure you get the best help we can offer. At whatever level of treatment is best for you.