CPI’s structured therapeutic treatment community offers both short-term (3-30 days) and longer-term (more than 31 days) care. Residential treatment is provided in a safe, empowering environment that promotes dignity and respect for the individual, while engaging clients in the first steps toward recovery from their addictions. During their stay, clients receive intensive treatment, including educational presentations, group counseling, goal-oriented treatment planning, individual counseling, and specific components designed for each individual client based on their needs. Cognitive Behavioral topics that may be covered include stages of change, thinking errors, problem solving, lifestyle balance, the effects of alcohol and other drugs, social reintegration, employability skills, anger management, managing emotions, recovery, relapse and recidivism. Clients also have the opportunity to attend in-house AA/NA meeting.
The goal of our residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program is to help the client achieve and sustain long-term sobriety. While in the program, clients may address developing coping skills, changing distorted thought patterns, and substance use and criminogenic risk factors. Staff works with each client to help them develop life skills that will not only assist them during this initial stabilization period, but well beyond it. With the help of our counseling team, clients develop individualized treatment plans with specific, achievable objectives. Clients gain awareness and clarification of core beliefs and distorted thought patterns that lead to substance use disorders and learn to develop life skills.
Residential treatment services include:
- Assessment/evaluation by counselors and medical staff
- Individual and group counseling
- Individualized treatment planning
- Transition planning
- Cognitive skill building groups
- Behavioral Modification
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Alcohol and other drug education
- Medication monitoring when necessary
- Introduction to 12 step recovery principles and the recovery community
- Co-Occurring Services for clients struggling with both chemical dependence and mental health issues
At CPI, we offer a number of services to support an individual’s treatment plan and recovery process. This includes daily lectures and/or media presentations to inform, motivate and build life skills. A Client may also attend:
- AIDS/HIV information, confidential testing and counseling
- AA/NA meetings
- Parenting classes
- Anger management classes
- Voluntary non-denominational worship services
- Employability skills
- A range of social and recreational activities (both indoor and outdoor)
CPI also offers access to medical services and prescriptions as necessary for medical emergencies that cannot wait until the client is out of treatment, and translation services for those with limited English proficiency
A continuing care program to support and monitor recovery is important. At CPI, a client will actively engage with their counselor in the transition and aftercare planning process. This includes a referral plan for outpatient treatment or other professional and support services in a client’s home community.