A Better Today Recovery Services understands that people need options when it comes to treatment for drugs and alcohol. There are many outside influences that affect whether people need PHP, inpatient, outpatient, or residential care. Our goal at ABTRS is to identify what you need and work with you to achieve it. Drug and alcohol addictions rob people of their life savings, family relationships, and their self-worth. Connecting you with high quality treatment is what A Better Today Recovery Services is really about.
PHP or Partial Hospitalization Programs
At a PHP level, the patient will receive intense group and individual therapy. ABTRS believes it is important to find the root of patients’ addiction to truly recover from drugs and alcohol. Once master’s level therapist develop an understanding through one on one therapy, they develop a treatment plan. Some treatment methods include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), talk therapy, and relapse prevention. Treatment is tailored and becomes more effective.
Individual therapy allows the patient to work through issues, understand addiction as a manageable disease, and provide a safe space to find themselves again. Group therapy is also a cornerstone for substance abuse treatment. Group therapy allows individuals to benefit from the collective experiences of group members and learn socially acceptable behaviors.
Inpatient rehab is an intense learning and self-discovering recovery process. At most addiction treatment centers, inpatient rehab offers a 24-hour nursing staff, queen size beds, master’s level therapists, flavorful and hearty meals, goal-oriented incentive system, and family day Saturdays. It is all about healing the mind, body, soul, and family.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive outpatient programs emphasize building a strong support network and learning how to manage your addictive urges. Developing a strong support network with group therapy sessions and getting involved with sponsorship programs are important for Intensive outpatient treatment. IOP surrounds patients with people who understand what they are dealing with, who care about their life in recovery, and encourage them to stay strong and sober.
Learning about addiction as a disease empowers our patients with knowledge. Engaging presentations/sessions on how to identify unhealthy relationships, relapse prevention techniques, practicing effective communication, introductions to the 12 steps, and stress management are important concepts for long lasting recovery.