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Recreate Behavioral Health is a substance abuse treatment provider offering addiction treatment services by licensed mental health counselors.

At Recreate Behavioral Health Network, our top priority is establishing a long-term, professional relationship with each of our individual clients and their families – a relationship that we hope will blossom into a friendship over time. We believe that the foundation of long-term recovery is the development of crucial life skills, coupled with intensive, effective, and accessible clinical care. Rehabilitation is a multi-layered process, and we at Recreate Behavioral Health Network will be by your side every step of the way, offering the guidance and support you need to go on and live a life of fulfilled sobriety.


Recreate Behavioral Health, as part of our comprehensive network, is a state-of-the-art facility staffed by licensed and experienced medical professionals. We offer a full spectrum of therapeutic aftercare, which will be tailored to fit your individualized goals.

Family Therapy

Family therapy focuses on the relationships, and aims to understand and validate the experiences of all family members. The goal of family therapy is to bring clarity to all relationships, and to foster repair and closeness if family members choose. Our family therapy program belief is that problems exist between people, not within people.

Our focus is to mend the broken relationships as a result of substance abuse, and to encourage healing. Loved ones are able to meet in a discreet and comfortable setting, under the guidance and facilitation of a licensed mental health counselor.

Individual Counseling

Individual addiction counseling is an effective treatment method that offers one-on-one sessions with trained therapists. In this private and discreet setting, patients can express themselves freely without the fear of judgment from other addicts. Individual counseling sessions often explore deep-seated issues including drug history, emotional trauma, and psychological illness.

During individual counseling sessions, the patient has an opportunity to share his/her feelings and emotions with a therapist in strict confidence. Individual counseling explores the root causes of substance abuse. Often a therapist will help the patient in creating a personalized relapse prevention plan to avoid relapse in the future.

Group Therapy

The power of group therapy lies in the unique opportunity to receive multiple perspectives, support, encouragement, and feedback from other individuals in a safe and confidential environment. Patients under the care of a drug treatment center can share amongst each other the struggles they’re going through and come up with solutions together. Group therapy is guided by a trained group facilitator or licensed mental health therapist so that each group is beneficial to all those involved.

Discover the benefits of group therapy for treating substance use disorders at Recreate Behavioral Health Network.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Many men and women struggle with co-occurring mental health disorders that contribute to substance abuse. Often an underlying mental health issue can be the catalyst for drug addiction as a way to mask the emotional or psychological distress. This form of self-medication is especially dangerous because the mental illness is usually made worse by continued substance abuse. At Recreate Behavioral Health, we are trained to handle co-occurring disorders in our dual diagnosis treatment program. 

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Taking a step back and admitting you or a loved one needs help is nothing short of heroic. Most of us are scared or embarrassed to admit such truth.

There’s also the fear of the unknown when it comes to medication and the different types of therapy. Fortunately for you, there’s nothing to be afraid or worried about.

Today, We’ll share everything you need to know about addiction treatment. As you read on, you’ll understand that people’s fears about treatments and medication are unfounded. You’ll also discover there’s no one-size-fits-all answer.

Our minds, bodies, and problems are unique and require a customized approach. So, let’s see what’s the perfect approach for you or your loved ones’ needs.

Treatment Programs: A Vital Overview

Before we dive too deep into the many treatment plans, we need to define what addiction treatment is.

Essentially, addiction treatment programs are plans designed to guide individuals toward recovery from substance abuse or behavioral addictions.

These programs vary from one another significantly. For instance, some treatments can include full hospitalization in an institute, while others require your attendance for just a couple of hours weekly.

Most importantly, these programs aren’t set in stone. The managing professionals can tweak the programs a little bit here and there to fit within your comfort zone.

Finally, addiction treatment programs suffer from waves and waves of societal stigma. This stigma often portrays addiction as a moral failing or a lack of willpower, leading to feelings of guilt and embarrassment.

However, this shouldn’t be the case. You should keep in mind that addiction is a complex condition, and seeking treatment is a brave and necessary step that shows remarkable strength.

The stigma is a mere misunderstanding of the problem; don’t let it get to you!

The Most Common Treatment Programs

Now that you know the general definition of addiction treatment, it’s time to learn what you can expect from one.

Below, you’ll find the most common and trusted treatment plans that various institutes depend on:

1.   Inpatient Treatment Programs

As you can tell by its name, this program offers a comprehensive approach to addiction by offering treatment within the institute itself.

The core of inpatient treatment lies in the thoroughly detailed and administered environment it provides.

It’s an immersive structure full of support, care, and positive energy to help patients get the stable and quiet environment they need to recover.

Another key aspect of inpatient programs is structured routines. Many plans offer carefully scheduled programs with various therapeutic activities to help build new, healthy habits.

For someone who’s been spiraling with addiction, this can be a lifesaver. Plus, some of these programs often include educational elements to help the patients understand more about their addiction and how it affects their brain and body.

Finally, according to your needs, the inpatient program could include the following services:

A)   Individual Counseling

Sometimes, talking about our problems, especially with strangers, can be challenging. However, one-on-one attention from a therapist can help patients develop a deep understanding of their issues and explore what’s behind their addiction.

It allows the professional to create a more dynamic environment based on the response they get from the patient. Moreover, individual counseling can help patients develop healthy coping mechanisms tailored to their needs.

These sessions are also the perfect space to discuss problems that are unique to the patient, such as underlying trauma or mental health problems.

B)   Group Therapy

Once you break out of your shell, you can start experiencing group therapy.  This process provides a setting where you and other patients can support each other under the guidance of a therapist.

How is this better or different than individual counseling? To start, there isn’t a “this better or that better” comparison in these scenarios. There’s what would make you okay and help you recover.

Group therapy can be an excellent process as it can help you see what others are going through and how addiction affects different people.

In a way, it broadens your horizons to the layers behind addiction. Some people take to group therapy from the start, while others can take a bit of time to break out of their shells.

C)   Holistic Activities

Treatment isn’t all about therapy and medication; it’s about the connection between body, mind, and soul to achieve one goal: Recovery.

To accomplish that, professionals look to connect yoga, meditation, and different forms of art therapy with treatments to help patients.

Based on research, most of these activities can help reduce stress, enhance mental clarity, increase creativity, and improve emotional well-being.

These forms of therapy break away from the traditional approaches to help patients feel less like they’re in a clinic or hospital and more in a space of holistic healing.

2.   Outpatient Treatment Options

If you’re looking for more flexibility with your treatment, outpatient treatment plans are your go-to option.

These forms of treatment are perfect for individuals who have commitments to work, school, or family that they can’t stay away from for extended periods.

Essentially, outpatient treatments allow the patients to live at home while attending different types of therapy sessions.

Hence, they offer the patient a simple balance between a healthcare regime and a normal daily routine.

This is a particularly excellent choice for patients with only mild to moderate levels of addiction or those transitioning from inpatient care into everyday life.

There are three important forms of outpatient treatments, and those include:

A)   Traditional Outpatient Therapy

This is one of the most common types of treatment because it’s the least restrictive and intense form of behavioral therapy.

Traditional outpatient therapy allows for loads of free time to complete daily tasks and involves attending therapy sessions a few times a week.

This could be the next step to a better life for those who completed an inpatient program or a partial hospitalization.

Traditional outpatient therapy can include individual and group therapy, where the patient can discuss his problems with the guidance of a therapist.

Some programs include family therapy, which helps explore how the familial dynamic shifted as a result of the addiction.

Please note that traditional outpatient therapy isn’t the best solution if you’re suffering from strong substance use disorders, which you can’t shake off.

B)   Partial Hospitalization Programs

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) provide comprehensive care for those who need more attention than traditional outpatient programs but don’t require 24/7 monitoring.

In these programs, you spend a couple of hours daily at the treatment facility, usually five to seven days a week. However, you always get to go home at night and sleep in your bed.

The main elements of PHP include providing a wide range of therapeutic activities to help with underlying mental illness and issues.

There are also intensive group therapies and individual counseling to explore the issues in more detail and create a supportive environment.

C)   Intensive Outpatient Programs

Finally, we have intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). Those are mainly designed for individuals who still suffer from mental health issues due to substance use disorders but don’t need monitoring, like in PHPs.

These types of programs can include focused support groups, family therapy sessions, or simply counseling to help with relapse prevention and developing healthy coping techniques.

3.     Special Programs

There are times when the patient requires more than the traditional approaches, and that’s where the special programs come into play.

In general, these programs are tailored to meet the needs of a particular group of people and help with the unique parts of their addiction. Some of the most common special programs include the following:

A)   Faith-Based Programs

Certain programs integrate religious or spiritual beliefs with addiction treatment. While not many people join them, some groups find strength and solace in their faith.

They also believe that incorporating religious practice with the treatment can help their recovery journey. In such programs, you’ll find various religious service options and possible spiritual counseling.

This little element, when added to an effective treatment plan, can provide hope, purpose, and a sense of belonging that are crucial to the healing process.

B)   Gender-Specific Programs

There are many instances where gender creates a barrier between people. It’s not a large hurdle or an overly complex one; it’s just rather tedious. This is mainly because our points of view and opinions can differ from one gender to the other.

As a result, there are gender-specific programs that can address the distinct ways in which addiction affects us differently.

In these programs, the professionals usually address the various societal, biological, and psychological elements that come into play.

For example, women patients can benefit from programs discussing issues like domestic violence, body image concerns, and the challenges of motherhood.

C)   Programs for Co-occurring Disorders

Struggling with addiction and mental health issues simultaneously can be exhausting. Thankfully, there are co-occurring disorder programs that deal with dual diagnosis, offering a comprehensive treatment approach.

These programs are vital for several patients, as untreated mental health disorders can affect their addiction recovery and vice versa.

Usually, co-occurring programs include education about the main problem, withdrawal symptoms, and various therapy services. Depression, anxiety, and mood disorders are some of the most prevalent co-occurring disorders.

D)   Youth Treatment Programs

Finally, there are specifically designed programs for teens and adolescents. Such programs are vital because the problems teenagers face are unique and can’t be placed in the same category as adults.

The point of youth programs is to focus on more than just the addiction but the various factors that contributed to its start.

As you know, teenagers and young adults are at a crucial development stage, and the impact of addiction can be truly significant.

In most youth programs, you’ll find a strong educational factor to help teenagers understand the effects of drugs and alcohol on their system.

You’ll also find that they try to incorporate families into the treatment plan to improve communication, address any familial dysfunction, and bridge gaps that can help the youth heal and grow.

Additional Consideration for Addiction Treatment

While many treatment programs out there can help you or your loved ones, there are still some key factors to consider.

For instance, please don’t be afraid to contact your preferred rehabilitation center and ask about their culture and social values.

Programs should be sensitive to cultural norms and respect that such elements can impact the treatment process profoundly.

Another thing to watch out for is physical health. You see, addiction is typically accompanied by neglect of physical health due to co-occurring disorders or the addiction itself.

Therefore, you must contact the facility to inquire about how their treatment plans address physical health issues, such as nutrition and exercise. This is especially important for inpatient treatment programs and partial hospitalization.

Finally, don’t forget to ask about family and friends’ involvement in the treatment programs. This can help you establish a supporting network around you that can play a pivotal role in your recovery.

The Importance of Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

Addiction treatment is an upward hill. Meaning that just because you finished the main treatment plan doesn’t mean it’s all over.

Aftercare and relapse prevention are essential components of successful long-term recovery from addiction. To achieve that, you’ll need to continue attending therapy and possibly support groups.

Though it doesn’t have to be at the same intensity levels it was before, it’s best to maintain a consistent connection.

Also, you’ll need to create a relapse prevention plan that includes strategies to aid with potential triggers and stressors.

Lastly, don’t forget to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise, balanced meals, and healthy hobbies.

Final Words

So, are you ready to make your and your loved ones’ lives better? Addiction treatment isn’t as scary as people make it out to be. In fact, it’s a brave step towards a healthier, more fulfilling lifestyle.

To give you a quick recap, there are three main programs that most facilities follow when it comes to treatment. There are inpatient treatment programs where you stay at the facility to recover.

On the other hand, there are outpatient programs that don’t take as much time as inpatient ones and you’re not restricted to the facility.

Finally, there are some special programs to address individualistic issues. All of these programs include forms of individual, group, and family therapy, and more.

Now, no matter your problem, take the first step and reach out! Each step you take is a step toward a life saved from the hands of addiction.