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    addiction counselors

    Our dedicated and professional staff are experienced addiction counselors with State certification CADC (Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor), supervised by LCADC (Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor).

    If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to either New Life Recovery Center’s adult intensive outpatient or partial hospitalization program. During these levels of care, the client participates in frequent group and individual counseling sessions with our addiction counselors that are supplemented by educational presentation concerning the major aspects of the addictive illness. The objective of this level of treatment to have the client move toward accepting their addictive illness, therefore, enhancing their motivation for recovery and demonstrating ongoing abstinence from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished our partial hospitalization program they attend the intensive outpatient program, which consists of fewer hours weekly.

    UNLOCKING THE POSSIBILITIES OF A BETTER TOMORROW

    After a client has finished our intensive outpatient program he/she is then referred to our continuing recovery group. This group is less intensive and is designed to insure a clients’ ongoing recovery. While in this group the client continues to work on problems in their day-to-day life that may arise and jeopardize recovery.

    The objectives of these levels of treatment are to increase the clients awareness of personal, family and social aspects of the addictive illness, developing healthy coping skills and building solid support system for continued recovery.

    addiction counselors If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to our adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). During this level of care, the client participates in frequent groups and individual counseling sessions that are supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of substance abuse and recovery. In addition, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), will be discussed, medical referrals will be made for the client if necessary. The objective of this level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their use, enhancing their motivation for recovery, and achieving long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished, they attend the Outpatient Program (OP), which consists of less hours weekly.If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to our adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). During this level of care, the client participates in frequent groups and individual counseling sessions that are supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of substance abuse and recovery. In addition, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), will be discussed, medical referrals will be made for the client if necessary. The objective of this level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their use, enhancing their motivation for recovery, and achieving long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished, they attend the Outpatient Program (OP), which consists of less hours weekly.If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to our adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). During this level of care, the client participates in frequent groups and individual counseling sessions that are supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of substance abuse and recovery. In addition, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), will be discussed, medical referrals will be made for the client if necessary. The objective of this level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their use, enhancing their motivation for recovery, and achieving long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished, they attend the Outpatient Program (OP), which consists of less hours weekly.If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to our adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). During this level of care, the client participates in frequent groups and individual counseling sessions that are supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of substance abuse and recovery. In addition, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), will be discussed, medical referrals will be made for the client if necessary. The objective of this level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their use, enhancing their motivation for recovery, and achieving long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished, they attend the Outpatient Program (OP), which consists of less hours weekly.If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to our adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). During this level of care, the client participates in frequent groups and individual counseling sessions that are supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of substance abuse and recovery. In addition, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), will be discussed, medical referrals will be made for the client if necessary. The objective of this level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their use, enhancing their motivation for recovery, and achieving long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished, they attend the Outpatient Program (OP), which consists of less hours weekly.If the client does not require inpatient care or detoxification, they are referred directly to our adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). During this level of care, the client participates in frequent groups and individual counseling sessions that are supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of substance abuse and recovery. In addition, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), will be discussed, medical referrals will be made for the client if necessary. The objective of this level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their use, enhancing their motivation for recovery, and achieving long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs. After a client has finished, they attend the Outpatient Program (OP), which consists of less hours weekly.

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