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We do not subscribe to a single treatment model because we believe each individual case needs to be examined uniquely. Our renowned staff’s eclectic expertise allows for a multi-faceted approach to addiction treatment. These different treatment methods come together to offer the patient a powerful base for recovery.

The following is NE Addictions’ 4-Phase Recovery System™:

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Contemplation

DAY TREATMENT Medical necessity of this level of care is indicated by symptoms that (though stabilized) have not been reduced sufficiently to support functioning outside the structured treatment provided in Phase 1. Patients in this phase will have admitted that they have a problem with substance use but may still express some ambivalence toward treatment and toward recovery. Patients at this level of care are “completely but temporarily disabled” by substance use disorder, and will not work during their time in Phase 1. Participants will attend group therapy 5 days a week in addition to receiving psycho-pharm treatment, individual psychotherapy, and case management services. During this phase, patients are not allowed to miss any programming unless there is a medical emergency. We recommend that patients live in a supervised sober residence that does not allow visits. We refer to pre-approved local structured sober living residences that enables the patients to attend treatment and not be interrupted by work/job responsibilities.

Preparation

INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT After completion of Phase 1, patients step down to a lower frequency of treatment. Medical necessity/appropriateness of this level of care is indicated by decreased symptoms as evidenced by the patient accepting responsibility to change their behavior per compliance with treatment recommendations, continuous sobriety per report and toxicology screens. Reduction in symptoms is sufficient at this stage for patients to return to work, and to decrease program attendance to 5 times per week. Patients may continue to receive individual case management, individual therapy and psycho-pharm treatment at this LOC

Action

INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT After completion of Phase 2, patients step down to a lower frequency of treatment. Medical necessity/appropriateness of this level of care is indicated by reduction in symptoms as evidenced by compliance with treatment recommendations, patient report of decreased cravings, and demonstration of successfully functioning outside of structured treatment by having obtained employment, housing, and having maintained sobriety consistently throughout prior phases per toxicology screens and patient report. Patients may continue to receive individual case management, individual therapy and psycho-pharm treatment at this LOC

Maintenance

OUTPATIENT After completion of Phase 3, patients step down into the final stage of treatment and attend group and individual therapy once a week. At this level of care, patients will have experienced a decrease in symptoms that has allowed them to function successfully outside of a therapeutic milieu as evidenced by having sustained employment, and report of improved interpersonal, family, and daily functioning in sobriety. Cravings, and need areas, though stabilized still require outpatient therapy to support continuous sobriety. Length of stay throughout each phase is always clinically determined. Eligibility for graduation is indicated by completing all levels of care and continuous sobriety per toxicology screens and patient report in addition to completion of and adherence to all previous treatment recommendations including involvement with a 12 Step program and development of a support network.