Each patient is assigned an individual case manager who will guide him or her through their recovery process.
The educational program related to addiction is beneficial to both the patient and the family members. I was given all the help/information I needed to proceed with recovery and get support after completing the program.
– Ingrid C. (Patient)
Incorporates assessment, individualized treatment planning, education, cognitive behavioral therapy, process groups, relapse prevention, and discharge planning. We also focus on education and support for family members, as well as continued support following the initial treatment program. Meets daily except Sunday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
The family program provides education and group interaction to assist family members in their own recovery from the effects of addiction.
Morning Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Provides a curriculum similar to that of day treatment, with an intense level of care. Meets daily except Sunday, 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM.
Evening Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Provides a curriculum similar to that of day treatment. Patients appropriate for this program have been assessed to have a fairly secure, supportive structure in daily activities. Meets three nights per week from 6:00 to 9:00 PM, and joins the family program on Saturday.
This is my first time in a recovery program. I wish it had happened 10 years ago.
– Kevin G. (Patient)
EXTRA is an eight-week intensive outpatient program designed for patients who have completed primary treatment and need more relapse prevention support. This program can also support those who have been through multiple treatment programs or have previously maintained sobriety. Meets Monday and Wednesday from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.
The continuing care program is provided to those who have successfully completed one of our outpatient programs. Weekly group sessions are led by a trained facilitator from the treatment program. It is provided without charge for one year from the completion of treatment.
For an assessment or more information about outpatient programs, call (925) 674-4114 or (925) 674-4140.
The first year after treatment is critical in preventing relapse. That’s why we provide aftercare during that time period for no additional charge. In our weekly meetings we concentrate on education, the 12 steps, group therapy, and continued individual and family work. We also help you connect with community resources, get a sponsor and, most importantly, work on preventing relapse.
Because addiction is a family disease, we also offer an ongoing family aftercare group, in which family members can continue to work on their own recovery separate from patients.
For more information about aftercare, please call (925) 674-4100.