There are a range of interventions that occur during drug and alcohol treatment. Here’s how the treatment process works, what commitment a client must have to treatment, and how our staff and treatments will help a person struggling with addiction to achieve long-term sobriety.
A Professional Assessment. First, a professional clinical and medical evaluation will be performed to determine the appropriate level of care and type of drug and alcohol treatment that is most appropriate and beneficial. This assessment will include: how much and how long a client has been using; treatment history; co-occurring mental health issues; family and social supports; financial situation; and general health.
Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment. Residential treatment is a drug and alcohol treatment program that allows clients to fully focus on recovery in a safe, supportive environment with evidence-based therapies. It includes a continuum of care, case management and comprehensive after-care planning.
A Holistic Drug and Alcohol Treatment Approach. Additional services and therapies complement treatment and are designed to help clients establish a healthy, new lifestyle. Those can include: acupuncture; equine, art and music therapy; psychodrama; spa and massage services; exercise and nutrition counseling.
Individualized Drug and Alcohol Treatment. Beachway matches clients with a counselor/case manager who develops a customized treatment plan based on their needs. That includes individual, group and family therapy, along with specialized treatments like REBT, CBT, neurotherapy and others. We combine this with holistic treatments to reinforce healthy, long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.