Recreate Life Counseling offers various levels of care to treat individuals struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction. We believe that the step down approach to treatment is the most effective method.
Day/Night Treatment Program – Recreate Life Counseling offers a true, by definition day/night treatment program, not a Florida model PHP. This means our day/night treatment program is not an inpatient program. In this level of care clients receive 5 clinical hours 5 days a week from certified addiction professionals. They are encouraged to work on any core issues that may have contributed to their addiction. Recreate Life Counseling’s day/night treatment program includes group therapy, individual counseling and psychiatric care. They are held accountable by peers in a safe and secure housing environment. To see Recreate Life Counseling’s day/night treatment program’s community housing, please click here. (then link to the sober living programs page)
Intensive Outpatient Treatment – Once clients complete the day/night treatment program level of care they are ready to step down to intensive outpatient treatment. In this phase of the treatment process clients are given a bit more freedom while still participating in clinical hours through out the week. Group therapy, individual counseling and psychiatric care are still available to clients, just not as frequently as in the day/night level of care. Clients are encouraged to get jobs, participate in 12-step programs and to develop a network of sober supports in the community.
Outpatient Treatment – The last phase of treatment in the process at Recreate Life Counseling is outpatient treatment. As the client continues to step down they receive more freedom while still being under the care of an addiction treatment program. Drug testing, group therapy, individual counseling and psychiatric care are continued at the lowest level of care. This means the client is in treatment less frequently than they were in the two previous levels of care. Clients are encouraged to continue slowly integrating themselves into society as healthy sober individuals.