We offer two types of evidence-based drug and alcohol abuse recovery programs at Rosecrance. While both are nationally recognized and focused on rehabilitation, each offers unique benefits. It’s important to understand the differences, so you can choose the program that’s best for you or a loved one.
Whether we treat you in residential or outpatient care, our goal is sobriety and a renewed sense of purpose for those who have found themselves addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Residential addiction treatment
Our residential recovery programs provide 24/7 support for clients choosing to live at a Rosecrance facility. This is an intensive program designed to treat serious addictions. Clients participating in our residential treatment program follow a highly structured, individualized schedule with limited down time during the day. Research shows this encourages our clients to fully engage in their treatment so that together we can address their addiction as well as their mind, body and spirit wellness during their stay. Classes may include meditation, group or individual therapy, symptom management, relapse prevention and life skills education
Outpatient addiction treatment
Our outpatient recovery programs are designed to treat less severe substance abuse issues. This treatment program is ideal for those who are motivated to stop their addiction, but require a flexible program that can work around their work or school schedules as well as family obligations. We have a variety of outpatient recovery program formats with differing levels of intensity, but the general focus is on counseling, education and providing a network of ongoing support.
We also have a walk-in assessment program that is designed for individuals who seek assessment for substance abuse treatment.
At Rosecrance, we understand talking about a substance problem involving you or a loved one can be difficult, or even overwhelming. We want to support you with an excellent substance abuse treatment program. It’s easy to get started, just call us at 888-928-5278.