We understand that people self-medicate to alleviate emotional and physical pain—we address these issues with caring therapeutic treatment, new strategies, and life skills for success in recovery, and beyond.
We acknowledge substance and opioid abuse is a national epidemic.
We treat people as individuals, and tailor your treatment plan to your needs.
Our programs are holistic and use the latest evidence-based treatment methods.
You are supported by your clinical team and a growing community that cares and is involved in your recovery.
The first step to recovery is having a comprehensive evaluation of a client’s substance-use concerns by our clinical staff. Whether voluntary, ordered by an employer or the courts (DUI/DWI), our clinical assessment becomes the basis for the development of an individualized treatment plan.
With a careful assessment of the client’s needs, our clinicians will develop a personalized treatment plan. The plan will include the client’s goals and be co-created to fit with their life circumstances. We’ll verify insurance and arrange placement into the appropriate outpatient program. If needed, we can refer to a higher level of care or help make connections to sober living houses.
Our programs focus on the core issues that drive substance abuse with cognitive behavioral therapies that help clients develop healthy coping skills, support systems, life skills and strategies for “untwisting” thought patterns. Flexible and convenient with day and evening options, the General Outpatient Program (OP) provides an hour and a half group therapy session once weekly. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) will provide a three-hour group therapy session three times per week. Psychiatric services will be scheduled as needed. Family involvement is encouraged.
An intensive outpatient program is offered for professionals age 35 and over. This program focuses on the challenges and strategies corresponding to this lifestage and incorporates the strong cognitive behavioral therapies of our other outpatient programs. Group therapy is provided in evening sessions, three times per week. Age exceptions are determined on a case by case basis.
Psychiatric evaluation and medication management may be a recommended or existing component for some clients. When these services are needed, Compass Recovery Center works with several affiliated licensed psychiatrists who provide the full complement of medical and psychiatric services for our clients. This care is fully integrated into our clinical team approach.
Many young adults are missing the key life skills necessary for successful transition from substance abuse to healthy independent living. Unlike other recovery programs, life skills development is a crucial centerpiece to ours, and focuses on building competency in activities of daily life (ADLs) such as social/interpersonal skills, communication skills, relationship building, mindfulness, decision making and problem solving, budgeting, organizational skills, vocational/educational guidance and anything that may present a barrier to successful independent living.