Treatment Phases

The following is a basic outline of a typical program. Each participant’s Integrated Treatment Plan will vary based on their needs. The target for graduation is 12 months. However, the time a participant spends in each phase will vary based on their compliance and progress.

Phase I: Intervention and Stabilization

  • Focus: To encourage and enforce compliance
  • Goal: To demonstrate a desire and ability to participate in treatment, maintain medication compliance, and maintain drug and alcohol abstinence.

Phase II: Active Recovery

  • Focus: Continue treatment, counseling, and monitoring
  • Goal: Demonstrate an increased ability to stay in treatment, remain medication compliant, and maintain family and community stability.

Phase III: Maintenance and Reintegration

  • Focus: Ensure stability and prepare for reintegration
  • Goal: Demonstrate continued treatment, sobriety, and stability.