Our care team will support you with every step of your journey with us!
Centerstone Addiction Center will always provide a clinical assessment and together, we can help you decide the best tailored approach to you care.
- We will offer you education and safety information regarding all medications.
- You will receive medical monitoring, which can range from 24 /7 to once per month depending on the level of care right for you.
- You will have access to the appropriate level of engagement monitoring including step-down treatment options.
- Tailored treatment is key to successful recovery. The length and intensity of your plan will be between you and your care coordination team.
- Medication Assisted Treatment is always paired with group or individual therapy
We offer a variety of therapy groups to aid in your recovery
Healing from Trauma: Group works on reducing stress, anxiety, and fear leading to a greater sense of security, safety and overall satisfaction with your life.
Recovery Support Groups: Open discussion, recovery focused, supportive groups facilitated by a recovery coach.
Family Roles: Group focuses on identifying who you are, how you relate to people, how people relate to you and what influence these aspects have on your life. Provides tools for changing your life and improving your relationships.
Open-Minded Thinking: Group focuses on how your thoughts and feelings relate to behaviors. Examining these connections can improve communication with others, decrease anger, sadness and frustration.
Managing My Emotions: Emotions are a vital part of our everyday lives and this group focuses on being able to alter your thoughts and reactions to help build your confidence in your own ability to cope with life and gain emotional fulfillment.
Holistic Healing: The practices of aromatherapy, yoga, massages and acupuncture to assist in addressing and connecting the whole person - body, mind and spirit.
Grief and Loss: Losses happen at unexpected times and in unexpected ways in life resulting in separation causing grief and sadness. The group focuses on how to maneuver though the grief process after both unexpected loss and planned separation.
AA/NA Meeting: In house 12-step meetings provided by volunteers in the community.
Nutrition: Group works on identifying a connection between physical health and recover. Explores and establishes a balanced diet and healthy eating habits.
WRAP: Your Keys to Wellness and Relapse Prevention: Group is centered on developing a plan to prepare oneself for the good and not so good days of living with co-occurring illnesses. You will develop a personal recovery plan that can be used to enhance their recovery efforts.
Intensive Outpatient Services and Program: Group is offered 3 times a week and includes a comprehensive curriculum for recovery including approaches that address the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of each unique individual. The group topics help identify changes needed for a return to a healthy, meaningful life without drugs and alcohol.
Smoking Cessation: Group provides education on nicotine withdrawal and nicotine replacement options, explores dealing with triggers and overcoming cravings and works to develop tools for a successful quit plan.
Sober Recreation: A variety of activities including nature walks or beach days that promote interactive and enjoyable life experiences, addiction free.
Parenting Groups: Evidenced based curriculum to work on improvement of parenting skills and your child’s behavior.