We Cover the Full Continuum of Addiction Treatment
The spectrum of recovery for drug rehabilitation is constantly evolving. Alcohol and drug rehab programs are implemented in both inpatient and outpatient environments and require client participation ranging from moderate to intensive. Programs can be anchored in clinical, holistic, 12-Step, and experiential therapies; or they can be fully-integrated with all of these. They can also treat co-occurring disorders. They can be harm-reductive or abstinence-based. They can last 30 days or months.
12 Addiction Treatment Programs Traversing New Hampshire
Granite Recovery Centers has 12 drug rehab facilities throughout New Hampshire, each playing its own specialized role in the continuum of addiction treatment including:
- sub-acute medical detox
- primary residential treatment
- extended care
- structured sober living
- intensive outpatient treatment (IOP)
Our comprehensive continuum of care is 12-Step-centered, integrated with clinical psychotherapeutic support, and individualized according to each client’s specific needs.
Medical detox is typically the first step in the process of recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. Addiction is an disease of both the mind and the body. Medical detox deals with the latter. Under medical supervision, clients are able to wean themselves off of drugs and alcohol, safely and comfortably.
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Residential addiction treatment care (RTC) or primary treatment refers to inpatient drug rehab programs that can last anywhere from 30 days to multiple months and require that clients live on site. Primary residential treatment typically takes place in a highly structured environment, utilizes group and individual therapies, and requires that clients perform basic chores and remain fully abstinent.
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The purpose of an extended care or rehab aftercare program is to provide additional time for structured support and therapy, solidifying sober concepts, and propelling clients in early recovery towards a life of abundance. In the treatment spectrum, extended care gives patients an extension of the work and structure introduced in primary treatment, while preparing them for a more independent environment.
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Outpatient drug rehab programs are often the last step of treatment and coincide with full immersion back into the real world. Intensive outpatient treatment is also implemented as part of our extended care programs where clients reside at one of our extended care facilities and attend IOP at a neighboring facility. Outpatient programs can vary in intensity of support and programming. Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) generally require clients to participate in continued clinical, holistic, and 12-step sessions at a minimum of x hours a week.
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Sober living homes are residential setting that provide safe, supportive, sober environments for clients in early recovery. In the treatment continuum, sober living typically comes after extended care, and acts as a transitional buffer for clients starting work or school and moving about in the “real world”. Structured yet independence-focused, sober homes provide an impactful safety net of continued accountability, sober concepts, and peer support.
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12-Step centered refers to drug rehab programs that incorporate A.A.’s 12 Steps into client treatment. The level of integration varies from program to program and can be as simple as Big Book exposure or as intensive as full blown 12-Step immersion. Core to 12-Step centered programs are the concepts of self-acceptance, abstinence, giving back, making amends, and participation in regular 12-Step meetings.
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Holistic therapies are used to treat and unite the mind, body, and spirit, when one or all parts are unwell. Body-centric therapies such as yoga, meditation, exercise, Reiki, and adventure therapy help quiet the mind, strengthen the body, and center the whole person. This treatment is often used as a complement to clinical and 12-Step programs in drug rehab to help clients resolve physical and mental imbalances and find healing through mindfulness and self-acceptance.
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Clinical therapies are scientifically-supported psycho-therapeutic approaches that help clients identify, dissect, and reprogram harmful thoughts and behaviors. Clinical therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), are often used in drug rehab programs. Clinicians leverage these therapies to help addicts approach and process tough issues related to their substance use origins and triggers. When integrated with a structured 12-Step curriculum, clinical therapies can play an instrumental role in recovery.
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Addiction is more often than not a symptom of underlying mental and psychological issues. In fact, at least half of all people who suffer from a substance use disorder also suffer from a psychological disorder. Both inpatient and outpatient environments can provide clinical treatment for co-occurring disorders so that both illnesses can be addressed. In order to best serve a client with a co-occurring disorder in a drug rehab setting, clinical treatment much be comprehensive and highly individualized to both their addiction and their psychological disorder.
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