At Pathways, we offer a full continuum of care and support beginning with Detoxification to help get you through the initial physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms. At this point, we will make you as comfortable as possible and get you connected and engaged in recovery.
The next step is Residential Treatment. In Residential Treatment, you will learn about the disease of addiction, heal the mind, body, and soul, and receive the necessary tools so you can truly live life again. During Residential Treatment, our clinical team will help you develop an aftercare plan to maintain sobriety and have support established before discharge. We are very family oriented, for we know that addiction is a family disease and affects more than just the addict. We strongly encourage family support, participation, and education.
The next recommended step is Sober Living and Outpatient Programming. Sober Living is a home that is shared with other people in recovery. It is a transition between Treatment and the “real world”. In Sober Living you have rules to abide by, but they are much less restrictive than Residential Treatment.
Our Outpatient Programming begins with our intensive Adult Day Treatment, which is held Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. Transportation is provided from Pathways men's and women's Sober Living homes to attend Day Treatment. Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is provided by attending our Adult Day Treatment fewer days a week. You are encouraged to work, continue your education, and do regular daily activities while in IOP. Long-term maintenance can be provided through weekly, biweekly and eventually monthly individual sessions to address situations that arise through the months and years ahead.
Pathways is so much more than just a Treatment Center. We are a family. We have graduates of our programs that are now a part of our staff, we have an Alumni group that meets on the third Saturday of each month, and we hold fun get-togethers and activities. We strive to stay connected. When you come through Pathways, you not only gain the vital knowledge, tools, and support, but you gain a family as well.
We welcome you with open arms and an open heart!
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