Partial Day Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program
Sagebrush provides outpatient addiction treatment customized to meet the needs of our clients. Our Partial Day program meets 6 days/week, Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm and for part of the day on Sundays. Our programs are designed to create a safe place where you will receive group therapy, individual and/or family therapy, psycho education, support, fellowship, and relief from the suffering addiction creates. There is a way out of addiction and a life of freedom and happiness awaits.
Our partial day addiction treatment program is scheduled six days a week, providing a high level of support while still living at home or in a sober living environment.
Sagebrush recognizes that the journey of recovery is different for each person. Our outpatient addiction treatment programs are individualized to meet the needs of each of our clients. Our clients participating in the Partial Day Program will meet with their primary therapist at least once per week. The frequency of additional appointments depends on your needs as our treatment plans are customized to you.
Partial Day drug treatment programs are designed to cover a variety of topics such as relapse prevention, addiction education, dual diagnosis, behavioral interventions, anger management, communication skills, interpersonal relationships, trauma, early recovery and codependency. Our holistic approach for all of our clients includes incorporating art therapy, meditation, yoga, qi gong, spirituality and expressive groups into our clinical programming. We utilize evidenced based therapeutic interventions to assist clients in their recovery.
An open discussion group is facilitated once weekly for concerned persons, separate from the client group. This group provides client support persons with education about the disease of addiction and time to process specific challenges.
We facilitate a multi-family group once a week to increase family and client interactions and provide an opportunity to work together in a group setting. The group focuses on understanding addiction, managing mental health issues, and working on relationships. It is educational, interactive, and allows support persons and clients to discuss addiction and dual diagnosis in a safe, therapeutic environment.
Group topics include:
- Effective Communication
- Defense Mechanisms
- Relapse Prevention
- Triggers, Cravings, and Crisis Management
- Coping with Emotions, Identifying Needs and Early Recovery Plan
- Relationship issues, including co-dependency and enabling
- Conflict resolution
- Rebuilding trust
- Dual diagnosis
- Healthy boundaries
- Sober support networks
- Balancing recovery with work, school, family, and therapy