is a well defined, individual program under the guidance of a professional treatment team. Upon admission, the client is assigned a counselor and housed in our social detoxification unit. After detoxification the client will join others in our primary housing unit where with his counselor he will begin to formulate an individual recovery program. The Staff at Harbor House is comprised of caring treatment professionals who are 12-step oriented. They will guide each individual on a path to recovery.
will allow the client to hold or seek employment while residing in a safe and therapeutic environment. Each client in halfway care will have a counselor and an individualized treatment program.
is provided for all clients who have completed their treatment program. This phase is extended to each client for one year and is held weekly.
FAMILY IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF RECOVERY:
Harbor House offers weekly group sessions for the family and encourages all members of the family to participate in the educational process of the client.
LIFE SKILLS EDUCATIONAL LECTURES:
Be taught how to make value based decisions and actions to achieve their personal goals while making better choices to help achieve the best in all aspects of their life including family relationships, healthy living, communication skills and career path.
PHILOSOPHY OF TREATMENT:
We address the physical nature of the disease by helping the individual cleanse his body by means of social detoxification program. Additionally, the individual begins receiving proper nutrition, exercise and rest.
We address the mental and spiritual natures of the disease by conducting a thorough psycho-social history and then begin an individualized plan for treatment.
Harbor House uses generally accepted methods of therapy for treating chemically dependent individuals including individual counseling, group counseling, recovery dynamics and relapse prevention lectures, cognitive behavior therapy, motivational enhancement therapy and educational lectures.
Individuals diagnosed with co-occuring disorders are introduced to Hazelden's "A Guide For Living With Co-Occurring Disorders."