Our 32-bed residential program for men provides a safe therapeutic environment with room and board, dual diagnosis classes, recovery and relapse prevention components, counseling and case management services. The focus is on assisting clients in managing themselves in the community. The average client residential stay is about 28 days.
The purpose of this program is to provide counseling and case management to promote mental health stabilization. This is an adjunct service provided to clients who meet the following criteria:
· Are experiencing acute symptoms related to a diagnosed psychiatric disorder.
· Are experiencing emotional distress related to psychiatric disorder including trauma related experiences.
· Have a psychiatric disorder that while currently being treated, is a primary reason why the client is unable to maintain sustained period of sobriety.
Turtle Creek Recovery Center’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed to help individuals struggling with addiction who would benefit from a structured day program. We offer an evidence-based curriculum that incorporates best practices in substance abuse treatment, including counseling, education, and skills training. IOP offers individualized care for persons struggling with addiction, as well as continuity for clients following completion of residential treatment.
Outpatient groups meet Monday through Friday from 9 am to 12 pm or 1 pm to 4 pm, with coffee and snack breaks. A light breakfast and lunch are also provided. Successful completion of IOP usually takes between four to six weeks. After IOP graduation, we offer continued care in our Supportive Outpatient Program (SOP), which helps bridge the transition out of treatment. Bus passes are offered to clients who have transportation challenges. Outpatient clients have access to our counseling and support services.
Clients receive information and referrals to various job search and employment resources in the community as well as to various housing resources in the community, with the aim of identifying available transitional, supportive, or permanent housing options.
We provide information and referral to persons needing services, conduct clinical assessments, and aim to assist our clients to make a seamless transition from one program to another.