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Individualized Treatment Programs For Every Situation

Knowing how many different people struggle with the disease of addiction, we at Taylor Recovery Center have put in motion a number of different programs designed to help support all of those who reach out to us in their time of need. We offer residential treatment, partial hospitalization, outpatient treatment, and the added bonus of sober living so that whatever needs our patients have, they can be tended to.

Intensive Outpatient Rehab Program

Not all addictions are like those that are highlighted on TV or social media. In fact, millions of substance use disorders do not reach catastrophic ends at all. Of the nearly 22 million people with a substance use dis...

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Partial Hospitalization Treatment Programs

Addiction is an extremely complex, multi-layered disease that does not just affect certain parts of one’s life. No matter how mild or severe one’s addiction is, consequences upon consequences of his or her use can ...

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Residential Treatment

There are times when inpatient, residential addiction treatment is needed to provide the individual with the highest probability of success. For some, intensive outpatient treatment along with 12-step meeting will be all that is needed. For the rest,...

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Sober Living Apartments

Addiction treatment is not a one-stop shop for most people, primarily because this particular disease is not always easy to treat. When someone has an addiction to drugs or alcohol, every ounce of their being can becom...

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Programs at Taylor Recovery Center

Every person with an addiction to one or more substances experiences that addiction in his or her own way. Some people might completely lose themselves to their substance use disorder, while others continue to be high functioning without suffering many consequences of their use. Because of the vast differences in one substance use disorder from the next, there cannot only be one form of professional addiction treatment to meet the needs of all those struggling with addiction. Instead, there must be several different approaches to treatment to help several different populations of addicts and alcoholics.

When someone who is addicted to a substance like alcohol, heroin, or cocaine reaches out for professional help, one of the first things that will need to be determined is what type of treatment program he or she will enter into. Some factors that are considered when making this decision include the following:

  • The severity of the substance use disorder
  • How long the substance use disorder has been occurring
  • How many substances are being abused at a time
  • The patient’s current mental health status
  • Past history of attending professional treatment

The programs at Taylor Recovery Center are able to meet all those in need where they are at in their addiction. Someone who is severely addicted to opioids and who has made several attempts to get sober but has been unable to accomplish that goal may be directed towards residential treatment, while someone who is fresh in his or her addiction and has not suffered any serious repercussions of his or her use might be encouraged to participate in outpatient treatment.  The way in which these decisions are made are not only done through considering factors such as those above, but also by assessing and evaluating each patient’s history, relationship with addictive substances, and his or her goals for recovery.

Types of Programs at Taylor Recovery Center

Knowing how many different people struggle with the disease of addiction, we at Taylor Recovery Center have put in motion a number of different programs designed to help support all of those who reach out to us in their time of need. We offer residential treatment, partial hospitalization, outpatient treatment, and the added bonus of sober living so that whatever needs our patients have, they can be tended to.

Residential treatment

When most people think of addiction treatment, they immediately envision going off to a rehab and staying there for an extended period of time. This is known as residential treatment, or inpatient treatment. It is an extremely common type of addiction treatment program throughout treatment centers nationwide, including at Taylor Recovery Center. Residential treatment is an ideal fit for someone who:

  • Is severely addicted to drugs and/or alcohol
  • Has made numerous attempts to get sober but has not been successful
  • Is abusing several different substances simultaneously
  • Is experiencing one or more mental health conditions in conjunction with the addiction

Being the top level of addiction treatment available, residential treatment offers patients many services designed to help them put an end to their substance use disorder once and for all. For example, many patients in residential treatment begin their treatment in detox. Detox is the process of clearing the body of all addictive and mind-altering substances. It is during this time that patients can experience withdrawal symptoms associated with the substances they were abusing. Medical professionals on staff can help patients through this difficult time by providing prescription medications and/or over-the-counter medications to ease symptoms such as stomachaches, headaches, muscle cramping, nausea, diarrhea, etc. When the patient is done detoxing, he or she can begin full participation in therapy.

To address all psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs, patients in residential treatment tend to participate in some or all of the following therapies:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Experiential therapy

When the patient has completed his or her treatment at Taylor Recovery Center, he or she can continue to engage in therapy on his or her own so that the work that was being done in treatment can resume if desired.

The residential treatment program at Taylor Recovery Center requires patients to live at the facility for 30-90 days, depending on treatment needs and progress.

Partial hospitalization

The partial hospitalization program at Taylor Recovery Center is geared towards patients who have one or more medical needs that require professional attention on a regular basis, but do not need to be supervised 24/7, who also need therapy for their substance use disorder.

This specific program occurs on an outpatient basis, meaning that patients continue to live at home or in a sober living environment but go to the facility up to seven days a week for medical and psychological care. Patients who enroll in this program and who have a physical health condition must be healthy enough to manage their own care when at home or away from the facility. In the event that a patient’s health does not improve or regresses, he or she may need to leave the program until once again stabilized enough to participate.

Partial hospitalization is similar to an intensive outpatient program in regards to the time spent at the facility and the kinds of therapies that are offered. This program requires patients to commit to going to the facility several (if not all) days a week and spending the majority of the day there. While in attendance, patients will participate in individual therapy, where they can work one-on-one with a trained therapist. They will also do lots of therapeutic work with other patients through group therapy sessions, process groups, relapse prevention classes, life skills classes, etc.  

This specific type of program at Taylor Recovery Center provides patients with consistent structure, allowing for them to rebuild their lives post-active addiction.

Outpatient treatment

Outpatient treatment is an addiction treatment option for those who have a mild to moderate substance use disorder, who have already participated in other levels of addiction treatment, or who cannot take any time out of their schedules to obtain more intensive treatment.

Allowing patients to continue to live at home but requiring them to come to the facility for treatment a few days per week, outpatient treatment helps patients to balance their lives by incorporating treatment into their schedules rather than halting all other activity in their lives to focus solely on addiction treatment. Because this is the nature of outpatient treatment, it is not a form of care that is recommended for those who need more hands-on treatment like what is offered through residential treatment or partial hospitalization programs.

Participating in several different therapies, ranging from individual therapy and group therapy to family therapy and experiential therapy, patients can benefit in a number of ways when enrolled in outpatient treatment. Some of these benefits include:

  • Learning how to prevent relapse
  • Being able to apply new skills to everyday life immediately after learning them
  • Having the freedom to work on rebuilding a life outside of treatment while still receiving care
  • Developing bonds with others in recovery that can help serve as support throughout this process
  • Becoming connected to the recovery community through this program and participation in other outpatient events, such as attending 12-Step meetings

Outpatient treatment lasts anywhere from 6-8 weeks on average. This particular program is also ideal for those who have already completed treatment, but who have relapsed and require an extra helping hand to get back on their feet.

Sober living

The sober living program at Taylor Recovery Center offers patients an exclusive look into what their everyday lives will look like after treatment, but without taking the safety net out from underneath them.

Those participating in sober living will move into a house, apartment, or other living area with others who are also in the program and who are striving to establish and maintain their recovery. It is common for individuals to be participating in partial hospitalization programs or outpatient treatment while in sober living, which helps build comradery and support between roommates. It also adds a layer of accountability to the mix, as it is much harder to stray from treatment or recovery when frequently in the presence of others who are making countless attempts to stay sober.

Get Addiction Treatment Right Now

At Taylor Recovery Center, we know just how painful it can be to continue to live with a substance use disorder, especially if you want nothing more than to stop using. We also know that ending use is not nearly as easy as just no longer shooting up, taking pills, drinking, or snorting drugs. It takes an exceptional amount of effort and dedication to make an active addiction a thing of the past.

If you are ready to face your substance use disorder head-on and make the changes needed to live a life free from the chains of addiction, reach out to us at Taylor Recovery Center right now. We can help you end your use, achieve your recovery goals, and turn your life around for the better.

Do not wait. Call us now.

You or your loved one can be in treatment today.

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