The Recovery Place is an alcohol rehabilitation center under a family of treatment centers called Elements Behavioral Health. These centers are accredited by both CARF, an international and independent nonprofit organization for health and human service providers and JCAHO or The Joint Commission, the oldest and largest accrediting organization in domestic health care. The Recovery Place is certified by the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and receives training, support services, and leadership from the association.
- Aftercare/Alumni program
- Program Options
- Medically-monitored Detoxification
- Host of therapy types
Rehabilitation centers often provide aftercare programs to aid clients into their transition back into their normal lives and to provide accountability. Some centers also create a network of alumni that can connect with each other and offer support after their time at a rehabilitation facility has passed. The Recovery Place has both of these programs available. The care professionals at The Recovery Place keep track of a client's treatment and medical provisions after their time at The Recovery Place.
The center also hosts meetings and events and implements a follow-up system as part of their alumni program as well. They also provide a Facebook group as well as a dedicated alumni website featuring a monthly magazine, blogs, videos, and podcasts.
The Recovery Place includes 12-step treatment and 12-step alternatives. The center also executes both inpatient and outpatient programs. There are three outpatient programs designed for convenience and accountability in patients. Clients meet at least three times a week for up to 10 hours a week with licensed addiction professionals for a 12-step program. Physical examinations, individual, or group therapy are options during outpatient treatment as well.
Medically Monitored Detox
The Recovery Place offers detox services that involve 24/7 care by a team of detox specialists. Steps include comprehensive physicals, psychiatric evaluations, and medical history assessments with licensed psychiatrists and therapists who specialize in detox and substance abuse. Medical detox involves using medication to help clients through the pain and discomfort of withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Detox steps include comprehensive assessments, medication, massage therapy, acupuncture, and neurofeedback.
Host of Therapy Types
The Recovery Place works with traditional, experiential, and alternative therapy approaches. The center acknowledges and accommodates co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and personality disorders during treatment. Other types of therapy offered include individual, group, family, EDMR, Adventure, Equine, acupuncture, massage, art, and music. Options also include Christian and Young Adult Rehabilitation.
- Undisclosed costs
- Little information on 12-step alternatives
Promises does not disclose rates for treatment or discuss payment methods. The center does accept most major insurance providers to reduce or eliminate cost depending on the nature of your plan. The Recovery Place encourages potential clients to call to discover how much of the treatment is covered through insurance.
Little Information on 12-Step Alternatives
Though the Recovery Place does offer an alternative to the 12-step program, there is little information about the alternatives. It appears that an outpatient treatment revolves around the 12-step program as well, with no alternative. It is unclear as to whether the program's Christian-centered focus is optional or not.
The Bottom Line
While The Recovery Place provides some impressive therapy options for its clients, those seeking alternatives to the 12-step program may not find the variety they seek within this center. Some unique factors include the accommodation of co-occurring treatment for a variety of disorders, equine and adventure therapy, and outpatient treatment options. Two more impressive features are the medically-monitored detox process and the expertise found in a staff of medical professionals. Because of the inclusivity of insurance acceptance, it may be a good option for those seeking aid to pay for costs through insurance.