During Treatment

Residential and outpatient treatment both have the same goal of recovery. Our residential treatment centers allow our patients to receive more intense clinical and therapeutic treatment by staying in our facilities and focusing solely on their recovery.

Outpatient treatment is best suited for patients ready to step down from residential care, but may also be used as an entry point to treatment depending on the patient’s needs. Medically supervised detox and partial hospitalization programs are also available at some of our facilities.

Residential Treatment

When you think of rehab, you are probably thinking of residential treatment. An extended stay facility that specializes in treating addiction, you will live, eat, sleep and learn there as they equip you with the tools to live your life in recovery.

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Partial Hospitalization

A Partial Hospitalization Program is a slight step down from residential treatment in that you are commuting to treatment rather than living on campus. This can mean that you are attending the same activities you would in residential treatment seven days a week but returning to a sober living facility or your own home at night, or that you attend only a select number of days throughout the week.

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Outpatient Treatment

An Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) or outpatient facility differs from residential and partial hospitalization in that you do not stay there for more than a few hours while receiving treatment. These facilities offer classes, therapies, and other drug, alcohol, and mental health-related services for those who are exploring a life in recovery, hoping to maintain a life in recovery, or too busy to spend weeks in residential treatment or a PHP program.

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Detox and Stabilization

Withdrawal is the most physically dangerous part of recovery, and medical detox is a controlled environment in which to allow the substance to leave your system. Medical detox can be a life-saving way to rid your body of the drugs or alcohol and take your first steps to a clean and sober life.

Learn what to expect during detox

Integrated Treatment Model

At Foundations Recovery Network, we believe in treating the whole person, which is why our integrated treatment model has been at the core of all we do throughout our history. By pairing clinical and psychological mental health treatment with our substance abuse treatment programs, our patients are given a chance to get to the root of their addiction issues so they can experience long-term health.

Treating both the addiction and any mental health issues at the same time is often effective for co-occurring disorders because of the ways that these conditions interact with each other. If one disorder is left untreated, it can worsen and negatively affect any progress made to treat the other disorder. Additionally, the two conditions may be related to each other in complex ways, so treating them simultaneously offers the person the best opportunity to address these relationships and figure out how best to manage both disorders on a daily basis.

Every FRN treatment center is equipped to address co-occurring addiction and mental health disorder, as well as provide in-depth assessments. Most residential treatment centers provide detox and stabilization programs to treat mental health and addiction issues. Each facility has a combined staff of psychiatric and addiction therapists, who are trained in co-occurring disorders treatment. Our professionals work closely to ensure you’ll receive balanced and effective treatment.

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