Partial Hospitalization Program

The Palms Recovery offers Partial hospitalization provides a structured treatment program as an alternative to inpatient substance abuse treatment. Each client receives personalized care while attending treatment each day.  Treatment includes group and individual sessions with a primary therapist. Our multi-disciplinary team works with each client to help them develop their individualized treatment plan and reach their goals.

How does the Day/Night Drug Rehab program work?

Day/Night addiction treatment for both drug and alcohol rehab is available for those who qualify. Treatment is six days per week for five hours per day. The program is individualized but typically lasts four weeks.

Some of the components of our program include:

  • GROUP THERAPY
  • INDIVIDUAL THERAPY
  • PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL GROUPS
  • FAMILY COUNSELING AND EDUCATION
  • RELAPSE PREVENTION PLANNING
  • CBT
  • EMDR
  • SPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT AND HOLISTIC THERAPIES
  • LIFE SKILLS
  • AFTERCARE PLANNING

The Palms Recovery PHP Program Includes:

  • INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING. IN THESE SESSIONS, YOU AND YOUR COUNSELOR TALK ABOUT YOUR RECOVERY ISSUES.
  • FAMILY PROGRAM. ADDICTION AFFECTS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. THE FAMILY PROGRAM EDUCATES YOUR FAMILY ABOUT ADDICTION. IT ALSO OFFERS WAYS TO RECOVER AND HEAL.
  • GROUP COUNSELING. YOUR GROUP COUNSELING BUILDS TRUST AND COMPASSION. YOU ALSO COME TO UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE NOT ALONE WITH THIS DISEASE.
  • DRUG ADDICTION EDUCATION. THESE GROUPS TEACH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ABOUT THE EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF ADDICTION, AS WELL AS THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SPIRITUAL EFFECTS.
  • 12-STEP INTEGRATION. YOU ARE TAUGHT HOW TO USE THE TOOLS OF THE 12-STEP PROGRAM. YOU ARE ALSO INTEGRATED INTO YOUR OWN COMMUNITY’S 12-STEP PROGRAM.
  • COMMUNITY RESOURCES. THESE GROUPS CONNECT YOU WITH LOCAL RESOURCES AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS THAT WILL HELP YOU GET BACK ON A POSITIVE PATH.
  • DISCHARGE PLANNING. DISCHARGE PLANNING HELPS YOU RETURN TO DAILY LIFE WITH THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO STAY SOBER. YOUR DISCHARGE PLAN WILL MEET YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS.
  • RELAPSE PREVENTION. THESE GROUPS HELP YOU SEE RELAPSE WARNING SIGNS. THEY ALSO HELP YOU BUILD STRONG COPING SKILLS TO PREVENT A RELAPSE.

Some of the additional benefits of a Day/Night program include:

  • FLEXIBILITY OF APPOINTMENTS
  • ACCESS TO OUR MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TREATMENT TEAM
  • THERAPISTS HELP CLIENTS EXPLORE RELAPSE BEHAVIORS AND THOUGHTS
  • ABILITY TO WORK OR FULFILL OTHER COMMITMENTS OUTSIDE OF TREATMENT HOURS
  • ACCESS TO LICENSED AND CERTIFIED ADDICTION EXPERTS
  • FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
  • RANDOM DRUG TESTING

Some of our groups include:

  • Early recovery issues
  • Relapse prevention
  • Gender issues
  • Spirituality
  • Family issues
  • 12 steps
  • Lifeskills
  • Yoga
  • Tai Chi
  • Meditation
  • Career Development
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Communication skills

Family Services at The Palms Recovery

At The Palms Recovery, we believe that addiction is a family disease. Although one member of the family may be the one identified as the addict, we realize that everyone close to that individual is affected. Family members begin to change their own behaviors and act in ways that may enable their loved one’s substance use. Without help, the family may also begin to develop unhealthy thoughts and behavior patterns that affect their own lives in negative ways. By educating the family about addiction and codependency, our clients and their families are able to begin the healing and recovering process.

Through a variety of educational presentations and activities, Hazelden Betty Ford’s Family Program provides your whole family the opportunity to begin your own journey of recovery.

Recovery is stronger when all family members understand the nature of drug addiction and are involved in the healing process. By educating you about the disease of addiction and the different ways family members are affected—whether parent, child, spouse or partner—our programs and services help you:

Work through the chaos you’re experiencing

Set healthy boundaries

Rebuild trusting relationships

Improve communication with one another

Some of the benefits of Family Services include:

  • FLEXIBILITY OF APPOINTMENTS
  • ACCESS TO OUR MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TREATMENT TEAM
  • THERAPISTS HELP CLIENTS EXPLORE RELAPSE BEHAVIORS AND THOUGHTS
  • ABILITY TO WORK OR FULFILL OTHER COMMITMENTS OUTSIDE OF TREATMENT HOURS
  • ACCESS TO LICENSED AND CERTIFIED ADDICTION EXPERTS
  • FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
  • RANDOM DRUG TESTING

Sober Living

Our Sober living offers a proven way to recover from addiction with a slow and gradual transition back into daily life at a pace each individual can learn to grow comfortable with.

The Palms Recovery’s goal is to provide comfortable, quality living in surroundings conducive to abstinence, recovery and personal growth. We create and maintain a sober atmosphere that supports confidence, self-worth and the motivation necessary for a healthy return to conventional living and mainstream society. Our sober living home is a great option to alleviate any concerns you may have about going from such a monitored environment right back into daily life. There are many benefits to staying in a sober-living home, including attending meetings at a 12 step program, creating structure, accountability, and creating a sober fellowship. A big part of staying in a sober living home is creating positive friendships that help to reinforce the desire to abstain from drugs and alcohol. This support system allows residents to avoid the isolation that can sometimes come with returning home while in recovery.

Residents aren’t bound to the sober living home’s campus and can come and go as they please. This allows individuals in recovery to feel like they are easing back into normal life and can start going back to their daily tasks and responsibilities. Although sober living homes are less restrictive than inpatient facilities, they still have rules that residents must abide by, including curfews and group meeting attendance.

There are many benefits to staying in a sober-living home, including attending 12-step programs, creating structure, accountability, and creating a sober fellowship. A big part of staying in a sober living home is creating positive friendships that help to reinforce the desire to abstain from drugs and alcohol.

This support system allows residents to avoid the isolation that can sometimes come with returning home while in recovery.

It further provides an environment to support recovery from substance abuse and addiction for those who are emerging from rehab. Sober living homes provide a combination of freedom and structure to help the person begin to readjust to life outside of rehab. They are set up specially to serve as transitional housing for people coming out of treatment.

The Palms Recovery has all the programs, tools, and support that you’ll need to be an addiction success story while you transition back into the life you know you deserve!

Intensive Outpatient Program

The Palms Recovery offers an Intensive Outpatient Program for those who have completed a residential or day-night treatment program or for those who are in need of intensive treatment but do not require a residential setting. Clients can get intensive treatment while living a life in recovery. Intensive outpatient treatment consists of group and individual therapy sessions for at least 9 hours per week. Sessions are offered in during the day and in the evening, for those who work during the day.

How does the Outpatient Drug Rehab program work?

Outpatient addiction treatment for both drug and alcohol rehab is flexible. Classes are four days a week, three hours per day. Group times vary by location. Outpatient groups last four to six weeks. Many patients have work and family commitments. They may also have school and other obligations. If you do, too, the program will fit your daily lifestyle. You can begin the program right away.

Your Intensive Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Program includes:

  • INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING. IN THESE SESSIONS, YOU AND YOUR COUNSELOR TALK ABOUT YOUR RECOVERY ISSUES.
  • FAMILY PROGRAM. ADDICTION AFFECTS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. THE FAMILY PROGRAM EDUCATES YOUR FAMILY ABOUT ADDICTION. IT ALSO OFFERS WAYS TO RECOVER AND HEAL.
  • GROUP COUNSELING. YOUR GROUP COUNSELING BUILDS TRUST AND COMPASSION. YOU ALSO COME TO UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE NOT ALONE WITH THIS DISEASE.
  • DRUG ADDICTION EDUCATION. THESE GROUPS TEACH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ABOUT THE EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF ADDICTION, AS WELL AS THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SPIRITUAL EFFECTS.
  • 12-STEP INTEGRATION. YOU ARE TAUGHT HOW TO USE THE TOOLS OF THE 12-STEP PROGRAM. YOU ARE ALSO INTEGRATED INTO YOUR OWN COMMUNITY’S 12-STEP PROGRAM.
  • COMMUNITY RESOURCES. THESE GROUPS CONNECT YOU WITH LOCAL RESOURCES AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS THAT WILL HELP YOU GET BACK ON A POSITIVE PATH.
  • DISCHARGE PLANNING. DISCHARGE PLANNING HELPS YOU RETURN TO DAILY LIFE WITH THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO STAY SOBER. YOUR DISCHARGE PLAN WILL MEET YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS.
  • RELAPSE PREVENTION. THESE GROUPS HELP YOU SEE RELAPSE WARNING SIGNS. THEY ALSO HELP YOU BUILD STRONG COPING SKILLS TO PREVENT A RELAPSE.

Some of the additional benefits of an intensive outpatient program include:

  • FLEXIBILITY OF APPOINTMENTS
  • ACCESS TO OUR MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TREATMENT TEAM
  • THERAPISTS HELP CLIENTS EXPLORE RELAPSE BEHAVIORS AND THOUGHTS
  • ABILITY TO WORK OR FULFILL OTHER COMMITMENTS OUTSIDE OF TREATMENT HOURS
  • ACCESS TO LICENSED AND CERTIFIED ADDICTION EXPERTS
  • FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
  • RANDOM DRUG TESTING

Some of our groups also include:

  • Early recovery issues
  • Relapse prevention
  • Gender issues
  • Spirituality
  • Family issues
  • 12 steps
  • Lifeskills
  • Yoga
  • Tai Chi
  • Meditation
  • Career Development
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Communication skills

Outpatient Program

The Palms Recovery offers Outpatient Treatment Services to those who have completed our Intensive Outpatient Program or to those who are clinically eligible. Clients in our Outpatient Program, typically attend between 1 to 3 hours of groups and/or individual sessions per week. They work with a primary therapist and our multi-disciplinary treatment team to achieve their goal of recovery.

Some of the benefits of Outpatient Therapy include:

  • FLEXIBILITY OF APPOINTMENTS
  • ACCESS TO OUR MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TREATMENT TEAM
  • THERAPISTS HELP CLIENTS EXPLORE RELAPSE BEHAVIORS AND THOUGHTS
  • ABILITY TO WORK OR FULFILL OTHER COMMITMENTS OUTSIDE OF TREATMENT HOURS
  • ACCESS TO LICENSED AND CERTIFIED ADDICTION EXPERTS
  • FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
  • RANDOM DRUG TESTING

Some of our groups include:

  • Early recovery issues
  • Relapse prevention
  • Gender issues
  • Spirituality
  • Family issues
  • 12 steps
  • Lifeskills
  • Yoga
  • Tai Chi
  • Meditation
  • Career Development
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Communication skills

What To Bring To Treatment

Patients often have questions about what to bring to treatment.

The list of items below has your privacy, safety, and well-being in mind. If you are not sure about an item, you may call our facility and find out.

If you need more items during your stay with us, your loved ones may bring them to you at any time

Items You May Bring With You to Treatment:

  • Co-payments for prescription medications – cash or credit card (applies to adult patients only)
  • 7 days of casual clothing including a sweater or light jacket and pajamas
  • Currently prescribed medications (no samples). They must be in the original pharmacy bottle which shows prescription information. Liquid medications must be new and sealed
  • Multi-vitamins
  • Laundry supplies (although provided)
  • Alarm clock
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Razor or electric razor (applies to adult patients only)
  • The electric razor (applies to adolescent patients)
  • Shaving cream
  • Laundry supplies (although provided)
  • All over-the-counter medications must be new/unopened

Items You May Not Bring With You:

  • Alcohol or drugs
  • Sample medications
  • Pornography
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Musical instruments (adolescent patients may bring them)
  • Electronic equipment
  • Excessive makeup, clothing, jewelry, cash
  • A musical device with recorder
  • Mouthwash containing alcohol