Hopesource provides professional Residential Treatment in accordance with the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s Residential Level of Care.
Hopesource’s Residential Treatment is an inpatient program at a facility with professional, compassionate staff present 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The treatment stay includes a variety of amenities including transportation, access to a professional gym with exercise led by professional trainers, all meals, recreational activities, and much more.
Our excellent programming is designed to address people’s most severe problems. Low counselor to client ratios and small group sizes are essential in providing high-quality, compassionate, and outcome-driven services.
Hopesource provides one-on-one counseling that is individualized to each person’s unique problems and goals.
Counselors blend evidence-based therapies such as Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Stage-Wise Treatment.
Counselors develop rapport and prioritize the importance of empathy, genuineness, and unconditional positive regard of each person served.
Hopesource provides counseling in small groups.
Group counseling helps people improve their connection with others, learn skills to improve relationships, and gain insight into problems and solutions to problems.
Similar to the concept of small class-sizes in school, Hopesource is committed to high quality by maintaining small group sizes run by effective, engaging counselors.
Hopesource provides crisis intervention for people experiencing a crisis related to addiction or substance abuse.
Hopesource counselors have special training to assist people in addressing the crisis promptly.
This includes assisting a person in identifying helpful resources, referring people to appropriate services, and helping them identify and use their internal resources to avoid relapse and improve their overall stability.
When the crisis has been addressed and resolved, people return to a focus on the goals and objectives of the treatment plan.
Hopesource provides assessment services featuring master’s degree-trained clinicians. A professional assessment is extremely important in accurately identifying problems that require treatment.
Each person enrolling in treatment receives a comprehensive assessment.
Once the comprehensive assessment is completed, an individualized treatment plan is created that addresses the problems and goals identified in the assessment.
Hopesource provides drug and alcohol testing as an additional component of alcohol and drug treatment. Abstinence is the goal.
The accurate assessment of substances abused helps create a baseline and helps people document that they are clean and sober.
Hopesource staff understand that some alcohol and drug tests will reveal the presence of substances.
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Hopesource staff provide quality case management services to people in treatment.
Hopesource staff believe that people are capable of taking back control of their lives once they achieve abstinence and begin their recovery.
Case management is provided to help people begin to better address the basic human needs of themselves and their families. Linkage to primary health care, dental care, vocational services, and housing resources assist people in beginning to live complete, meaningful, and happy lives.
Hopesource provides three levels of high quality, private, outpatient care: Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient.
Outpatient services consist of individual and group counseling, case management, assessment, crisis intervention, and instant/laboratory confirmation urinalysis.
Group and individual caseloads are small to facilitate detail-focused high-quality care. All clinicians are trained and licensed. Outpatient programs are supervised by masters degree trained clinicians.
The variety of levels of care within outpatient allow for person-specific intensities of treatment tailored for each person’s needs.
Hopesource provides individual counseling for people experiencing mental health problems. Bachelor and Masters level clinicians are experienced, trained, and licensed.
Those in need of medical services are referred to qualified, licensed professionals as an adjunct to mental health treatment.
Hopesource staff believe that work and vocational activities are very beneficial to recovery.
People who engage in volunteer, school, and work activities usually make good use of their time. Too much idle time (or down time) is usually not good for people in early abstinence and recovery from addiction.
Hopesource staff will assist people in learning about community resources, engaging with schools and employers, and achieving their vocational goals.