One of the unique qualities about The Haven is the large community of Alumni support. The Haven Alumni are individuals who have participated in The Haven Residential program, and are now living healthy lives in a program of recovery. This alumni support system provides a vision of hope, inspiration, and dedication to sobriety to the men and women in The Haven Residential Treatment program.
The Haven is a therapeutic community whose goal is to facilitate clients into assuming responsibility for their own lives and sobriety. We are peer driven, with a strong emphasis on the group therapy process. The Haven's goal is to explore the underlying issues that lead to substance use dependence with a strong focus on dual diagnosis, treating not just substance use disorders, but mental illness as well. It is shown that over 60% of men and women with substance use disorders, have a mental health or personality disorder.
A short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behavior that are behind people's difficulties, and so change the way they feel
A form of behavior therapy designed to help people stand up for themselves—to empower themselves, in more contemporary terms. Assertiveness is a response that seeks to maintain an appropriate balance between passivity and aggression.
Group psychotherapy helps people improve their ability to cope with difficulties in their lives. It focuses on interpersonal interactions so relationship problems are addressed especially well. Research shows that it is also an effective form of treatment for many kind of problems.