Long-lasting recovery takes work. At The Haven we believe that an individual has the ability to change and live their lives without the use of drugs and alcohol. The Haven provides effective services in both our residential and outpatient programs to assist someone on becoming the best versions of themselves
Our outpatient program will drastically reduce the potential for relapse and ensure a healthy transition back into main-stream society that may not support the same values and goals developed while in treatment. In our outpatient program you will find strong, like-minded individuals who have decided to participate in order to make recovery from drugs and alcohol a number one priority in their lives.
The Haven’s programs are progress based, clients’ transition from higher levels of care into lower levels of care after demonstrating responsibility, stability, and completing program objectives and assignments. The Haven doesn’t believe that treatment is about completing a certain number of days. We believe successful recovery requires overcoming past trauma and resentments, identifying and resolving thinking errors.
The Haven’s outpatient program offers an accommodating schedule Monday through Friday. We have a variety of services which support the individual to gain insight into maintaining their recovery, as well as working towards achieving their goals and the coping skills needed in order to keep moving forward. At our outpatient program, clients will experience a variety of different services, individualized to meet their specific needs.
Group counseling builds trust and compassion. It is also helpful in allowing a person to see that they are not alone in their recovery, and to help build healthy relationships with like-minded individuals.
Clients receive one-hour, weekly individual therapy sessions to identify and work through issues that may be getting in the way of their recovery, and might not be appropriate to discuss in a group setting.
Because addiction affects the individual as well as their family, The Haven offers education about addiction to support your family. It can also offer ways to recover and heal for the entire family.
The Haven attempts to connect you with as many community resources as possible. We believe it is the “after” that really matters and having resources to create a sustainable life is what keeps people in recovery.
Discharge planning begins at day one. The Haven wants to help you return to your daily life with the tools you need to stay sober. We individualize all of these plans to meet your specific needs.
Aftercare solidifies clients’ new sobriety. It has been shown that patients who have a strong aftercare program maintain their sobriety over longer periods of time.
is a systematic method designed to promote positive self-image and identity, help clients learn positive social behaviors and beliefs, designed specifically for offenders. MRT seeks to reeducate clients socially, morally and behaviorally to instill appropriate goals, motivation, and values. This is accomplished through systematic self-evaluation and goal setting activities. Clients work directly out of “How to Escape Your Prison” workbook, which the facilitator will provide for them. This group is only for members that qualify bases on criminogenic needs. Group meets on a weekly basis.
is a blueprint for change which, at its core, promotes safety and recovery from adversity through the active creation of a trauma-informed community. A recognition that trauma is pervasive in the experience of human beings forms the basis for the Sanctuary Model’s focus not only on the people who seek treatment, but equally on the people and systems who provide that treatment. We use the S.E.L.F curriculum within the organization, which is implemented and facilitated in separate groups for males and females.
is an evidenced based, present-focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It is an extremely safe model as it directly addresses both trauma and addiction. Groups meet on a weekly basis.
is a psychoeducational series that uses the connections curriculum that draws on empirically based strategies to help clients recognize shame as a universal experience and embrace authentic living as a foundation for shame resilience. Topics include defining shame, practicing empathy, exploring triggers and vulnerabilities practicing critical awareness, reaching out to others creating, embracing, and inspiring change. Connections curriculum engages clients on a cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal level.
is focused on enhancing clients' capabilities by teaching them behavioral skills. The group is run like a class where the group leader teaches the skills and assigns homework for clients to practice using the skills in their everyday lives. Group meets on a weekly basis.
The individual meets criteria for treatment, maintains sobriety, takes part in all scheduled treatment groups, follows the rules of the program and maintains personal conduct.
Clinical and Administrative services Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-5:00 PM
Addiction is a chronic disease that results in the continuous loss of many personal relationships, health, career, and the things valued most in life. Thankfully, many insurance plans cover the cost of treatment. The Haven is in network with the following insurance plans:
*If your insurance provider is not listed here, we would be more than willing to run a verification of benefits to see if you have out of network benefits that would cover the cost of treatment at The Haven.
We offer residential treatment services, as well as safe and supportive transitional housing in The
Haven’s Sober Living Program. We provide services for veterans, individuals with little to no
income, justice involved, and who are homeless or have unstable and unsupportive housing.