We want to answer all of your questions and address any concerns you may have for the treatment process. Our admissions coordinators are addiction specialists, who will help you through the treatment process—each step of the way.
To make the transition into our program as smooth as possible— and to comfort guest and family concerns— here you’ll find the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions, for your convenience.
We are a multi-accredited, full-service drug and alcohol treatment network dedicated to treating those with substance use disorder in the safest, most effective way possible. We achieve this by consistently placing the guest first, staffing highly qualified addiction treatment professionals, maintaining exceptional facilities, and delivering world-class holistic treatment.
At Seaglass Recovery, we operate on a biopsychosocial/spiritual model of treatment. This means that we treat the mind, body, and spirit. Holistic treatment incorporates multiple kinds of treatment—individual therapy, group therapy, art therapy, and more. We believe this is the most effective way of treating substance use and co-occurring disorders.
Group attendance is mandatory during residential treatment. However, an exception will be granted if a guest is deemed medically unable to attend by a medical professional.
A typical day in residential inpatient consists of five groups and three meal breaks per day. There are also several short smoke/ bathroom/rest breaks throughout the day. Guests are monitored around the clock during this phase to ensure their safety. Guests in residential will also be regularly drug tested. You can read more about what to expect in residential inpatient here.
During PHP, guests attend group six days per week for six hours per day. The day is split into two three-hour blocks— Noon-3:00 pm and 6:00 pm-9:00 pm. Guests must also attend at least one outside 12-step group per day, to which we will provide transportation.
During phase one of IOP, guests attend group five days per week for three hours per day. The day is split into two three-hour blocks— Noon-3:00 pm and 6:00 pm-9:00 pm. Guests may choose between either morning or evening group sessions. Guests must also attend at least one outside 12-step group per day, to which we will provide transportation.
During phase two of IOP, guests attend group three days per week for three hours per day. The day is split into two three-hour blocks— Noon-3:00 pm and 6:00 pm-9:00 pm. Guests may choose between either morning or evening group sessions. Guests must also attend at least one outside 12-step group per day, to which we will provide transportation.
Guests are allowed to smoke, chew tobacco, or vape in designated outside areas at scheduled times.
You should limit personal belongings to essential items like your wallet and cell phone. We recommend four to six changes of comfortable, modest clothing (no profanity or drug/alcohol references). We also encourage guests to bring small personal effects and/or pictures of loved ones.
Due to HIPAA laws, we cannot, by law, release any information about our guests unless they sign a written consent. Guests may ask for staff to make a “safe call” upon arrival to let family/loved ones know that they’ve arrived safely. Since we are a closed facility, guests will receive limited phone privileges, but are permitted one call per week, which must be approved and supervised by their therapist.
Seaglass Recovery accepts most insurance providers. You can click here to check your eligibility using our insurance verification form. You may also call our admissions team at (928) 800-0039 to find out the level of coverage and benefits for your specific plan.
Our Addiction Treatment Options
Our Medically-Assisted Detoxification for Drugs or Alcohol is an 8-day program that uses detox medication in tandem with psychological evaluations, psychotherapy (talk therapy), and other recovery services to begin your recovery process safely, comfortably and effectively. The medication we use is provided through our medical doctor for cases that meet medical necessity— these medications are used as a taper to manage your withdrawal symptoms.
Our non-medical detox program still will provide medications to ease your symptoms of withdrawal (even if they are not symptoms of physical dependency). The medications we provide during our non-medical or observational detox program include many over-the-counter (OTC) medications but the bulk of this program is to begin therapy during this challenging time. Our observational detox last usually up to 4 Days in length.
Our residential inpatient program is a 2-week program that can be extended to 45 days, depending on each guests’ needs. Why 45 Days? “Main outcomes included Addiction Severity Index (ASI; ) Alcohol and Drug composite scores. Results revealed that patients receiving residential treatment for an average of 90 days demonstrated significantly less improvement with respect to ASI alcohol composite scores than patients with an average length of stay of both 15 to 30 and 31 to 45 days.” (Proctor). In residential inpatient, guests will be living in our facility— with 24/7 medical professionals, staff support, and safety monitoring. Our residential program is perfect for continuing therapeutic work and health stabilization.
Our program heavily relies on evidence-based practices like psychotherapy, behavioral therapies, and other highly researched practices that indicate a successful recovery and treatment outcomes. The therapies we provide are on an individual basis and group-therapy model for our daily therapeutic courses. We use therapeutic styles from: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Trauma-Sensitive therapies, and the Group Therapy Model in addition to other forms of talk therapy. Our focus during therapy is to guide the guest towards insight and help her reflect introspectively to make leaps and bounds towards better understanding— giving each guest the power to know herself.
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