Clearbrook Manor is located in a rural area, providing a quiet and tranquil setting. Since 1980, the Manor has been offering high quality, affordable treatment for adults suffering from the disease of alcoholism and/or chemical dependency.
Clearbrook Manor is a private, not-for-profit, sub acute, freestanding Adult Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center. The co-ed facility admits patients who are at least 18 years old, and have sufficient hearing, speech, and verbal skills to effectively participate in the therapy offered. These candidates must be ambulatory and without psychiatric disorders which would prohibit their benefiting from the therapy, or would serve as an obstacle to other patient's personal safety and recovery efforts.
Our 28-day treatment program is divided into two distinct components, including the detox portion, which is a non-hospital, sub-acute, medically monitored program and provides round the clock nursing. The second component is our Primary Care Program, which is based upon the belief that alcoholism and chemical dependency are primary diseases. Our approach to understanding and treating the disease of addiction is based largely upon the philosophy and principles of Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous.
Patients participate in both individual and group counseling, each of which is conducted by the patients' primary counselors. In addition to individual and group sessions, patients participate in an intense daily schedule of activities, including lectures, discussions, gender, and special needs groups. Patients are also required to attend daily AA/NA meetings that are held in-house or community-based.
Clearbrook believes that establishing a comfort level and familiarity with the various types of AA/NA meetings is key to assisting the patient in developing a commitment to continue utilizing these meetings following their discharge from the Manor. Discharge planning begins the moment the patient is admitted to Clearbrook Manor and concludes with the patient reviewing, agreeing to and signing a commitment to a specialized after care plan. The discharge plan will include patient communication with a recovering individual who will meet the patient immediately after discharge, familiarizing him or her with local AA/NA meetings and introducing them to people within those groups.