At our Northeast addictions treatment center, we understand that addiction affects everyone differently and therefore requires individualized care. Substance use disorders can also run from mild to severe, meaning that while some individuals may have the ability to fulfill their responsibilities at home, work, and school – also known as high-functioning addicts – addiction may be more obvious in others. Regardless of the severity of a person’s drug or alcohol use, it’s still a chronic and possibly life-threatening disease that requires treatment. At both Clearbrook Massachusetts, and Clearbrook Pennsylvania, our substance abuse levels of care include effective treatment methods for helping addicts achieve sobriety.

Clearbrook’s Levels of Care for Substance Abuse

At our Clearbrook rehab locations, we follow an addiction continuum that starts with our most intensive form of care to the least intensive, utilizing a variety of addiction therapy programs along the way. Following this scale of treatment allows us to address the individual’s most immediate needs first, reducing the risk of relapse and increasing their chances of completing rehab. Below is more on our levels of addiction treatment and how they work.

Medically-Assisted Detox

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Medically monitored detox is the first level of care at our Massachusetts and Pennsylvania rehab centers. When someone tries to quit or if they suddenly stop using drugs or alcohol, they’ll usually experience withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms can be extremely uncomfortable and sometimes painful.

We offer medical detox to ensure that patients are kept safe and given all of the medical attention needed to stay healthy throughout this process. Our detox programs are led by a staff of nurses, doctors, and other medical personnel who provide assistance and 24-hour support to ensure patients safely get through the withdrawal phase.

Residential Treatment Program

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After completing their detox programs and medical stabilization is no longer required, patients will then be examined to determine the underlying causes of their substance abuse disorders. Our residential treatment program is a form of inpatient care during which patients live at our facility, where they can focus on their recovery in a safe and comfortable environment.

Both our rehab locations offer comfortable accommodations that help patients relax while undergoing our drug or alcohol addiction treatment. Our residential treatment programs are also suitable for patients who do not require detoxification or medical care but should still be stabilized and under 24-hour supervision. This program incorporates individual therapy, group therapy sessions, and daily therapeutic sessions.

Clearbrook Family Program

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Our levels of care for substance abuse treatment also include family therapy, which is geared towards helping spouses, parents, siblings, and children of addicts recover from the impact of their loved one’s addiction. Our addiction treatment professionals take great care to analyze the dynamic of each family and each situation to ensure that every need is met.

Family members may feel hurt by the individual’s addiction or their actions during active addiction. They may feel betrayed, unloved, or as if they couldn’t trust the person. Enabling and codependent relationships can result from addiction within a family unit.

It’s also common for family members to take up certain roles to cope with the impact of substance abuse, which can impact communication and trust. Fortunately, both our Clearbrook locations offer family therapy to promote healing between our patients and their loved ones and teach them how to reconnect with family after addiction.

Contact Clearbrook Today

Our team is dedicated to helping every one of our patients gain the skills and tools they need for long-lasting sobriety. If you or someone you know is battling substance abuse, we can help.

Contact Clearbrook Treatment Centers today to learn more about our substance abuse levels of care offered at each of our locations.