Addiction Treatment Services Offered:
At Haven House we believe that addiction is a maladaptive response or way of coping with life when individuals can no longer connect to healthier options. What sets these maladaptive coping mechanisms in motion are numerous; trauma, loss, unresolved grief, and co-occurring mental health disorders such as anxiety or depression, are some of the primary triggers that decrease resiliency and increase susceptibility to addiction. The staff of Haven House understands the complexity of these triggers and we are trained in evidence based modalities that address each and every one of these issues. We also understand and embrace the diversity of our clients and know that healing cannot take place from a formulaic approach. We are trained to craft interventions that aid each client’s individual journey to healing.
Haven House Extended care program is designed as a step down for clients who have completed primary care treatment. Clients entering detox and/or primary care are working through their initial acute symptoms and issues that fueled their addiction. In extended care, clients have achieved a period of sobriety and are ready to focus on the skills needed for relapse prevention and a reentry back into a healthy fulfilling life.
Clients in Extended Care continue to live in a safe and supportive residential environment with 24 hour-a-day staff. While living in a safe and sober environment, clients attend Haven House Partial Hospitalization or Intensive Outpatient programming during the day. While this programming continues to address addiction and the underlying issues a new focus is placed on building practical life skills that are needed to maintain long-term sobriety and mental health. Clients meet regularly with our life skills team of vocational and educational coaches to work on resumes, apply to school or find volunteer opportunities in the community. While they are still closely monitored, clients are afforded more independence to test their new skills. The goal of Extended Care is to give clients this critical time to solidify the healing of primary care while they take on the new responsibilities of returning to the mainstream of life.