The drug crisis has devastated individuals and families all around the country. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), “Nearly 92,000 persons in the U.S. died from a drug-involved overdose in 2020.” We offer a safe and comfortable space where men, women, and pregnant women in crisis can come to find relief from substance use disorder (SUD). High-quality treatment can lead to successful recovery from SUD. The personalized rehabilitation programs at The Family Place provide a structured environment where clients can learn to cope with symptoms and maintain sobriety.
What Sets The Family Place Apart
Our passion and dedication to ensuring your mental, physical, and emotional health set The Family Place apart from other facilities. We believe that anyone who does the hard work and embraces change can succeed in achieving and maintaining sobriety. The road through early recovery is rough – but not impossible – and can include unexpected setbacks. We can help you navigate those difficult moments. Our treatments provide the tools you need to stay on track and overcome challenges related to treatment and recovery.
We have a 5,000-square-foot clinical building and large, upscale single-family homes used for housing clients. This housing offers a private area where you can heal and experience a family-like community of peers.
Our Services and Programs
The Family Place offers a space where men, women, and pregnant mothers in crisis can go through detox, withdrawal, and early recovery under the guidance of expert clinicians.
The programs we offer include:
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- Partial hospitalization (PHP)
- Intensive outpatient (IOP)
- Sober living
- Alumni services
We provide high-quality services to meet the needs of each client. To learn more about what we offer at our facility, visit our Services page.
The Disorders We Treat
The Family Place treats SUDs and co-occurring mental health issues. Our programs focus on providing treatment for addictive behaviors involving the following substances:
- Crystal meth
- Amphetamines/Study drugs
- Party drugs
- Synthetic/Designer drugs
The co-occurring conditions we treat include:
- Bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Social anxiety
If you have a condition not listed above, please reach out to our admissions team. We may be able to make accommodations or refer you to another excellent treatment program that will meet your needs.
The Treatments We Offer
The clinical treatment modalities we offer at The Family Place include:
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Art therapy
- Accelerated resolution therapy (ART)
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Creative healing
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
- Motivational interviewing (MI)
- Music therapy
- Relapse prevention
- Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT)
- Rapid resolution therapy (RRT)
We offer medication-assisted treatment for individuals who need to slowly taper off certain substances. Our clinical team uses the following prescription drugs for MAT:
- Suboxone and suboxone maintenance
The clinical team will work with you to determine if you would benefit from MAT. We do not use prescription drugs unless necessary for the client’s health. In many cases, pregnant women in crisis will require MAT until the end of the pregnancy to ensure the health and safety of the baby.
Holistic and Alternative Therapies
Alternative therapies often enhance evidence-based treatments by providing mental and emotional support. A few of our holistic and alternative therapies include:
- Drumming/Drum circles
- Music therapy
Part of what makes The Family Place special is the continuum of care we offer to men, women, and pregnant mothers in crisis.
Continuum of Care at The Family Place
The Family Place has a unique ability to provide a full continuum of care to every client. The clinical team delivers support and treatment for detox, withdrawal, and early recovery to help clients reach a state where they feel confident maintaining sobriety in their day-to-day lives. Our treatment programs give each individual an opportunity to do the following:
- Learn essential life skills
- Learn coping skills to manage or decrease symptoms
- Receive referrals or information on additional resources
- Join a community of peers
Our Premier Pregnant Program
We provide pregnant women in crisis a safe and intimate family environment. All forms of therapy and treatment in our premier pregnant program are carefully structured to ensure the health and well-being of mother and baby. Every client has a case manager during treatment to help track their progress, share information, and provide resources during rehabilitation and aftercare. For new mothers or pregnant women in crisis, treatment services can include:
- Parental classes, including “Mommy and Me” classes
- Sexual education classes
- Referrals to local or community resources for new mothers
- Assistance procuring essentials like diapers, a car seat, baby clothes, and other items
You are not alone. The compassionate men and women at The Family Place are here to help you overcome the effects of substance misuse and build a healthier future for yourself and your baby. Please visit our Pregnant Program page to learn more about what we have to offer new mothers.
The Benefits of Personalized Care
Every client has a tailored treatment plan to ensure they receive the right level of care that provides the best outcome. Our continuum of care allows us to treat individuals in all stages of recovery. The transition from partial hospitalization to outpatient treatment or a sober living community is easier when you work with the same dedicated group of clinicians. You will grow and heal alongside peers and gain strength from the intimate community at The Family Place.
The treatment programs we offer at The Family Place include partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and sober living. We meet you where you are today and guide you toward a better future using high-quality services and evidence-based methods. To learn more or speak with one of our experienced admissions counselors, call us today at 1-800-501-7796.