Substance abuse treatmentOur Clinical Treatment Strategy, Modality and Levels of Care
If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, we can help.
Adolescence poses specific challenges as the brain and body develop from infancy through adulthood. As a result, teens may encounter an array of challenges unique to this developmental time. Some young people can deal with these challenges, while others may need assistance to navigate their way through these problems. At Jade, our programming is designed to focus on mental health symptoms and behaviors as they apply to youth development. Our treatment programming works to support young people, their parents, and families on the path to recovery.
“The unfortunate thing about this world is that good habits are so much easier to give up than bad ones”.
– W. Somerset Maugham
Jade treats clients for an array of addictions including alcohol, opioids, methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, synthetic drugs, and other addictions. Our comprehensive services help adults and their loved ones treat psychiatric symptoms and substance abuse issues.
Industry leading diagnosis and treatment is customized to each person’s needs and focuses on symptom reduction, emotional regulation, and skill development. Evidenced-based treatment models include: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Family Systems Model, and Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy.
A comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach based on evidence-based treatment modalities.
We focus on variables that influence both physical and emotional health. Through integrative care interventions, patients will receive services that promote comprehensive wellness.
Improving the integrity of the family system through effective communication and boundaries supports the emotional wellness and healthy environment for all members of the family.
Our program aims to help people define their sense of identity and purpose, instilling the motivation for long term growth and self-improvement.
Social networks that foster feelings of friendship and love should surround the person. We educate and help people develop a healthy network of supports that are conducive to positive change.
Our program works to improve these four components for our patients and their families.
Details of Our Addiction Treatment Program
Our process starts by better understanding your specific challenges. Our clinical team will work with you to understand, assess, and develop a treatment plan that’s best for you. Our outpatient program is a phased approach ranging from a daily program, stepping down to three days a week, then down to once a week sessions. The phase system allows our clients to develop the skills necessary to maintain sobriety and effectively transition into long-term recovery. Through individual, family, and group therapy, our program facilitates healthier relationships, positive emotional improvement, and improved lifeskills.
our experienced team can help with your addiction including:
The Levels of Care We Offer
Partial Hospitalization Treatment
Our Partial Hospitalization Program is a daily 6-hour intensive day program of group and individual therapy. This is only recommended on a case-by-case basis based on patient need.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
We also offer a daily 3 to 4-hour morning, afternoon and evening outpatient program. This program varies between 3 to 5 days a week depending on patient need. We try to transition our clients from our day program to our evening program as treatment progresses.
We offer both onsite and secure telecounseling offsite outpatient services to our clients. We believe continuing support and meetings are crucial to successful recovery. We work with our patients to step down from twice a week to once a month over several months. Our alumni program allows for more meaningful evening groups and community support.
TREATMENT AT JADE
Our Clinical Treatment Strategy
Working With You
Our first step is to better understand you. Have you been to treatment in the past without success? What are your current struggles? Our admission team is here to help. We work with families, loved ones, and individuals looking to change. If you have questions or think you may need help with an intervention, our team can help with entire admission process. LEARN MORE
Clinical Team Approach
Our team can offer you or your loved one the clinical support and safe environment to help them get better. We develop a treatment and recovery plan designed exclusively for each patient based on their specific goals . Our staff of licensed and experienced clinicians, nutritionists, and telehealth medical practitioners are available to help with all aspects of recovery. We have decades of experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment as well as providing specialized treatment programming. LEARN MORE
Helping You Look Forward
It’s challenging to transition into a life of sobriety, but we’re here to help. We work with you to define your goals and ambitions. Our team will help you achieve your ambitions. Whether its helping gain employment, return to higher education, or identify a craft or trade that follows your passion, our experienced team is invested in your long-term success. LEARN MORE
We believe successful treatment takes time and support. We feature an extended after-care program where you’ll work with the same therapist from treatment. You’ll receive routine help and guidance either on-site or through our private and secure telehealth platform. Our participants become part of our alumni community, and we encourage participation, community support, and activism for long-term success. LEARN MORE
Contact Us Today
If you’d like more information or have any questions, please call or text 1-833-JADENOW
Our counselors are here to help.
Substance Abuse Affects Millions
Substance Use Disorders affect millions of people, are prevalent across all demographics in the U.S. and continue to be an epidemic in our society.
The facts about substance use disorders
The National Drug Intelligence Center reported that in 2007 the estimated cost of illicit drug use to the country was $193 billion, including public costs related to crime, health, and productivity.
20 Million People
In 2016, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) estimated that 20.1 million people aged 12 or older had a substance use disorder related alcohol or illicit drugs in the past year.
Alcohol and Drug Use
Out of the 20.1 million people, 15.1 million met the criteria for an Alcohol Use Disorder and 7.4. million met the criteria for an illicit drug use disorder. The most prevalent disorder was marijuana, 4.0 million people.
Help reduce the stigma by knowing the facts
Substance abuse affects individuals and families globally. Knowing the facts is the first step to reducing the stigma associated with getting help.