At Golden Peak Recovery, we understand that every individual — and every addiction — is different. That’s why we offer a variety of treatment services. You can choose the treatment program that best fits your unique situation, including:
Our medical detox program is recommended for anyone who has been dependent on drugs or alcohol for some time. During this initial phase of your rehab treatment, you receive around-the-clock supervision and support as our team of expert clinicians help you get through withdrawal safely and comfortably. As you cleanse your body of drugs or alcohol, our addiction specialists also help you mentally and physically prepare for the next phase of your rehab journey.
Residential or inpatient substance abuse treatment is an excellent option for those who would benefit from 24/7 access to our clinicians and staff. Also, residential treatment helps you create authentic relationships with peers who are going through a similar struggle.
After completing residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program (often abbreviated as “PHP”) helps you transition gradually to your new sober life. In this crucial phase of your treatment, you’ll see behavior professionals at least five days per week. They’ll help you navigate the challenges of recovery and develop strategies to sustain it.
The intensive outpatient program (“IOP” for short) offers continuing treatment to those who’ve gone through inpatient treatment and partial hospitalization. Some people, meanwhile, have family or professional obligations that require a bit more flexibility. Our intensive outpatient program offers an attractive option for those who need treatment that fits their schedule.
No matter which makes sense for you, no treatment is complete without comprehensive aftercare. Our rehab aftercare services help you prepare a relapse prevention plan, so you have the support you need in advance. It also connects clients with housing arrangements, support groups, therapy and other resources to ease the transition to everyday life.
Evidence-based addiction treatment programs have helped many others in your situation find healing and happiness. They can be successful in your treatment, too. Examples of this approach include:
Most of these therapeutic approaches take place in one-on-one or group settings. In fact, quality addiction treatment programs always mix individual talk therapy with group sessions.