What kind of counseling and community service programs is available through the Treatment Center? Do they offer private, group, in-house, and outpatient (after-care) counseling services? How much is the family involved in the therapeutic process? What is the ratio of staff to patient load? Are all staff located onsite? How many beds does the Treatment Center contain? Is the Treatment Center a fully licensed facility through the state? Do all medical and counseling personnel hold credentials from nationally recognized schools? How does one pay for treatment received from an In-House Center?
What is the treatment approach to length of stay based upon? What is the average length of stay? How much interaction does a client have with an addiction specialist during the first week? What about the second and third week? Does the addiction specialist stay with the client when they are in recovery?
At Pioneer Rehabilitation, we know that finding the right treatment center plays a critical role in stopping the cycle of addiction. Our long-term approach to treatment makes relapse prevention a signature trademark of everything we do. After carefully assessing and evaluating all prospective clients, we approach professional treatment on a case by case basis to ensure the highest quality care possible.
Our onsite staff of addiction specialists and therapists provides round the clock supervision and care in the treatment of alcohol/drug dependent behavior and mental disorders. Pioneer Rehabilitation closely adheres to the fundamental precepts of recovery as articulated by the Twelve Step Program, and we provide daily discussion groups and study classes in which all residents are encouraged to participate. Traditional counseling is provided for individuals, small group, and families on an in-house and outpatient basis, but we also offer a more experiential or holistic approach.
We want to provide our residents with every available opportunity to address the issues of the past in a comfortable and fearless environment so they can effectively move toward permanent freedom from addiction. Yoga, exercise, and life skills classes embrace the needs and vision of the whole person. Community service programs provide invaluable training and experience to foster social reintegration, stabilization, and job skills. Come and discover the hope and restoration you have dreamed about. Call or visit a drug and alcohol treatment center near you today.
Rehabilitation Counseling is focused on helping people who have disabilities achieve their personal, career, and independent living goals through a counseling process. Rehabilitation Counselors can be found in private practice, in rehabilitation facilities, hospitals, universities, schools, government agencies, insurance companies and other organizations where people are being treated for congenital or acquired disabilities. While most rehabilitation counselors focus on vocational services, in some states they qualify as both a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), enabling them to focus on psychotherapy. Over time, with the changes in social work being more psychotherapy-oriented, rehabilitation counselors take on more and more community engagement work, especially as it relates to special populations.