Through our diverse network of treatment centers across the country, Delphi Behavioral Health Group can offer you the entire continuum of treatment as well as a variety of modalities. This allows us to help you develop a unique treatment plan that is catered to your specific needs.
For many, the first step toward a successful recovery is a medically supervised detox. Stopping any addiction to cold turkey can be uncomfortable at best and dangerous at worst. The best way to rid your body of addictive substances is to go to one of our detox centers, where you will be closely monitored by a physician in an environment that is dedicated to your success and comfort.
Once detox is over, it’s time to deal with the psychology behind addiction. Missing this crucial step can easily lead you right back into the throes of substance abuse. Checking into one of our residential facilities for a 30 to 90-day stay allows you to live at the center while tackling the thoughts and behaviors that led to your addiction with the help of our licensed clinicians.
After residential or CSS, you may choose to move back home or into a transitional living facility while continuing treatment. The most intensive level of this is a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), which involves going to clinical therapy sessions for at least 20 hours per week.
Taking a step down from PHP is the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). This is the same as PHP in that you would continue treatment while living away from the facility. However, IOP requires at least nine hours of sessions per week, which makes employment more feasible while helping keep you accountable for your sobriety.
The third and least-intensive level are programs that are simply called Outpatient Programs (OP). These require fewer than nine hours per week of treatment and are usually the last step before completely re-entering everyday life.
Detox usually involves either immediate abstinence or a tapering technique that lasts between four and seven days. For many people who are suffering from opioid addiction, this method is inefficient. The discomfort and cravings that come with opioid withdrawal can lead straight back into relapse.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) combines Intensive Outpatient Treatment with replacement opioids that are FDA approved and help to eliminate withdrawal symptoms and cravings, allowing you to focus entirely on your recovery.
During residential, CSS, and outpatient treatment, your counselors and clinicians will make use of a variety of modalities and approaches that are tailored to your unique situation. For many, the root of their addiction stems from a mental disorder, one that may not even be diagnosed yet. By identifying this issue and treating both the substance use disorder and the mental illness, we help clients lay the foundation for lasting sobriety.
Your recovery journey doesn’t stop once you’ve completed treatment. No matter how many years sober you have, relapse is always a possibility. Because of this, many people who go through our treatment programs choose to give back by becoming mentors, sponsors, and volunteers for others in recovery and their communities. By staying plugged into Delphi’s treatment mission, you will have access to our support network to help keep you accountable for your sobriety.