Category Archives: Levels of Care

How Long Does Addiction Recovery Take?

April 27, 2018

By David Sack, M.D. When a patient discovers that they have an illness, one of their first questions is, “How long until I get better?” In the field of addiction treatment, … Read More

Your New Life Begins Here: Extended Treatment at Fellowship Hall

February 29, 2016

  According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a structured treatment program of 90-days or more improves the chances that an individual will be able to sustain their recovery … Read More

Fellowship Hall Launches New Comprehensive Approaches to Treatment

February 4, 2016

Not just a few new buildings. Pull into our driveway and it’s apparent we are in the middle of a major expansion.  The newly completed Mose Kiser, Jr. Lodge is open … Read More

Referrals Are an Essential Part of Treatment

June 26, 2015

In the field of addiction recovery, we encounter many new and challenging circumstances. After all, each of our patients carries a unique and often complicated story with them. As a … Read More

Understanding the Appropriateness of Outpatient versus Inpatient Residential Treatment

February 1, 2015

Many addiction treatment programs now have the option for patients to receive care either in an outpatient setting or residential/impatient setting. While they both constitute addiction treatment, they have very … Read More

What is Detox and How Does It Differ from Treatment?

November 28, 2014

Many prospective patients, parents and loved ones of those addicted to substances such as alcohol or drugs often wonder about the difference between detox and addiction treatment. Even if they … Read More