No matter what brought you into treatment, our goal is to help you build a life in recovery. Your treatment plan at Fellowship Hall is built around your specific needs with a combination of individual counseling, group sessions, and educational lectures on a variety of topics including how to work the 12-Steps, spotting triggers, building recovery skills, dealing with your emotions, and the effects of trauma.
Our Multi-disciplinary Approach to Co-Occurring Disorders
Many people suffer from depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder. We believe that simultaneously treating co-occurring disorders contributes to overall health and well-being, allowing you to fully embrace a new life in recovery. We have counselors trained to address a wide range of co-occurring disorders through individual and group therapy. Our full-time psychiatrist is board certified in Addiction Medicine and works with our clinicians to assist with any non-habit forming and safe medication needs.
Families Need Recovery, Too
Building a strong family support network is critical to long-term recovery. At Fellowship Hall, your loved ones may participate in our Family Program to learn about the disease of addiction and strategies to care for themselves while offering support to you. Recovery is a process. When family members understand the process and where they fit in, communication and relationships improve.
Support Is the Key to Success
As you near completion of our Primary Program, focus shifts to connecting you with a recovery community to help sustain your recovery. We offer an Intensive Outpatient Program, a step-down from Primary Treatment, as well as Continuing Care provided through check-ins with our Alumni Coordinator. We also encourage you to participate in Alumni outings and activities to keep your recovery going strong.