Horticulture Therapy is the use of plants and gardens to promote individual, mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and intellectual well-being.
This group is a multi-day intensive process group that is offered to senior associates.
The last phase is aftercare. In this phase, associates begin to transition back into society as productive citizens by securing gainful employment of their own while maintaining interaction with the core of the program.
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This group focuses on what happens after the drugs are alcohol are gone from our lives. Sobriety is not the same as recovery and getting rid of the substance that controlled our lives and remaining abstinent is only the beginning. This group helps associates learn to deal with life on life’s terms.
Women face different issues throughout their recovery than men do. This group follows a workbook written by Stephanie Covington, PhD, and addresses issues specific to women as they go through the recovery process.
The focus of this group centers largely on short term goals, such as finding employment, opening a checking account, developing a budget, creating a resume and continuing to use the tools that will help them maintain their recovery through these formative phases and beyond.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy applies cognitive behavioral skills to problems including but not limited to those associates with histories of suicide attempts, self-harm and self-mutilation.
Weekly “in-house” aa/na meetings are facilitated by the associates in the program. Associates in the acclimation phase and above are also able to attend outside AA/NA meetings as the schedule permits.