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Therápia is a 12 step based alcohol and drug rehabilitation program with gender-specific healing programs for both women and men. Our program is designed to treat all aspects of substance abuse including dependency upon:
Our staff is expertly trained to help you through your addiction recovery, offering an aggressive Suboxone-based taper down treatment for opiate dependency.
We provide a thorough assessment at no cost to each client prior to intake. We have found through experience that an accurate initial assessment is vital in determining each individual’s level of addiction and desire for sobriety.
We are fully trained in with dual diagnosis and treating co-occurring disorders, including mood & personality disorders and mental illnesses. Many mental health issues go undiagnosed because they have been masked by substance abuse. Our therapists and clinicians are strongly qualified to identify co-occurring disorders and to create individualized treatment plans.
We provide 20-30 hours of group therapy and weekly individual treatment sessions. We understand that the disease of addiction doesn’t just affect the addict themselves, so we include appropriate family treatment so everyone can heal. We also offer experiential therapy activities such as hiking, service work, and equine therapy. Experiential therapy activities are an important part of modifying lifestyle behavior and are designed to allow each client to participate regardless of their physical fitness. Therápia is committed to providing each client with the clinical and experiential therapy necessary to promote healing and recovery through an atmosphere of love, support and respect.
Recognizing and working with the connection between the body, the mind, and the spirit is key to a successful recovery program. Therápia incorporates a customized long-term nutritional and physical fitness plan for each client. This plan will help them balance the body, mind and spirit during their stay with us and and prepare them for moving on to a sober and healthy life. Our staff includes a professional chef, licensed nutritionist, and physical trainer who collaborate to ensure that our clients learn how to live a healthy lifestyle through nutrition and physical fitness.
All residents assist in the maintenance of the facility. The learning and mastering of basic life skills is vital to long-term sobriety. In addition to group therapy, taking part in the responsibilities of facility maintenance helps patients learn to be part of a positive community experience and reclaim life skills that they can apply to the responsibilities of life after therapy.
Though each patient’s therapy is an individual, personalized experience, all Therápia patients will have access to the following elements of addiction treatment:
Weekly consultations with appropriate ecclesiastic leaders as requested
Real Stories of Recovery
"I am a 39 year old man who had lost everything that mattered in life - wives, children, a lucrative business, family and friends. I had given up on life and had decided I was a hopeless case. After trying to end it all one night I decided I needed help or I was going to die or end up in jail for a very long time. I luckily found Therápia...
"I had come to a place of complete darkness and hopelessness in my life - if I had waited any longer to get help I don't think I would be alive today. The transformation I made in those two months is truly astonishing to me. With the help of the staff and other clients I was able to completely change my life...
"First, I wanted to thank you for all you have done for Jeff, our family, and the amazing Band of Brothers. In 20+ years, I don't think I've met a person who could get through to Jeff the way that you have. Yes, you had a captive (no pun intended) audience with him, but, per his own words, 'If it hadn't been Davee...
"Therapia for Women saved my life. I walked into those doors scared, addicted, and ready to end my life. I had lost everything due to my addiction and...
"I started using drugs and alcohol when I was seventeen. It all started with alcohol and marijuana on the weekends. By age eighteen I had moved on to pain pills, shortly after I was a full blown heroin addict. I knew I needed to stop and could see my life going down the drain. Scholarships to college were lost...