Our Approach
to Recovery

Renaissance Recovery offers intensive outpatient treatment as well as an outpatient program. We utilize a gender-specific, holistic approach to treatment, employing multiple therapy methods to allow the mind, body and spirit to recover simultaneously.

We start by getting to know you, your history with addiction and any prior recovery efforts. Then we develop a treatment plan to educate you about addiction and recovery, assess your relapse triggers and develop a prevention plan and provide monitoring and support.

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IOP and OP Program Details

  • 90-day program length, customizable to your individual needs and rate of progress
  • All therapy sessions separated by gender
  • Flexible schedule, with clinical programming held between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
  • Case manager
  • Individual and group therapy sessions
  • Vocational program to develop life skills
  • Relapse prevention
  • Trauma, grief and gratitude classes
  • Big Book study groups
  • Experiential therapies like meditation, yoga, sound therapy
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Intensive Outpatient Program

An IOP is an ideal level of care for those who would benefit from intensive therapy but cannot attend inpatient treatment. IOPs also cater to those who have finished a residential treatment program and seek continued support in their recovery.

The first few months after completing a residential program are often the most challenging, as young adults learn to successfully maintain their recovery while managing increasing independence. Renaissance Recovery’s intensive outpatient treatment program helps to stabilize this transition, offering support, camaraderie and continued sobriety skill development.

Outpatient Program

Renaissance Recovery’s outpatient program is designed for those who need a lower level of support at this stage of their recovery. Clients often transition from IOP to OP or from sober living to OP, stepping down the level of care as their sobriety skills strengthen.

Participate in group and individual sessions, continue to work on your relapse prevention skills and discuss ongoing challenges with others. Clients receive up to 9 hours of counseling and services each week.

Clinical Services and Life Skills

  • Individual sessions with a licensed marriage and family therapist
  • All group activities facilitated by a CADC I, LMFT or higher staff member
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical-behavioral therapy
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprogramming
  • Gender-specific trauma groups
  • Long-term success groups
  • Vocational assistance
  • Dietary and physical wellness
  • Spirituality groups and meditation studies

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Gender-Specific Treatment Groups

At Renaissance Recovery, we provide an ideal environment to focus on maintaining your recovery. Our programs are gender specific, as we believe that true growth occurs when barriers are broken down and clients have the freedom to be vulnerable with the community around them, free of distractions.

Initial treatment planning is handled by our clinical director and program director, at which time we can identify any particular trouble points that should be addressed during treatment. These may include grief and loss counseling, boundary setting, trauma therapy and other topics.

Special Focuses

Vocational Development

Our vocational development program begins with an assessment of your skills and desires to create a personalized vocational plan. This program includes helping clients enroll in school, creating a resume, mock interviews, proper interview and work attire and anything else you could need to take the next step toward a successful life.

Trauma

At Renaissance Recovery, we work to overcome the stigma and social taboos associated with addressing trauma. A gender-specific trauma specialist is on site and uses multiple therapeutic methods to address trauma of varying degrees of severity and longevity.

Individual Case Management

At the head of a client’s treatment team sits their case manager. A case manager is a credentialed staff member who stays in constant communication with therapists, group facilitators and psychiatrists to assess each client’s growth and adjust their personalized treatment plan as necessary.

Relapse Prevention

Every client will learn relapse prevention techniques during treatment. Not only will clients be prepared to address unexpected triggers and cravings, but they’ll have specific training on how to anticipate situations and avoid mindsets that increase the chance of relapse.