Day/Night With Community Housing
Day/ Night with community housing. Most commonly, when a client completes detox they will be entering our Day/ Night with community housing. During the first six months or so of recovery clients may experience Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS). PAWS are mild withdrawal symptoms that may happen even after completing detox. Having the additional structure of our program ensures clients are getting the appropriate care during this time.
Bright Futures Treatment Center encourages Day/Night With community housing for clients beginning in their recovery. The average length of this phase in the program is 30 days, though we do offer extensions to clients who need it. During this time we introduce outside 12-step based meetings to our clients, this helps our clients develop a routine of attending meetings on a regular basis.
After being admitted into Bright Futures Treatment Program our Clinical Director will meet with each client to determine which therapist best fits their needs. This therapist will be with them throughout their stay at Bright Futures Treatment Center. Starting the client’s first week, they will be meeting with their therapist for individual sessions weekly. Depending on the needs of that client there are some cases clients will meet with their therapist multiple times per week. In addition to the individual sessions, clients will also be attending group therapy sessions during the week. Clients are also given the opportunity to go the beach, or gym after they complete their daily groups.
Clients will also be offered some holistic approach groups during their time at Bright Futures Treatment Center. These groups include yoga, meditation, and art therapy. In these groups clients learn how to get in touch and take care of their mind, body and soul.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is the next phase in the program here at Bright Futures Treatment Center. Clients in our IOP program are required to attend groups three times per week, as well as seeing their therapist once per week. Though this level of care has a bit more freedom , we still ask our clients to attend 12-step based meetings. In IOP clients will start looking to get back into the working field. Clients will be assisted in resume building, job searching, and interview prepping. This helps the transition back into everyday life to be smooth. While in IOP we encourage our clients to continue in a sober living environment, we assist in placing them in a structured sober living.
Outpatient Program (OP)
Our Outpatient Program is the next level of care at Bright Futures Treatment Center. Clients are expected to attend groups and meet with their therapist once per week. In this phase clients should have already obtained a job, a sponsor, and actively be working the 12 steps.
Recovery is a lifelong commitment that begins with the decision to get sober. It has been clinically proven that those who participate in an extended substance abuse treatment program have a higher success rate in their sobriety. Even after completing your care at Bright Futures Treatment Center, our team offers support to the clients. Our alumni program is made up of individuals who have gone through different levels of care here. Alumni meetings are held at the clinical office each week. Along with the meetings there are frequent outside events and activities for an alumni to take part in.