At Serenity Point Recovery, we’ve taken strides to cultivate the best and the most effective and most well-rounded rehabilitation program imaginable. Our founders spent years researching addiction, detoxification, and rehabilitation, and how to put it all together in a rehabilitation program that not only works but one that works for many, many people. Our services are focused on the complete success of each of our patients.
This powerful approach to rehabilitation is that there is no, “one size fits all,” approach to treatment. There is no one, single program that will solve and rehabilitate the addiction crisis in every single individual in the nation who is addicted to drugs and alcohol. It just does not exist.
Addicts often get jumbled up into this lump concept of being all the same and of having slight, if any, differences from each other. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. Addiction changes a lot of things, but it doesn’t modify the fact that the person abusing drugs and alcohol is still a person. He or she is still the same person regardless of the factors of addiction that are taking their toll. The person’s fundamental individuality is not going to change because of drug or alcohol abuse.
This is the key reason why there is no such thing as a 100% effective rehab program. Each person reacts differently to treatment. One rehab program might have a profound effect on a thirty-five-year-old married mom, but that same program might not work at all for a twenty-two-year-old single man. How they respond to treatment depends on the person, the extent of their addiction, the substance involved, and any physical or emotional issues they may have in addition to their drug abuse problem.
What We Did About That
We sought to reduce the variable of potential, “unworkability,” in a rehab program by creating our own unique, and innovative approach to treatment. We provide an open-ended, results-based, and evidence-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation program. What this means is that we constructed a rehabilitation treatment program around the concept that every client who comes to us might need something different than another client. We put our program together in such a way that all of the clients could interact and work on their recovery together, but not everyone is following the same schedule.
When an addict comes to us seeking help, our trained intake counselor and evaluators will sit down with him or her and work out a treatment plan. Then, we’ll meet with that client a week or two into the program to see how things are going and make any changes to his or her schedule as necessary. In this way, every client gets a program that is tailor-made, for them. We offer a multitude of services. One of the things we realized after years of research was that the more rehabilitation techniques an addict take part in, the higher the chances are that he or she will make a full recovery.
Some of the many services our program offers:
- Communication Skills
- Life Skills
- Men and Women Groups
- Music Exploration
- Physical Fitness
- Smart Recovery
What We Can Do for You
Perhaps the best thing about our services is that the programs are flexible. Remember, our priority is YOU. If anything at all isn’t going quite right and it seems like you might not make a full recovery, we are standing at the ready to adjust and modify your program and schedule to accommodate. We keep track of our clients’ progress as they move through treatment, as we want to ensure that every client has an excellent experience with us and achieves a lifetime of sobriety as a result of it.
Serenity is not a “cookie cutter,” rehab program where everyone has to do the same thing as a group day in and day out. This is a much more flexible program than that. Furthermore, and this might be a real key to success, the duration of our program is also based on results.
More About Our Services
Most rehab programs will send a recovering addict on his or her way after twenty-eight days has passed, no questions asked, regardless of his or her stability in recovery. This is a mistake as twenty-eight days is not nearly enough time to effectively beat an addiction. Furthermore, what if a recovering addict is nearing a breakthrough on day twenty-seven but then gets sent home on day twenty-eight?
If one of our clients feels they need more time, we can give them more time. We won’t kick them out after twenty-eight days, something many rehabs do only because that’s how long the insurance will pay for their stay. Those few extra days can make a huge difference though, and for that we are more than willing to allow for an evidence-based length of time for our treatment programs as well.