A one-year, intensive residential recovery program providing structured substance abuse services via a combined clinical/social model of recovery that extends medical and behavioral health care coordination, employment linkage, psychosocial skills coaching, physical health and education, nutrition, budgeting, legal case management, spiritual identity formation, cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, and life skills training. Because the residential program is not a “come and go at will” environment,
the program meets local, state, and federal requirements for alternative sentencing, drug courts, as well as many other court ordered substance abuse treatment requirements including furlough situations. Residents are not permitted to leave the facility at any time other than for pass privileges that are dictated by a resident's progression with course curriculum as well as the approval of any applicable governing body. Such governing entities may include misdemeanor, state, or federal probation/parole mandates, judicial programs, or any other governing body a resident may legally be subject to report to.
A six-month transitional program designed for individuals who are equipped for less structure but still require accountability through set curfews and random drug testing.
Independent housing extends even less structure than transitional housing allowing individuals to reside onsite without a curfew. Individuals that reside independently are required to submit to random drug testing as a condition of residency.
Our staff realize the impact of an integrated care model of recovery; therefore, we staff a licensed Health Advocate who ensures every resident is extended the opportunity to establish and maintain care with medical and behavioral providers regardless of a resident‘s economic status or ability to pay.
Our goal is to equip every resident with the knowledge and resources required to maintain sobriety and independence. Our staff dedicates ongoing instruction and mentorship that focuses on basic life skill courses not limited to budgeting, interview techniques and resume preparation, and teamwork.
Our knowledgeable staff understand the importance of being able to engage in evidence based relapse prevention modalities as well as the ability to openly verbalize individual successes and struggles. We pride ourselves in the ability to integrate relapse prevention techniques within daily instruction as well as in a group setting in efforts to support residents in their journey to obtaining and maintaining sobriety.
Our philosophy in teaching addicted individuals how to become productive members of society reinforces the importance of resolving outstanding legal concerns. Our team fully assesses each resident's legal status and develops a personalized plan for coordination resolution of outstanding legal issues. Legal case management services can include but are not limited to the following: communicating with state and federal judiciaries, child support offices, as well as any interstate services that may be required to ensure a resident's full compliance is achieved and maintained.
Our treatment team understands the importance of every individual having the ability to define their purpose in life and execute such purposes for the edification of The Great Commission. While every staff member has their own spiritual convictions, the Lazarus treatment team welcomes individuals of all faiths and believes the development of one's spiritual identity is a fundamental key of maintaining sobriety.
Having the appropriate tools to defend oneself from relapse is vital to the success of every individual struggling with addiction. Our staff exerts diligent efforts to ensuring that sobriety tools are integrated within all areas of instruction both in the classroom, group, individual or life skills setting.
Understanding how the body functions can empower individuals to achieve a higher level of comprehension regarding the scientific and physical elements of addiction. Our Health Advocate facilitates ongoing education throughout the duration of the program to teach residents the physical driving factors contributing to their addictions as well as how to properly nourish the body to achieve optimal health.