Clients that attend our residential rehab adhere to a structured regiment that is designed to be helpful, engaging and limit downtime throughout the day.
Schedules are customized to fit the needs of each individual and provide the healing and therapy types that are most needed to acheive wellness and holistic healing during rehab.
Although no two days of treatment are exactly the same, below is an example of what you can expect during a day at one of our treatment programs.
7:00 a.m. Gourmet Breakfast
7:45 a.m. Morning Meditation
8:30 a.m. Physical Wellness Training
10:00 a.m. Behavioral Health Group
11:00 a.m. Relapse Prevention Group
12:00 p.m. Gourmet Lunch and Reflection
1:00 p.m. Nutrition and Wellness Group
2:00 p.m. One-on-One Therapy Session
3:00 p.m. Expressive Therapies in Recovery
4:00 p.m. Therapeutic Community Group
5:00 p.m. Gourmet Dinner
6:30 p.m. Group Recovery Meeting
7:30 p.m. Structured Sober Activities & Free Time
10:00 p.m. Lights Out
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At Magnified, healing lives is our purpose, which is reflected in every detail of our recovery programs. Our team is hyper-focused on recovery and those in recovery, and each one of our treatment centers is a unique, beautifully designed environment that promotes wellness and healing. Our individualized treatment plans acknowledge your specific needs while also understanding how addiction affects the entire family unit. We will create a plan that offers a combination of medical care and clinical therapy based on the level of support that best suits your needs. Below is a list and description of the different levels of care we provide.
Medical detox is the first step on the road to recovery. Our detox program will see you safely through your detox experience, beginning with a health evaluation that considers your physical and mental health. Depending on the substance you’re detoxing from, you may benefit from medication-assisted treatment to help ease your withdrawal symptoms.
Inpatient rehab is an immersive experience that offers 24/7 medical care and clinical therapy. Inpatient rehab is the ideal next step for most people in recovery after going through medical detox because it provides intensive support and guidance, as well as the necessary time to heal in a calm and relaxed setting.
Partial hospitalization programs or PHPs are less intensive and provide clinical therapy sessions throughout the day and medical care as necessary. A PHP is suitable for people who have a stable living situation to return to in the evenings, allowing them greater freedom to live at home and cook their own meals.
Intensive outpatient treatment programs are a good way to transition from a PHP to a schedule of studying or working. You’ll still see a doctor intermittently and have a primary clinical therapist, and attend three hours of therapy daily.
Outpatient programs are less intensive than the other levels of care we provide and are ideal for people who are in a stable place in their recovery journeys and require less support. Outpatient programs provide three hours of private and group therapy sessions 2-3 times a week.
If you are struggling with a substance use or a mental health disorder and are looking into treatment options, it’s important to remember that your willingness to work with a recovery team is a key part of your healing journey. Once you know more about the levels of care we offer and what you can expect from attending one of our programs, it’s up to you to think about why you want to get better – knowing that your participation, effort, and sincere desire to heal is necessary to make progress on your recovery journey. If you’re ready to get help or have any questions about one of our programs, reach out to our admissions team today.
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