Our Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors have extensive years of experience delivering empirically evidenced treatment practices. We specialize in a wide variety of topics which allow us to customize each persons program. We have individual treatment plans for each of our clients and tailor their schedules for the break out groups that would most benefit their needs. We offer many ways to learn about and practice Spirituality at the facility including having volunteer pastors in house for services. Our Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors have additional Certifications in Vocational education as well as special populations with our certified Wellbriety counselor in house.
We understand that to stay in recovery it takes a team.
We are in the process of creating a Family program to include loved ones in the recovery process to ensure understanding, collaboration, support, and a team focus to ensure a recovering person has the support they need for success. While we are fully developing our family program, families will be included in various aspects of treatment planning, continuing care planning, and individual family sessions.
As a client progresses through our 3-phase program, they will engage in vocational skill-building, job searches, connecting with outside services to have plans in place for a stable future prior to leaving the facility. We want to help you succeed in treatment as well as in your recovery of life.
Our medical team consists of Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses work closely together to ensure your medical and psychiatric needs are addressed during the treatment stay. We work closely together with each woman’s chemical dependency counselors, therapist and technicians to provide comprehensive treatment.
A Nurse Practitioner will meet with the client within the first three days of admission and will complete a physical exam. At that time the client will be referred to a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who will provide a comprehensive psychiatric diagnostic assessment within 5 days of admission. For women who are struggling with their psychiatric/mental health, follow-up visits with the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner will be scheduled more frequently within the first two months of admission and once the client is stable, will be seen as mutually agreed upon. During the thorough psychiatric evaluation, a history of past mental health issues, past psychiatric hospitalizations, and past psychiatric medications will be addressed. Additionally, current mental health symptoms will be discussed as well as evidence based treatment strategies to manage those symptoms. Upon review of all of the information gathered a mental health diagnoses may be made and psychotropic medication may be prescribed.
Each woman will be referred to a psychotherapist that is either a LPCC, LICSW, PSy D or Clinical Nurse Specialist/Nurse Practitioner, who will meet with her at least once weekly, or more often if it is necessary, based on individual need.
Recovering Hope…….a program you can live by.
Recovering Hope Offers:
- Confidential Assessments
- Group Therapeutic Services
- Individualized Therapeutic Services
- Trauma- Informed Treatment Care
- On-site medical services
- On-site psychiatric services
- Case management for women and mothers with children
- Life skills training
- Coaching to develop effective parenting skills
- Co- occurring programming and services
On Site Daycare
- Our childcare center is located within the treatment facility and allows mothers to have their children in daycare while they attend programming hours.
- The childcare staff at Recovering Hope are dedicated to meeting the individual needs of the children and their families. They participate in ongoing mental health consultation and Department of Human Service trainings to become a trauma informed child care center. They understand how trauma, attachment, transition and distress affects the physical, cognitive, social-emotional and behavioral development of a child. They seek to support each individual child on their developmental journey.
Levels of Care
Recovering Hope offers a variety of programming at various different levels. Clients who are admitted to the program are able to participate in the full continuum of care for up to six months depending on clinical need. Clients are able to follow the continuum of care through residential, day treatment and intensive outpatient services while staying in the lodging at Recovering Hope.
Recovering Hope can also be a resource for those completing a residential level of care and who are in need of extended services to practice and implement skills for sobriety.
Recovering Hope incorporates various treatment modalities, including:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- 12 Step Facilitation
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills
- Trauma Informed Interventions
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy
- Living in Balance and Living Skills Curriculum
- Stephanie Covington’s Recovery Model and Trauma Interventions
Located in rural east-central Minnesota, Recovering Hope provides an opportunity for women to focus on their treatment in a program created by individuals who have seen how addiction has impacted their families and their community. Recovering Hope is founded based on a mission to address the stigma that mental health and addiction have on individuals and to provide compassionate care to those who are seeking survival from their addiction.
Why Recovering Hope Works
Addiction is only the tip of the iceberg when you are working toward long- term sobriety. Our treatment team philosophy revolves around the belief that you have, inside yourself, the resources to recover from your addiction. You just need the keys to unlock those resources. Our philosophy is based on whole person centered care including the mind, body and spirit connection.
At Recovering Hope, our professional staff uses cognitive behavioral therapy and other evidence-based therapies and education to find your own strength, resilience and confidence. Our comprehensive treatment plan is grounded in the 12 Step philosophies, along with psycho-education, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapies, dialectical behavioral therapist, trauma interventions including EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing), grief work, relapse prevention tools, proactive coping methods and stress reduction, along with an exploration of mind, body and spirit. We encourage you to follow a program of recovery by understanding your personal addiction cycle, and we help you learn new skills to embrace the hope inside you—to live a healthy and productive life in sobriety.