Levels of Care offered at Greenhouse
Levels of Care
Greenhouse provides five different levels of care for addiction treatment. Our levels of treatment vary in terms of degree of supervision and structure. A client may move throughout the continuum of care during his/her stay.
Greenhouse levels of addiction treatment care:
- Medical Detox
- Inpatient Rehabilitation (IR)
- Residential Treatment (RT)
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Upon the client’s arrival, our medical and clinical staff evaluates the client’s addiction history, co-occurring mental health disorders, psychosocial history, general physical health, and any ongoing medical conditions. These evaluations help determine the client’s level of care.
Greenhouse will consider any person for admission, regardless of race, religion, gender identity or expression, sex, age (must be 18 years or older), sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental handicap or referral source. To ensure that an individual requesting admission receives the most appropriate level and type of care the individual must meet the DSM-5 and ASAM placement criteria.
Not every client requires medically supervised detox. On arrival, our medical staff assesses the client for current substance use, length of abuse, severity of physical dependence on a drug or drugs, and anticipated physical withdrawal symptoms.
While the body adjusts to a decrease in substance levels, the client requires medical supervision. The Medical Detox level of care lets us medically manage symptoms in a safe withdrawal environment with 24/7 supervision. The client resides in a quiet detox area while being monitored by our licensed medical team. All members of the team are experienced in the nuances of wide-ranging withdrawal symptoms, recognize the stages of physical withdrawal, and understand the associated requirements.
Following medically supervised detox and evaluation by our interdisciplinary treatment team, the client begins the appropriate course of addiction treatment.
Inpatient Rehabilitation (IR)
The client in an Inpatient Rehabilitation (IR) program resides at the Greenhouse facility for 24/7 monitoring. IR ensures medical and/or psychiatric stability and may encourage the client to participate in individual therapy, group sessions, and curriculum programing.
Residential Treatment (RT)
In the Residential Treatment (RT) program, the client receives 24/7 supervision. The Greenhouse staff ensures client safety while the client attends individual therapy sessions, addiction therapy groups, and participates in other therapeutic activities.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
The PHP program client moves into the real-life experience phases of early recovery and aftercare. In this program, the client begins the process of reintegration into work, life, and community. At the PHP level of care, the client attends 3-7 days per week of highly structured treatment consisting of individual therapy, structured activities, and group sessions. Treatment for the PHP client is scheduled in blocks of 6-8 hours in duration.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The IOP program client requires less supervision than the PHP client, but is committed to a structured schedule requiring onsite participation in Greenhouse programs and therapy 3-7 days per week in treatment blocks of a minimum of 3 hours in duration. The IOP client’s objective is refining plans for reintegrating into society and preparing for the transition to wellness and recovery.
During treatment in one or more levels of care, the client works on an aftercare plan to reintegrate into home life, employment, and community. Aftercare prepares the client for ongoing success in all areas of life. This process includes recommendations for continued care with a psychiatrist, therapist, and/or physician as clinically necessary. Each client leaves treatment with a detailed aftercare plan complete with the contacts and resources needed to continue along the road of recovery. Aftercare may include participation in our AAC Alumni program.
For a successful long-term recovery following treatment, we encourage the client to continue practicing the alternate behaviors and recovery skills developed in therapy and groups. We strongly urge involvement with fellow Greenhouse alumni through our AAC Alumni network and recommend participation in recovery organizations such as 12-Step groups.