Greenhouse Treatment Programs
What will be Different This Time?
Long-term recovery is possible but the client must be engaged and committed to the program. – National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Unfortunately, some people have been to rehab programs that haven’t really met their needs. We hear you. By providing a customized treatment plan for you or your loved one, Greenhouse addresses areas of your life to help find the root of your addiction.
When you arrive at Greenhouse, you’ll go through a medical and psychological assessment that gives our multidisciplinary team a rounded picture of your unique substance use history, co-occurring disorders, trauma history, and any ongoing health issues. By working with you, your primary therapist, and family (with your consent), we can help identify initial goals for aftercare, obstacles to sobriety, and coping strategies to help you respond to triggers. By customizing rehabilitation, we hope is to assist you leada life of improved health, self-direction, stability, attainment of goals, and long-term recovery.
Recovery is possible when you commit wholeheartedly to the treatment process and have the willingness to change. This commitment and belief allows you to acknowledge your addiction and discard harmful behaviors that have hurt you and those you love. When you’re invested and engaged, attend classes and participate in therapy, our program can lead to a process of change resulting in wellness, fulfillment of potential, and healing.
Ensuring your safety is our imperative. Upon arrival at Greenhouse, following a comprehensive medical and mental health assessment, we’ll determine if you need to go through a detox period. If you require detox, you’ll be medically monitored by our licensed team 24/7 to manage your withdrawal symptoms safely. Our skilled medical team is knowledgeable about the nuances of different drug withdrawal symptoms uses tailored detox methods and tapering protocols to safely rid the body of toxic substances. Although everyone’s progress is different, detox lasts approximately 5-7 days.
Factors influencing the withdrawal experience:
- Substance used, amount, and frequency
- Tolerance level for substance
- Addiction severity, progression, and history
- Co-occurring conditions
- Ongoing health issues and general physical condition
Greenhouse’s designated detox rooms are in close proximity to nursing stations for round-the-clock monitoring with easy access to medical staff. Additionally, in consideration of our clients during the peak days of withdrawal, these rooms are located in a quiet, private section of the residential area.
Co-Occurring Disorders Approach
If you or your loved one are among the many people who struggle with both addiction and a co-occurring psychiatric disorder such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, or bipolar disorder. Greenhouse programs provide integrated treatment that simultaneously addresses both issues. You will actively work with our clinical team trained in dual diagnosis to help your develop new behaviors and coping skills to manage not only your substance use but the symptoms of your behavioral health issues that may lead to relapse.
Curriculum for Change
Embracing Change: Recovery for Life is an interactive series of exercises that focuses on the treatment of addiction and co-occurring disorders. We developed this program using research-based practices, self-reflection, and cognitive exercises that help our clients learn to recognize and regulate their emotions in response to triggers to drink or use drugs.
We consider this curriculum to be a primary strength and differentiator for our treatment program. Our curriculum workbooks engages you or your loved one with journaling exercises, ideas for growth through self-examination, aftercare coping strategies, addiction information, and 12-step philosophies. Rather than receiving general information on recovery topics, you are invited to work through the program using the richness of their unique experiences to the recovery journey.
We encourage you to keep and review your completed curriculum workbooks for personal reflection and as part of your long-term recovery process that continues beyond treatment.
Length of Program Stay
Every client’s length of stay at Greenhouse varies depending on their clinical needs. Your program stay will be determined according to your unique set of circumstances including your progress while in treatment, ability to manage co-occurring conditions, need for support services following program completion, and insurance coverage.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) research has demonstrated that long-term recovery is related to length of treatment. In terms of continued long-term sobriety, the most effective treatment length is the 90-day program.
Greenhouse 90-day Brand Promise
If you successfully complete our 90-day inpatient treatment program, we guarantee you’ll stay clean and sober, or you can return for a complimentary 30 days of treatment.
Up to 30 Free Days of Treatment
In the event of a relapse at any time post-treatment, American Addiction Centers, Inc., will provide qualified individuals with up to an additional 30 consecutive days of treatment at one of its facilities at no additional cost to you.
With your consent, Greenhouse invites your family members, spouses, partners, and children to participate in periodic family therapy sessions. During your treatment program, these sessions can be helpful in supporting, reinforcing, and strengthening post-treatment recovery efforts. All individuals who play an important part in your recovery are encouraged to attend these sessions onsite or via conference calls.
The transition from a residential treatment program back into the “real” world can be daunting and stressful. Because of this, we help you or your loved one begin working on an aftercare plan at admission instead of waiting until after program graduation. While in treatment, during group discussions and sessions with your primary therapist, case manager, and recovery peers, and activities you’ll have the opportunity to discuss aftercare and recovery topics. By identifying triggers that may derail your recovery, it’s possible to develop coping strategies and alternate responses to substance use and difficult situations. Working on these as a part of your program can prepare you for life after treatment.
To help with your transition we recommend involvement with the sober community or joining recovery organizations. Involvement includes participation in local 12-Step meetings, getting together with fellow Greenhouse alumni, and joining recovery advocacy groups.
As a part of continued care after residential treatment, you may want to seek out a structured outpatient program to maintain a structured schedule as you continue to work on your recovery. Greenhouse offers Outpatient Programs (OP) at the Greenhouse Outpatient Center located in nearby Arlington, Texas.
Sober Living Referrals
If you benefit from a structured daily schedule surrounded by others also working on their recovery, our clinical staff can make a recommendation for local Sober Living options.