Outpatient Treatment

 

Health, Hope, Recovery

Recovery Resources treats the whole person, not just the addiction. Our focus is the client. We meet clients where they are to effectively offer a treatment program for their specific needs. Offering outpatient treatment gives the client more flexibility and control over their own recovery. Perhaps the client works full time, or maybe they have family at home. These are two main reasons people put off getting help they need.

Health, Hope, Recovery outpatient treatment program gives the client the ability to get help and still continue with their daily responsibilities. Clients participate with their treatment more often during the week, but they still have the ability to go home, or go to work. Health, Hope, Recovery treatment program includes two group counseling sessions a week and one individual therapy session a month, which have both been proven to be effective in addiction recovery. This is a 4-month program. Health, Hope, Recovery outpatient treatment program is designed to give clients the flexibility they need during their addiction treatment. Each client will receive a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to their needs.

Schedule

Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Contact

Korissa Hoover, BA, CACII
HHR Therapist
100 Elk Run Drive, Suite 221
Basalt, CO 81621
970-379-0634

Program Costs

Intake - $100
Full Tuition - $4000
Required Book - $25

How it works

It is important to repair the damage done by addiction to the mind, body, spirit and environment. These elements of an individual's life need to be brought back into balance for total recovery and success. Each phase of the Health, Hope, Recovery treatment program will incorporate one of these elements to teach clients the necessary life skills that leads to success.

The Health, Hope, Recovery treatment program consists of four phases:

  • Phase One: Problem identification

  • Phase Two: Addressing Core Issues

  • Phase Three: Building Healthier & Happier Relationships

  • Phase Four: Relapse Prevention