TRUSTED TREATMENT REFERRAL
AFFORDABLE QUALITY CARE
Lifeworks Substance Abuse Services exists to solve the critical issues facing our clients, both large and small. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful. We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organizations facilitate change, achieve their vision and optimize performance and productivity.
The Lifeworks 30 Day Therapeutic Recovery Community (TRC) Treatment Program is comparable in clinical service hours and treatment to Low-Intensity Residential Services.
We have designed our program so people that need this level of care can access it at an affordable cost.
Our aim is to ensure that our clients have the best experience while in treatment a possible. We have a high clinician to client ratio to assure everyone get the best possible care. We also have our clients interact with those in our local recovery community to have the experience a sense of being a "part of" and enjoying their new found recovery.
On average inpatient rehabs may cost around $8,000-$20,000 for a 30-day program. Well-known centers often cost up to $30,000 for a 30-day program. The cost of our program is $5,000 for the first 30 days after that a lower level of care may be appropriate and that will reduce the costs. At this level, services focus on teaching recovery skills, preventing relapse and improving emotional functions.
16 plus hours of direct clinical care is provided weekly as well as additional book studies and 12 step meetings.
Conducted in the Lifeworks 30 Day (TRC) Therapeutic Recovery Community Treatment Program
Psycho educational groups:
These groups provide a supportive environment in which clients learn about substance dependence and its consequences. These time-limited groups may be initiated at the beginning of treatment.
• Low-key rather than emotionally intense environment.
• Rational problem-solving mechanisms to alter dysfunctional beliefs and thinking patterns.
• Various forms of relapse prevention and skills training. Didactic components often are supplemented by videos or slides to accommodate different learning styles.
These groups offer clients the opportunity to practice specific behaviors in the safety of the treatment setting.
Common types of skills training include:
• Drug or alcohol refusal training. Clients act out scenarios in which they are invited to use substances and roles play their responses.
• Relapse prevention techniques. Using relapse prevention materials, clients analyze one another's personal triggers and high-risk situations for substance use and determine ways to manage or avoid them.
• Assertiveness training. Clients learn the differences among assertive, aggressive, and passive behaviors and practice being assertive in different situations.
• Stress management. Clients identify situations that cause stress and learn a variety of techniques to respond to stress.
Support groups (e.g., process-oriented recovery groups)
Members focus on immediate issues and on:
• Pragmatic ways to change negative thinking, emotions, and behavior
• Tolerating or resolving conflict without resorting to violence or substance use