For over 50 years, Harris House has helped people recover their lives from drug and alcohol addiction. We advocate a recovery with responsibility program that empowers clients to take control of their treatment and recovery process. Certified counselors guide clients in creating individual recovery plans to treat the whole person – body, mind, and spirit.
Continuum of Care
Our continuum of care recognizes that different people are at different stages of the recovery process, thus clients may enter the continuum of care at any stage. We offer a modern 28 day inpatient treatment program, after which clients may continue with several options depending on their needs. The combination of our available treatment options and ongoing support help our clients succeed in overcoming dependency.
Our Intensive Inpatient Program is for men and women age 18 and over who have alcohol and/or drug abuse problems. Harris House provides individual treatment plans for each client that typically include individual counseling plus two group meetings every morning and three group sessions every afternoon and evening.
Group sessions can be either educational or process-oriented. Educational groups cover the physiological damage of addiction to the body, disease theory, Alcoholics Anonymous steps, trigger identification, and relapse avoidance. Topics of the process group sessions include how to deal with feelings in a healthy way, family dynamics and reunification basics, anger management, stress management, spirituality, and how to have sober fun.
Weekly counseling sessions involve both the family and the client in the alcohol and substance abuse treatment plan. Although clients are busy with program activities all day every day, the schedule is relaxed a bit on Sundays, and clients are able to have some free time. Visiting hours are on Sunday afternoons.
Visited 208 times, 1 Visit today