From residential medical detox, to long-term outpatient therapy sessions, Amatus Recovery Centers offers the full continuum of addiction-related care. At each of our 11 facilities around the country, our clinical staff implements a variety of evidence-based treatment models, individually designed for each client based on their needs.
Where addiction ends and recovery begins . . .
Levels of Care
It’s your time to break the shackles of drug or alcohol dependence. Ending your physical addiction is the first step towards freedom.
Detoxification, or medical detox, is the removal of drugs from your system, and is the first step in building towards long term recovery.
Your custom detox protocol, designed and implemented by our team, will take care of your physical well-being as you work towards total rehabilitation: physical, mental and spiritual.
Residential inpatient drug and alcohol treatment begins after detox is complete. Once you are no longer physically dependent on drugs and alcohol, you can engage in therapeutic modalities that will help you build and use the skills needed for long term recovery.
Residential inpatient treatment allows you to take time away from the stressors and triggers presented in everyday life, and implement an intensive, focused treatment plan built around your needs.
Mental Health Residential
For those with a primary mental health disorder, we offer inpatient care to treat these conditions during times of crisis . This is not a “lock up” facility. Our inpatient mental health facility provides us with the opportunity to treat you around the clock. We’ll provide crisis intervention, medication evaluation & stabilization and an intensive cognitive behavioral therapy regimen.
At our center for addiction & mental health, we’ll help you see that self-medication with alcohol and drugs is not uncommon for someone suffering from mental health diagnoses. Which is why our facility is equipped to provide medical detoxification if necessary. Treating acute withdrawal symptoms will provide you with safety you need in order to start treatment.
Partial Hospitalization Program
The Partial Hospitalization Program, or PHP, will help you continue your recovery on a part-time but still intensive basis, designed around your needs as you take the steps to return to society.
Whether you are moving from inpatient care or joining a PHP program as the first step of recovery, our team is dedicated to creating an plan for you, based around your support and safety.
Our Intensive Outpatient program is designed to provide you with the support you need as you begin steps towards independence. Whether you are stepping down your treatment or entering IOP as your initial step, our team will create and individualized plan based around your needs, to help you live sober.
Our Outpatient program is designed to give you the strategies and tools you need to establish long term success in recovery.
Whether you are starting treatment or have completed the higher levels of care, we will design a program to fit your needs. Our outpatient program offers you the structure and support you need for continuing care, while maintaining accountability and safety.
Everyone's path into addiction is unique.
So must be their path to recovery. Amatus Recovery Centers provides each patient with a customized treatment plan to meet their specific needs. We utilize a combination of therapies for best results, from group, family and cognitive behavioral therapies, to recreational therapy and motivational interviewing.
The Amatus Difference
Families recover too; we will work directly with you and your loved ones, in order to heal your family and deliver you to a place of peace.
A custom therapeutic program will designed for you, tailored to you based on your specific needs. Our staff works with you on a personal level, learning about your past and your present to help you create your best future.
Your care coordinator is your advocate through recovery, linking you with the resources you need to overcome hurdles left from the turmoil of addiction.
We help you get back on your feet, return to work, and begin to build a life not only free from drugs and alcohol, but full of fulfillment.