The Gate House residential programs are licensed, community-based treatment facilities designed to offer extended time in treatment to individuals who have completed a primary detoxification/rehabilitation stay. We strive to address the bio-psychosocial effects of addiction, and help men and women re-enter the community as productive members of society. The average length of stay is three to six months, and in that time residents can expect to work with the treatment team to address barriers to recovery, while practicing life skills and connecting with local 12-step groups. All counseling and treatment groups are facilitated by professional and credentialed members of the treatment team. Within a safe, supportive, home-like environment, residents are able to focus on and resolve their individual core issues and factors contributing to addiction and relapse.
- Individualized treatment planning, including residents in decisions about their course of treatment
- Participation in individual, group, and family counseling with certified professionals
- Daily attendance and participation in peer groups
- Vocational counseling and employment readiness
- Daily 12-step meeting attendance and regular involvement in 12-step fellowship
- Life skills education classes including: budgeting, parenting, interpersonal communications, nutritional meal planning and preparation, health and wellness, healthy relationships, self-esteem workshops, and conflict resolution
- Consultations and referrals to other professionals, including psychiatric services and spiritual counseling, are made readily available
- Planned recreational activities are provided for leisure and enjoyment
- Comprehensive discharge planning includes relapse prevention and continuing care
- Post-treatment support includes transitional housing, weekly aftercare group, and an active alumni association
The effects and consequences of addiction can manifest differently in men and women. As a result, The Gate House has established gender-separate programs and facilities to treat the individual needs of each population. This may include co-occurring disorders such as depression and anxiety that must also be addressed in early recovery. Residents typically experience three phases of treatment in which different aspects of recovery are identified and addressed with a credentialed counselor. Please scroll below to download the Weekly Schedules for each program.
Phase IDuring Phase I, residents become acclimated with the guidelines and routines of The Gate House. The daily schedule incorporates individual and peer group counseling sessions, recreational activities, health and nutrition education, life skills, and spirituality lectures. Residents establish a relationship with their counselor and develop treatment goals to address underlying barriers to recovery and self-defeating behavior patterns. Additionally, residents form relationships with their peers, and connections with the recovering community to build a solid support system.
Phase IIResidents progress to Phase II when they have met their initial, individual treatment goals. In Phase II they begin to look outside of the facility to obtain employment or volunteer work, and utilize other community supports as necessary. Residents practice their new-found recovery life skills during constructive weekend activities, and develop an understanding of their own personal values, morals, and beliefs.
Phase IIIAfter successful completion of Phase II, residents will begin to look ahead to their future after The Gate House. They will begin implementing the skills they’ve learned throughout treatment, as well as balancing various responsibilities within treatment and out. Discharge planning includes relapse prevention, budgeting, housing, outpatient services, and support network.
We strive to accommodate residents and their families so that care and services can be provided.
- Admission Fee (non refundable) = $750.00
- Monthly Fee (30 Days) = $4,050
- Intake and documentation
- Orientation to the treatment program
- Bio-psycho-social assessment and interpretive summary
- Individualized treatment plan
At time of departure (for all discharge types):
- Discharge plan
- Aftercare plan
- Relapse prevention plan
- Referral to another level of care or facility
- Follow-up services