Addiction treatment at Beacon House involves five levels of care with different degrees of involvement from our staff. Everyone takes a unique path through these levels. While one person may need to receive every level of care during recovery, another might require fewer phases. Our staff will work with you to determine the right care strategy for your symptoms to promote a successful recovery.

Detox/Withdrawal Management

During detoxification and withdrawal management, a person prepares for recovery by managing the physical symptoms of their addiction. The detoxification process removes drug toxins from a person’s system. Some addiction treatments include medication-assisted treatment (MAT), where the person takes medicine that relieves their withdrawal symptoms and eases them into the recovery process. At Beacon House, we offer detoxification for the following substances:

  • Alcohol
  • Opioids
  • Sedatives
  • Cannabis
  • Cocaine
  • Methamphetamine

Residential Services

Also known as inpatient rehab, residential care involves staying at a treatment center to get structured services. Beacon House provides a home-like environment where you can get full-time support in your recovery. We take a holistic approach to treatment that promotes wellness in all aspects of life. Life at Beacon House includes nutritious meals from our on-site chef and fulfilling recreational activities. During your time at Beacon House, you’ll also receive comprehensive services such as therapy and medical care.

Partial Hospitalization

Partial hospitalization combines the rigor of inpatient care with the convenience of outpatient care. During partial hospitalization, you’ll attend services during the day and go home at night. Clients who need the structure of inpatient care and have other life obligations can benefit from this service model. A client’s requirements during partial hospitalization can range from three to five days a week for six hours a day.

Intensive Outpatient

Intensive outpatient services work similarly to partial hospitalization, but they have a less rigorous schedule. Clients who have coping skills in place and need added support might benefit from this care model. Additionally, clients who have obligations during the day can consider outpatient services as a treatment option. We generally recommend outpatient care when the client can manage their recovery in everyday life or when they need to keep attending work or school.  An intensive outpatient client will attend these services for three to five days a week for three hours at a time.

Living in Recovery

After a client completes treatment at Beacon House, they can participate in our ongoing recovery programs for support during this new life phase. Our aftercare structure enables you to come to weekly family support group sessions for a year after your care program ends. You can also participate in alumni services such as weekly group sessions and community events.

Learn More About Recovery at Beacon House

We welcome you to reach out to our staff if you have any questions about the levels of care at Beacon House. Call us at 831.372.4366 or contact our team online for more information.