Chemical Dependency Treatment
The basic philosophy of chemical dependency treatment at Deaconess Cross Pointe is that chemical dependency is a disease with a specific set of symptoms, treatment objectives and treatment techniques.
Before admission to the chemical dependency program, patients are assessed by one of our licensed and trained professionals. After the assessment, a physician and chemical dependency therapist determine the appropriate level of care, which may include inpatient or outpatient treatment.
Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP)
Adult Chemical Dependency Program
The Adult Chemical Dependency Outpatient Treatment Program includes group counseling, family counseling, education, relapse prevention, individual case management and introduction into the recovery community and lifestyle. Program length is determined by individual progress in completing treatment goals; the average length of time for completion is six weeks.
- The program is held three evenings a week
- Family education is provided during the treatment program
- After-care meetings are twice a week
- All clients are required to attend 12-step meetings in addition to the treatment program
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The initial phase of treatment of may include a detoxification period. During this time, patients are monitored for signs and symptoms of withdrawal. While the focus of this period of treatment is medical safety, an introduction to rehabilitation is also begun. The length of this phase of treatment varies based on each patient's need; however, the average length of medical detoxification is three days.
Our CARE (Call Assessment Referral Evaluation) team is available for confidential consultations 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 812/476-7200 or toll free at 800/947-6789 or e-mail with questions or referrals.