Intervention

“We didn’t know what to do. Our daughter’s life was falling apart before our very eyes. She kept saying she could handle it, that it was no big deal, but we knew things were just getting worse and if we didn’t do something, we would lose her forever. Cornerstone stepped in and guided us through the intervention. Today we are proud to say our daughter is 8 years sober!” – Chris A. See how we can help assist your loved one through intervention.

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Assessment and Orientation

At Cornerstone, we do not assume a diagnosis of alcoholism or other addiction exists when people contact us for help. Our expert alcohol and drug assessment process provides an accurate diagnosis along with recommendations for follow-up care.

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Medical Detox

Before the recovery process can begin, the hazy fog of drugs and alcohol must be lifted. To do that, patients often need to go through a detoxification process to cleanse their systems of alcohol and/or drugs. The idea of “detox” can be terrifying to the addict or alcoholic who may have attempted to do so in the past, more often than not on their own; or to those who cling to an outdated view of detox as a horrible few days of straightjackets and padded rooms. At Cornerstone of Recovery, the reality is this: Medical detox is a safe process monitored by health professionals designed to make patients as comfortable as possible before they move on to the adult residential phase of treatment.

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Residential

We pride ourselves on understanding the recovery process first-hand — because many of the doctors, nurses and counselors that oversee it are in recovery themselves. We understand the cringe-inducing shame that hangs over every new arrival like a cloud, because we’ve been there. We’ve felt it. And we rejoice on seeing that cloud slowly dissipate as the treatment process unfolds, because we’ve felt that, too. Most importantly, we celebrate the start of new lives as patients of our Adult Residential program reach the next stage of the treatment process, because we’ve given everything we have to prepare them for a new life.

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Specialty Programs

Research shows that having commonalities among peers is beneficial to the treatment process. Each group has their own unique challenges that only their peers can relate to, which shows to be helpful in the healing process.

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Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Sometimes, an addict recognizes his or her problem before it spirals completely out of control. The problems have yet to become crises … relationships damaged but not irreparably so … jobs in jeopardy but not lost. These patients may need help but have yet to reach a point where 24-hour residential treatment is required, but without immediate help, it’s only a matter of time. That’s where Cornerstone of Recovery’s Intensive Outpatient Program comes in.

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Outpatient Treatment

At Cornerstone of Recovery, the door is always open. After an inpatient program is completed … after intensive outpatient is done … we know that those who come to us for help with alcohol and drugs want to maintain a connection with peers and staff members who helped them start their recovery journey. Our Outpatient Therapy program is another example of how treatment doesn’t end after 28 days.

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Support Living

Recovery is a slow process, and often the transition from inpatient treatment back into “the real world” can be a jarring one. That’s where our Support Living Program comes in. Support Living is a community of patients in early recovery who live together, supporting one another in early recovery and learning how to handle the stresses of everyday life in a safe environment.

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Continuous Care/Aftercare

At Cornerstone of Recovery, we strongly believe that the treatment process is the beginning of a new life centered in recovery. It is not a “cure,” because the disease concept of addiction teaches us that it is a chronic and progressive illness that, left untreated, can be fatal. That’s why the recovery process that begins with one of our various programs doesn’t end after treatment. In fact, medical and addiction studies show that the first 18 months of recovery is an extremely critical time for those battling addiction.

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