Restore Recovery Program Overview

The Restore Recovery Program

The Restore Recovery Program of Restore Counseling & Recovery is an intensive outpatient substance abuse and compulsive behavior addiction treatment program. It aims to provide care to clients that are:

  • Age 18+ and have a primary concern with substance abuse or chemical dependency OR are struggling with a loss of control regarding a compulsive behavior (e.g., gambling)
  • Desiring to remain engaged in their employment and family life while engaging treatment.

An Overview of The Restore Recovery Program

Clients begin their participation with The Restore Recovery Program with a comprehensive chemical dependency assessment. After this assessment is completed, our licensed clinician will consult with you and construct an individualized program of care that will include input from physicians, certified chemical dependency counselors, licensed relational and mental health clinicians, and recovery case managers. The Restore Recovery Program treatment team will meet regularly to monitor each client’s progress through their journey of change.  An individualized treatment plan will be formulated cooperatively with the client. Treatment at each provided level of care in the program will include:

Level of Care

What Intensity of Treatment Is Right for Me?

Residential care? Intensive outpatient? Day or partial treatment? Inpatient detox services?  Selecting the wrong level of care can be a costly decision.  Motivated clients in the wrong level of care may still find themselves frequently relapsing, depleting valuable resources, hurting one’s self-worth and confidence,burdening relational support further, and robbing the client unnecessarily of a personal belief that (s)he can get past this.  What intensity of treatment is right for you? The level of substance abuse and compulsive behavioral treatment best suited for you depends on many factors.  These can be addressed in an initial chemical and behavioral addiction assessment considering these factors.


How Long Will I Need To Be In Treatment?

Clients are admitted to The Restore Recovery Program using criteria set by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).   At the time of your assessment, if it is determined that a higher level of care than outpatient treatment is necessary for you (i.e., inpatient substance abuse treatment or residential treatment), a referral to an appropriate more intense  program will be made by our clinical addictions therapist at that time.   Our clinicians are trained to be honest, direct and respectful – even when the circumstances make it difficult at times for a client to hear what may be difficult for them to accept.

Program Hours and Syllabus

Hours of Operation & Program Expectations

The Restore Recovery Program is an 7-12 week intensive outpatient addiction recovery program from substance abuse and/or compulsive behavior. It will aid you in receiving the necessary support and education to interrupt the momentum of addiction and regain personal balance and dignity.

To receive the greatest benefit from our program, it is important to commit to engaging and understand the various and necessary aspects of the program which include:

Three (3) group sessions each week. This is the core of The Restore Recovery Program and will be provided each time you participate in treatment. Typically, each therapeutic group session will last 180 minutes. There will be six (6) group sessions offered each week at Restore Counseling & Recovery: a Morning Track of three (3) groups and an Evening Track as well. Each session will occur twice a day on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in one of two time blocks for your convenience. You can choose to attend the group session that is right for you.


The Restore Recovery Program Syllabus


  • Psychoeducation Session 1: Addiction: Nature & Definition, Negative Impact on the Brain
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: Addiction: A Bio-psycho-social-spiritual Illness
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: Cross Addiction: The Cycle of Addiction
  • Psychoeducation Session 4: Early Recovery & Recovery from Addiction
  • Psychoeducation Session 5: Addiction Is “Pleasure Unwoven”

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