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.

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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 certified 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:

  • Education on the nature of addiction, its negative and life-changing impact on the brain, the experience of early recovery and what stable recovery requires.
  • Developing healthy living (i.e., formation in the management of nutrition, exercise, stress management, relaxation, etc.)
  • Support development (i.e., education and formation in the 12-step tradition, family education on substance abuse and its effects, aftercare, etc.)
  • Spiritual enhancement (i.e., whole-life development, the pursuit of meaning, the discovery of one’s genuine motivations and inherent dignity, etc.)
  • Relapse prevention training
  • Open therapeutic group process focused on immediate sobriety concerns regularly encountered in addiction and recovery work
  • Individual and relational therapy, consultation work with employers available upon request
  • The proper evaluation and use of medication during the period of Post Acute-Withdrawal

The clinical staff at Restore Counseling & Recovery has decades of experience in creating appropriate and individualized programs of treatment for many types of substance abuse concerns and compulsive behavioral concerns.

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The Various Forms of Substance and Behavioral Abuse/Dependencies We Treat

  • Alcohol
  • Stimulants (e.g., cocaine, crack, crank, methamphetamines, ecstasy or MDMA, amphetamines, crystalmeth, OTC metabolites, speed, etc.)
  • Pain-relievers (opioids) and other pharmaceutical narcotics (e.g., heroin, Oxycontin, Percocet, Vicodan, Norco, Fentanyl, Demerol, Dilaudid, etc.) and the prescribed use of Suboxone (buprenorphine) as a potential and recommended alternative.
  • Sedatives (benzodiazepines) (e.g., Valium, Xanax, Klonopin, Ativan, barbiturates, muscle relaxers, etc.)
  • Marijuana (e.g., countering the effects of hydroponic, schwag, hashish and hash oils, synthetic strains, etc.)
  • Anabolic Steroids
  • Hallucinogens (e.g., LSD, psychoactive mushrooms, ketamine, PCP, etc.)
  • Inhalants (e.g., Nitrous oxide addiction, huffing solvents such as glues and aerosols, etc.)
  • Process Addictions and Abuses
    • Sexual and relational addictions (e.g., compulsive use of pornography, internet addictions and cybersex compulsion, escort and prostitution compulsion, relational patterns of enticement (i.e., clubbing compulsions, the sexual exploitation and discarding of individuals for anxiety management, etc.)
    • Pathological gambling (e.g., lottery/scratch-off compulsions, on-line video gaming [e.g., Kino], sports and para-mutual betting, casino compulsions, etc.)
    • Compulsive Eating problem behavior patterns

Many people typically suffer from addiction to two or more substances/behaviors simultaneously – what we call dual addictions. Furthermore, depression, anxiety, shame and a feeling of inadequacy frequently result from the loss of control in managing these addictions – what we call dual diagnosis. Our clinical addiction treatment staff is trained and experienced to both identify and manage these more complex addictions.

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