Levels of Care
Sunrise House provides a comprehensive continuum of care featuring levels of addiction treatment care based on the patient’s particular substance use history and treatment recommendations. A patient may move to another level of care based on clinical need throughout their treatment stay.
Upon arrival, patients will undergo medical and psychosocial assessments with our clinical staff where they are evaluated for addiction severity, psychosocial history, general physical health, and any ongoing medical conditions. These evaluations help our staff determine the appropriate level of care.
Sunrise House offers the following levels of addiction treatment care:
- Medical Detox
- Residential Treatment (RT)
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Outpatient Program (OP)
- Aftercare Planning
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Medical detoxification services (detox) is available as a vital first step in addiction treatment, though not all patients will require this step. At Sunrise House, ensuring your safety is imperative. During the medical and psychosocial assessments at admission, our clinical staff determines whether you need to begin with this step.
Whether medical detox will be necessary will depend current substance use, length of abuse, drug of choice, and physical dependence. During detox, you will be given a private room and 24/7 medical supervision as your body adjusts to the reduction in any substances on which you are dependent.
Not every individual in detox has the clinical need for medication during the withdrawal process. Our licensed medical staff takes into account the individual, substances used, and other factors to safely manage their detox. We use detox methods that are tailored to the specific toxic substance being eliminated from the client’s system. Our skilled staff is knowledgeable about symptoms, protocols, and nuances of withdrawal from numerous drugs.
More than half of all detox beds at Sunrise House are equipped with the revolutionary EarlySense technology, which monitors your heart rate and other vital signs during sleep and alerts the medical staff of any potentially life-threatening changes.
The detox process generally takes 4-7 days but can take longer depending on the substance. After completing detox, you will be evaluated by our multidisciplinary treatment staff and begins your individualized treatment plan at the appropriate care level.
Residential Treatment (RT)
Sunrise House’s residential treatment is designed to help patients rethink their ideas of recovery and how the world around them can affect their addictive behaviors. This level of care provides a sober environment supported by supervision and 24/7 monitoring from medical and clinical staff in the structured residential setting of our facility.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Sunrise House’s partial hospitalization program (PHP), sometimes known as day treatment, is ideal for those who still need structured treatment but not the 24/7 support of residential treatment. Often, a PHP will be a step-down form of care for someone leaving an inpatient or residential treatment environment. You will attend individual and group therapy for about 5 hours per day but can attend more meetings if desired.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
While participating in Sunrise House’s dedicated intensive outpatient program sees counselors meeting with patients on a regular basis at the main Sunrise House facility.
You will meet with a counselor 3 days a week, in the mornings, evenings, or both. Therapy is offered in 3-hour blocks. In addition to outpatient counseling, you will have access to lectures about addiction and recovery.
Outpatient Program (OP)
Sunrise House provides a full continuum of outpatient program services for adults. Less structured than intensive outpatient, our standard outpatient program provides sessions 1-2 days per week, as needed. The program may include:
- Weekly aftercare group.
- Individual counseling.
- Family counseling.
- Parent education.
Aftercare Planning with Sunrise House Staff
As part of our patient-centric approach, Sunrise House staff with you in discharge planning and aftercare to ensure you have the tools you’ll need for life in recovery. We’ll help you make a smooth transition back into your home life, employment, and your community at large. Aftercare planning prepares you for ongoing improvements in all areas of you life following graduation from Sunrise House. This process includes recommendations for continued care with a psychiatrist, therapist, and/or physician as clinically necessary.We also offer a variety of lectures, such as technology in recovery, to prepare you for challenges you are likely to face at home. As treatment nears its end, you will have meetings with the alumni and discharge staff to receive information on local AA chapters, sober living facilities, and outpatient programs.
Once you have completed treatment, you will become part of Sunrise House’s alumni network, and be invited to attend online groups with other alumni, or to return to the facility for medallion ceremonies.