Levels of Care offered at Sunrise House
Levels of Care
Sunrise House provides a comprehensive continuum of care featuring levels of addiction treatment care based on the client’s particular substance abuse circumstances and treatment recommendations. A client may move to another level of care based on clinical need throughout his or her treatment stay.
Upon arrival, the client undergoes medical and psychosocial assessments with our clinical staff where he or she is evaluated for addiction severity, psychosocial history, general physical health, and any ongoing medical conditions. These evaluations help our staff determine the client’s appropriate level of care.
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Sunrise House offers the following levels of addiction treatment care:
- Medical Detox
- Residential Treatment (RT)
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Outpatient Program (OP)
- Aftercare Planning
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Not every client requires medically supervised detox but depending on current substance use, length of abuse, drug of choice, and physical dependence, a period of medical detox may be necessary to ensure the client’s safety while experiencing physical withdrawal symptoms. While the body adjusts to decreased substance levels, the client requires medical supervision.
At the Medical Detox level of care, our staff provides clients with a 24/7 medically managed detox stay in a safe and restorative withdrawal environment. The client resides in a restful detox area while being monitored by our licensed medical team. All team members are experienced in addiction treatment and recognize the nuances of physical withdrawal symptoms for a wide range of substances.
After completing detox, which usually takes 5-7 days, the client is evaluated by our multidisciplinary treatment staff and begins his or her individualized treatment plan at the appropriate care level.
Residential Treatment (RT)
The Residential Treatment (RT) level of care provides the client with supervision, support, and 24/7 monitoring in the structured residential setting of our facility. In this program, the Sunrise House medical and clinical staff oversees the client’s well being and ensures the client attends individual therapy sessions, 12-Step meetings, and peer activities as scheduled in his or her customized treatment plan.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Clients in the Sunrise House IOP program require less supervision than in our residential programs, but are committed to a structured schedule of onsite treatment anywhere from 3-7 days per week depending on the client. IOP therapy is offered in 3-hour blocks of treatment. The IOP client’s objective is refining plans for reintegrating into society and preparing for the transition to wellness and recovery. Sunrise House offers morning and evening schedules for IOP care.
Outpatient Program (OP)
Sunrise House provides a full continuum of Outpatient Program (OP) services for adults. Entry into care begins with a comprehensive assessment by a trained clinician. Clients are placed into outpatient services based upon the evaluation, presenting symptoms, and placement criteria developed by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM). Clients attend OP care on an hourly basis, 1-2 days per week, as needed.
- Traditional OP program – 1-2 days per week
- Aftercare program – as needed
- Weekly aftercare group
- Individual counseling
- Family counseling
- Co–occurring focus
- Parent education
During treatment the client works on an aftercare plan that will smooth the process of re-joining home life, employment, and community. Aftercare planning prepares the client for ongoing improvements in all areas of life following graduation from Sunrise House. This process includes recommendations for continued care with a psychiatrist, therapist, and/or physician as clinically necessary. Each client leaves treatment with a detailed aftercare plan complete with the contacts and resources needed to continue along the road of recovery.
For continued progress following treatment, we encourage the client to practice the new alternate behaviors, relapse prevention strategies, and recovery skills developed while in his or her program. Participation in community organizations, sober outings, and 12-Step meetings can help with adjusting back into the “real world.” Developing a support network with recovery-minded peers or joining the AAC alumni group can be a source of strength in the early days of recovery.