Our Treatment Programs
How have we been around so long? Simple, our rehab program works. It is the only program of its kind that actually deals with the emotional state of an addicted individual. Chapman House Centers are equipped with a highly trained clinical staff as well as an experienced support staff. While most rehab programs are only equipped to address patients on an educational level. We are capable of creating a custom treatment plan for each of our patients to treat both the physical symptoms of withdrawals as well the emotional needs of each individual.
Our residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, is a truly comprehensive and modern rehabilitation program. Everyone who enters our residential treatment is evaluated by both a medical doctor and a board certified psychologist in order to create a custom treatment plan based on your individual needs. New developments in medication-assisted treatments and cognitive behavioral therapy are made available to each of our patients and our recovery staff are available 24/7 to provide one-on-one counseling in addition to group sessions throughout your stay.
We strongly encourage our patients to work towards building a healthy and active lifestyle during and after their treatment. A wide variety of activities are included throughout our treatment programs such as beach trips, hiking, family days, sightseeing, and state-of-the-art gym access. In addition, Chapman House Treatment Centers all have the highest level of CARF Accreditation which is only awarded to the top 2% of recovery centers in the country.
Dual-diagnosis is a term for when someone experiences a mental illness and a substance abuse problem simultaneously.Whether they develop as a result of chemical dependency or are an underlying issue before addiction begins, dual diagnoses (also called “co-occurring disorders”) may include:
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Schizophrenia & personality disorders
Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
As addiction worsens, so does the co-occurring condition—and vice versa. Because of this, both diseases must be treated simultaneously to achieve the best results. Depending upon the individual client’s needs, our treatment programs for dual diagnosis clients may include group and individual therapy, recreational therapy, nutrition and exercise, support groups, medication management, family therapy, and aftercare planning.
Sometimes people who are suffering from emotional and/or physical pain may attempt to self medicate using their prescription medication. Unfortunately they can easily become addicted to their prescription meds, as well as, alcohol and other drugs they may be using.
Mixing substances is a dangerous and potentially lethal way to deal with depression, anxiety, and other disorders. Chapman House is one of the few addiction treatment centers equipped to treat dual-diagnosis patients, Chapman House Treatment Centers determine what medications are necessary to manage the dual-diagnosis, and ensures that they are safely administered for optimal results.
When needed, Chapman House also works with outside physicians and practitioners to ensure that dual-diagnosis patients receive the best possible care.