In Balance Intensive Substance Abuse Programs
In Balance is dedicated to providing top quality, interactive services for a chemically dependent population with moderate to severe drug problems. Its very name derives its commitment to address all four elements of an individual’s human being: physical, emotional, social, and spiritual. In Balance works in three different ways: using a 12-step curriculum, relapse prevention and incorporating experiential based therapy. Our philosophy is that by mixing up the different modalities, the group members feel an excitement about each and every session.
Adults that have substance abuse issues need a great deal of support in order to bring about change. The In Balance program tries to incorporate a model of relapse prevention along with a 12-step curriculum and experiential based therapy. Our philosophy is that by mixing up the different modalities, the group members feel an excitement about each and every group so that each group seems different than the one before. Bringing the family into the program also enhances our ability to help achieve their goals as part of their recovery process.
Adolescence is a very difficult time, much more today than it has been in the past. Under the best of circumstances, it is hard for young people to balance their life between school, family and friends. Once drugs get involved, there is no longer the balance that is so critical for a successful adolescent experience. The In Balance program, working together with families, tries to put young people back in balance so they can go on and enjoy this period of adolescence and develop into successful young adults.
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
- Talk Therapy
- Recreational/experiential therapy
- Drug Testing
- Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy
- Rock Climbing
The 12 Step Component
In Balance utilizes the many strengths and benefits of 12 step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Al- Anon. The 12 step component is an essential part of a persons ongoing recovery and sobriety.