Addiction destroys individuals and their families — physically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually. The Grandview model is designed to promote healing and restore quality of life.
Grandview identifies causes, provides treatment, and makes available direct and supportive recovery services necessary to realistically address the needs of addicted persons. Often times this means treating co-occurring mental health disorders, such as PTSD or other trauma.
An important advantage of the Grandview approach is the location of our facilities in an historic-designated neighborhood. This residential setting fosters an “at home” feeling rather than an institutional or clinical one, supporting clients as they discover that being sober is a safe, rich, fulfilling way to live the rest of their lives.
Therapeutic practices led by Grandview’s experienced clinical team address coping with life’s stressors, anger, impulsivity, managing family relationships, and learning about the triggers that promote addiction.
Grandview provides multiple levels of care. Clients are assessed and then placed in a recovery program tailored to their unique needs and circumstances.
- Detoxification – Monitored only when hospitalization is not required
- Medication Assisted Treatment
- Residential Treatment – for adult males only
- Supportive Sober Living – for adult men only
- Recovery Support Services – for adult men and women
- Intensive Outpatient – for adult men and women
- Outpatient– for adult men and women
All treatment and therapy groups are limited in size to 12 people or less, in order to provide each client with a personal, intimate treatment experience. Groups are based on Evidenced-based curriculum, which is proven to help people suffering from addiction. One-on-one therapy with a qualified therapist is available to all residential treatment clients, to assist each participant in identifying the underlying causes of their addiction. Individual couples therapy is also offered when deemed appropriate. For examples of group topics, click here.
Grandview’s philosophy is to treat the whole person suffering from addiction, taking into consideration his or her general and mental health. This approach includes: helping clients develop new sober relationships, find and join support groups, take part in activities, and develop life skills and long-term personal and career goals. In order to become self-sufficient, clients are assisted with exploration of housing and employment resources. In addition, Grandview utilizes the services of many outside agencies to ensure our clients receive all of the support they need during their time in treatment, and often long afterwards. (Transportation is provided to enable clients to take advantage of outside services.)
While Grandview is not a twelve-step-centered program, we do urge our participants to get a Sponsor and be active in a Twelve Step Fellowship. This is important, as joining a safe, sober community greatly increases chances for long-term sobriety, especially when formal treatment is completed.