Treatment & Recovery
Addiction can drag you down and make you feel like there is no hope. It can take its toll on your body physically, it can take a toll on your mind emotionally, and it will most certainly impact the relationships you value most. The worst part is thinking that you may have to do this alone and that the person you see in the mirror is not the same person you used to know. We understand taking the first step towards getting help can be scary, especially when the symptoms of drug and alcohol withdrawal can be so demanding and will test your strength and resolve in the very beginning.
We want you to know that Lumiere is here to help you and to keep you safe throughout your treatment and recovery. We recognize you don’t just need medical help. You also need an emotional support system centered around a compassionate environment for a safe and successful recovery. At Lumiere, there is hope for a better future, we can help you, and we will make sure you are never alone. We see you, we value you, and we are committed to helping you discover the happiness that awaits you in sobriety and the positive person you can be once you break free from the grip of addiction.
Step-Down Treatment Model
Many of our programs follow a traditional step-down model, providing levels of care designed to help you progress through your recovery. These programs are intended for primary substance abusers and apply to both alcohol and drug addiction.
Detox is generally the first phase in rehabilitation. This step is intended to remove all traces of drugs or alcohol from your system while under strict medical supervision. In some cases, maintenance medication may be prescribed to assist with withdrawal symptoms.
Once substance-free with alleviated withdrawal symptoms, patients transition into the rehab stage. This process seeks to address the core reasons behind addiction, relapse triggers, and other factors driving substance dependency in order to promote healthy habits. Patients participate in group therapies and one-on-one counseling to learn new coping techniques.
Intensive Outpatient Program
After inpatient treatment, patients are encouraged to continue on in an intensive outpatient program. IOP rehabilitation provides a bridge between residential recovery and normal life, offering coping mechanisms, relapse prevention, and help managing cravings. Traditional IOP programs require 10 to 12 hours of therapy a week, generally in the evenings and on weekends.
At Lumiere, we balance the medical treatment you need to eliminate your dependence on drugs or alcohol with individual and group counseling that seeks the root cause of your addiction. We provide a superior step-down treatment model that allows us to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs and fits your lifestyle. Whether it’s detox, residential inpatient rehab, or outpatient rehab, our caring and compassionate staff will offer you our evidence-based clinical process, as well as our unparalleled support and understanding. At Lumiere, you are not judged. You are cared for, you are loved and respected, and you are on the path to long-lasting recovery.
As patients gain strength in sobriety, transitioning from an intensive outpatient program to a traditional outpatient program, or OP, may be recommended. Standard outpatient care requires two to five hours a week in therapy, making it easier for patients to continue to acclimate to sober living in the real world.
After completing inpatient, IOP, and OP programs, you will have the ability to enter our alumni program. This allows you to join a community of others who have successfully completed the rehab process, providing you with a network and support system of others who have walked the same path.
For those in recovery, the process never truly comes to an end. The mission for our alumni program is to provide support to clients after discharge from our facility. Aftercare programs seek to reinforce these truths while utilizing similar practices to outpatient programs, including support groups, 12-step meetings, and alumni organizations.
Even after you leave Lumiere, we know your recovery is not over. We will continue to work together and make strides forward towards maintaining a happy and healthy lifestyle of sobriety. Lumiere does not leave you to do this alone. We continue to offer unwavering support and guidance in our individualized aftercare program, and we give you a solid community of allies through our active alumni program. Our commitment to you begins with your first phone call and will stay with you for the rest of your life. We are truly a lifelong family here, so you always have someone to turn to whenever you need a confidante or guidance.
Co-Occurring Disorder Treatments
For some, addiction stands alone. For others, it’s not that simple. Co-occurring disorders, also known as dual diagnosis, refers to those who have a substance addiction in conjunction with a mental illness. This can span any combination therein, like depression and alcoholism. Unfortunately, mental health issues increase the likelihood of succumbing to addiction, and over 8 million Americans suffer from co-occurring disorders.
In general, treatment for co-occurring disorders is approached with a different perspective, combining addiction rehabilitation with psychiatric services. Medical staff will work to provide counseling and medication as appropriate to minimize side effects of mental illness while comprehensive substance abuse treatment helps patients to move beyond addiction.
Known as integrative therapy, this method offers the guidance necessary to overcome both psychological and addiction symptoms, guiding patients toward a healthy, clean lifestyle.
Help You Can Trust
Seeking assistance to become clean is a challenging road, but one that millions of Americans walk each year. As a state-of-the-art facility, we are proud to provide the best possible care for addicted individuals and those who suffer with co-occurring disorders. With a compassionate staff, a caring approach, and highly trained medical personnel, we are able to offer the support you and your family deserve.
At Lumiere, we believe this recovery is rooted in self-reflection and self-discovery. We use proven techniques to help you dive deep into yourself and get to the underlying causes and reasons for your addiction, so that you can find the strength to make long-lasting positive changes in your life. We see recovery as a way for you to get to know yourself again. To become reacquainted with your strengths, recognize your weaknesses, and learn how to move forward in your life beyond the past of addiction. Under the guidance of licensed counselors, you will learn how to support yourself during recovery, so that you not only receive care from our staff and your peers, but you also learn to care for yourself.