Residential Recovery

All clients entering Breakthrough Recovery Outreach undergo an initial assessment of their substance use and co-occurring mental illness history by a licensed staff member. The results of this evaluation lead to a recommendation for the types of services that are best suited for the client.

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Non-Residential Recovery

Based on the assessment, the type and length of program recommended is based on several factors: addiction history (type of substances used, length of substance use and quantity of substances used), presence of co-occurring mental illness, and other needs of the client.

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Recovery Phases

Breakthrough Recovery Outreach is a wholistic, residential recovery program designed to provide individuals addicted to alcohol and other substances the greatest opportunity to enter treatment and achieve sobriety. It is well established within the recovery community that a 90-day program is a minimum time requirement for addiction treatment as opposed to the traditional 30-day program.

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Family Programs

At Breakthrough Recovery Outreach, we believe that long-term recovery can best be achieved when the client’s family and members of the client’s support system are involved in the recovery process. It has been said that addiction is a “family disease.” Working from a systemic family framework, involving the family is an important part of the focus in each client’s recovery treatment.

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