What We Offer

Partial Hospitilization

Sometimes known as “day rehab,” a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) lets a client benefit from the intensive support of a residential treatment program while still spending evenings at home. It can be thought of as a mid-point between full inpatient hospitalization and outpatient care. Learn more...

Intensive Outpatient

Going far beyond the level of support offered in a traditional AA group, Intensive Outpatient Program groups are led by Master’s level therapists with extensive experience supporting addiction recovery. The goal of the IOP group is to help each member learn to manage their behaviors, emotions, and cognitions in a way that effectively prevents relapse from occurring. Learn more...

Outpatient Detox

Detoxification is the process by which toxins are removed from a person’s body. Individuals will be assessed for the need for this process upon admission. Learn more...

Recovery Coaching

Our certified Recovery Coaches provide those recovering from addiction with support and assistance to safely move forward through the vulnerable time immediately following in-patient treatment. Learn more...

We take a holistic approach to recovery.

  • Partial Hospitalization (PHP) - PHP allows clients access to therapy, counseling, and aftercare support for a minimum of six hours per day, five days per week. Services are tailored to meet each client’s unique treatment goals, but may include family therapy, group therapy, and individual therapy with any necessary medication management services. For those in search of a creative outlet to help process their feelings about the recovery journey, art or music therapy may also be included. PHP is most appropriate for clients who can’t commit to a traditional inpatient addiction treatment program due to work, school, or family concerns. However, since PHP is less structured and more flexible, it’s crucial that clients have a strong network of supportive friends and family who are actively involved in their recovery process.
  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP) - Addiction is often an isolating experience, which is why Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) groups play such a vital role in the healing process. By sharing your struggles with others who are also taking steps towards a clean and sober life, you’ll learn that you’re not alone. This peer support will give you the confidence you need to tackle the challenge of building a better future for yourself.
  • Outpatient Services
  • Outpatient Detox - Detoxification from drugs, alcohol or both is usually the first step in the addiction recovery process. It is necessary to detox the body of all substances before beginning addiction treatment. Withdrawal symptoms are to be expected, and depending on the severity of the situation, they can be painful and intense. In order to make clients feel as comfortable as possible, safe and appropriate medications are administered during detox.
  • Recovery Coaching - Recovery Coaches, or Sober Coaches are one form of non-clinical peer support. They involve the process of giving and receiving assistance to support long-term recovery from substance use disorders. They are similar to a sponsor from Alcoholics Anonymous, except they are trained and certified. All of our Recovery Coaches are CAPRC II certified.


1400 Broadway St.                    
Anderson, IN 46012


Email: Admissions Coordinator
Phone: +1 (888) 228-5485
Fax: +1 (765) 393-2563


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