Wellness Resource Center offers a continuum of comprehensive treatment solutions for adult men and women, ages 18 and above, who have a primary substance use disorder diagnosis and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Treatment at Wellness Resource Center is a personalized, holistic experience that may feature a range of treatment activities and therapeutic services, including individual, group, family, and experiential therapies. Care is provided by experienced and compassionate professionals who are dedicated to treating each person who chooses to heal with us with the utmost dignity and respect.
Treatment options at Wellness Resource Center:
- Phase I – Also referred to as the partial hospitalization program (PHP), Phase I features treatment-related activities Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., as well as round-the-clock supervision seven days a week. Phase I clients reside in on-campus housing, which is staff-supported 24/7.
- Phase II – Clients who complete Phase I treatment but who are in need of additional support may enroll in Phase II, which is our intensive outpatient program (IOP). Phase II participants can attend treatment on a part-time basis and receive case management services while continuing to live in our client housing.
- Phase III – Our least-restrictive level of treatment features a transitional living environment with a semi-structured support system.
- Family Program – Offered once every other month, our Family Program includes psychoeducation and process groups that are designed to help family members address their own needs as they prepare to support their loved one during the post-treatment phase of his or her recovery.
Among the many benefits of receiving treatment at Wellness Resource Center is that we provide a seamlessly integrated spectrum of extended care services, all of which are provided by the same qualified members of our treatment teams.
With no maximum limit on length of stay, Wellness Resource Center makes it possible for each client to receive the type, level, and duration of care that will best prepare him or her to successfully pursue lifelong recovery.