Evening Addiction Treatment Program in Worcester
Lake Ave Recovery’s Evening Program length of stay is driven by medical necessity that focuses on a person’s strengths, needs, abilities and preferences resulting in a comprehensive and effective individualized treatment plan and generally ranges between two to four (2-4) weeks, declining in frequency as the individual establishes community supports and resumes normal daily activities.
A Typical Day
The program meets in the early evening and typically includes didactic sessions, process groups, 12 step facilitation, and experiential offerings that focus on the skills needed to overcome the problem areas uncovered in the initial assessment.
Our Evening Treatment Program includes individual sessions, group sessions and the ability to participate in a plethora of complimentary wellness activities. Experiential or mindfulness activities which include restorative sessions in a quiet lake cove, forest bathing, nature walks, light strength and fitness training, yoga, Tai-Chi, Qigong, Therapeutic Massage, Reiki, or any number of new and engaging activities, provide innovative and novel experiences to enhance healing. Our on-site therapy dogs assist our professional curative team in providing the comforting and uplifting atmosphere we pride ourselves on.
Feeling tense? Take a moment to relax in one our custom zero-gravity or massage chairs or spend some one-on-one time with your individual therapist.
Each evening ends with an informal wrap-up session, safeguarding your progress in treatment and providing the support for a good night’s rest.
We offer a trauma informed holistic approach to drug and alcohol treatment We utilize a psycho-educational, evidence based, solution focused setting, integrating a wellness approach that uses variety of experiential and mindfulness activities.
- Ego-Modifying Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Rational Emotive Therapy
- Experiential and Mindfulness Therapy
- Medication Assisted Recovery
- PTSD Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Co-Occurring Disorders
- Social Skills Therapy
Evening Treatment allows for individuals to focus on developing lifelong recovery skills while maintaining structure to maximize the recovery environment and minimize exposure to high-risk encounters. We believe in the importance of the support of family and positive relationships and encourage loved ones to be involved in the treatment process.
Benefits of Evening Treatment
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Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization Program) in Worcester
The Day Treatment Program is our most comprehensive level of care. Day Treatment meets Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 3 PM. We offer a trauma informed holistic care that includes an individualized treatment plan that focuses on a person’s Strengths, Need, Abilities and Preferences and incorporate mindfulness and experiences services into treatment.
Outpatient Addiction Program in Massachusetts
Our Outpatient Program is our least intensive level of care designed for those who have already completed a treatment program but still want the additional support for maintenance as well as those with other life obligations.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in Worcester, MA
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), is often the treatment of choice for most substance use disorders, including opioid dependence. IOP is offered Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and includes psychoeducational group and individual therapy, along with a host of complementary holistic activities.
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We have a longstanding foundation in the treatment and recovery community
Lake Avenue Recovery is a state licensed and Joint Commission accredited organization committed to promoting, maintaining, and restoring the dignity, well-being and mental health for those with substance use disorders and their families serving greater Worcester county and beyond.
- 132 Years Clinical Excellence
- 105 Years Recovery Experience
- 8:1 Ratio Client to Staff
- 12 Publications on Alcohol and Drug Use