Addiction Treatment For Drugs & Alcohol

Addiction is a highly complex and multifaceted disease. It is a disease that not only affects the physical body and the biochemistry of the mind, but one that completely ravages the spirit and thoroughly devastates a sufferer’s emotional well-being, goals, sense of self, and internal sense of value. Because of this, men and women who suffer...Read More

Comprehensive Relapse Prevention

Our patients engage in comprehensive relapse prevention focused treatment with trained staff members. Early recognition and identification of relapse signs and behaviors are crucial to preventing relapse. Unfortunately, for many addicts and alcoholics early in recovery, relapse is a serious danger. Many of our patients have experienced relapses that have had a destructive impact on...Read More

Family Recovery Program

Our Family Recovery Program is one of the most crucial aspects of what we do here at Grace’s Way Recovery. Research in the field of addiction treatment clearly supports the idea that working with the patient AND the family promotes long-term sobriety. Drug and alcohol addiction IS a family system disease and family members are...Read More

Partial Hospitalization Program

The Day Treatment Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is also referred to as Day/Night Treatment and is the highest level of outpatient treatment care available. At this level of treatment, Grace’s Way patients are required to attend daily treatment services which take up a total of between 15 to 25 hours per week. What this means is...Read More

Intensive Outpatient Rehab (Day Treatment)

Intensive Outpatient Rehab (Day Drug and Alcohol Treatment) level of care is the next step in the multi-phase approach to outpatient drug and alcohol treatment. This intensive day rehab is a step down from PHP and at this level of treatment Grace’s Way patients are required to attend treatment services which are between 9 to...Read More

Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Outpatient Addiction Treatment at Grace’s Way The outpatient addiction treatment level of care is a step down from intensive outpatient treatment. This part-time treatment is often the last phase of treatment and prepares patients to re-enter the “real world” outside of treatment. During outpatient treatment, patients are required to engage in 2-8 clinical hours per...Read More