The Twelve Oaks addiction treatment program is patterned after the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Within this pattern of treatment, an individualized treatment plan is designed based on the specific needs of each patient.
Our program has been developed by leading experts in the field of chemical dependency and incorporates a multi-disciplinary approach based on the best practices to accomplish the following key objectives:
Assessing your Rehab Treatment Needs
At Twelve Oaks, we weigh many factors when determining the best treatment for you. Some of our assessments include:
- Comprehensive diagnostic evaluation
- Developmental history
- Psychological testing
- History and physical examination
- Social history
- A meeting at the end of the evaluation period reviews finding and recommends a treatment approach, if needed.
Custom Treatment & Rehab Plan
Twelve Oaks substance abuse treatment center offers a wide range of advanced substance abuse treatment options including detox rehab, intensive outpatient rehab for substance abuse, residential treatment for substance abuse, treatment for co-occuring disorders.
All programs are custom designed to meet each individual’s specific needs. The Twelve Oaks substance abuse treatment philosophy is used to guide the design of each program and is then carried out using Twelve Oaks’ advanced 6 phase treatment model for addiction.
Quality Addiction Treatment Therapy
Our Treatment Center uses comprehensive treatment therapies to help our patients in their recovery journey. Some of these therapies include:
- Group Therapy
- Experiential Group Therapy
- Relapse Prevention Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy sessions with the counselor
- Psycho-educational lectures
Following drug treatment that will prepare the patient for re-entry to society as a sober person by addressing questions and concerns regarding what will happen when they return home. In addition to relapse prevention issues, they learn how to deal with friends, social situations and triggers during treatment, along with strategies to assist in dealing with those situations.