Intensive behavioral therapy – Therapeutic care is the backbone of every stage of our recovery process. Every client has a designated primary therapist and participates in group therapy.
Family therapy & family-oriented services – Family involvement is crucial to long-term sobriety. We offer family visitation and a 2-day Family Workshop (Takes place between April – October).
Relapse prevention training – Clients learn how to work through personal relapse triggers by utilizing a range of healthy coping mechanisms.
Life skills training – Many of our clients must re-learn basic life skills after battling a long-term substance abuse disorder. We offer vocational training and educational placement along with budgeting, nutrition and other skills that are conducive to fully independent living.
12-Step Work – Every guest at The Plymouth House is matched with a 12-Step Contact — essentially a practitioner who is in recovery themselves and is highly experienced with taking individuals through the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
Dual diagnosis treatment options – We offer dual diagnosis treatment to men and women who are suffering from a substance abuse disorder and a mental illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder or borderline personality disorder.
Alumni Network – The Plymouth House has an alumni network of approximately 20,000 people. We host an annual summer BBQ & golf tournament to keep individuals connected. We host weekly alumni meetings. And we offer alumni the opportunity to come back to our campus for a recovery renewal retreat.
The Plymouth House offers multiple levels of treatment. To read more about our program and process, click here.