Our Addiction Treatment Program
Next Step Recovery is a supportive community of peers and addictions professionals committed to substance abuse recovery. Our safe, close-knit community and highly structured programs ensure our residents have the best support possible for a successful and long-term recovery.
Program Features Include:
- Structured transitional sober living environment
- Optional intensive outpatient program
- Licensed and certified clinical addictions specialists
- Weekly individual case management
- Supervision and support in a home-like setting (7 days a week)
- Random daily drug & alcohol screening
- 12-Step sobriety support for addiction issues
- DBT skills training & relapse prevention weekly
- Outdoor adventure program
- Employment and job search assistance
- Superior ongoing recovery support
- Exit strategy/reintegration assistance
- Transportation included
- Weekly counseling onsite
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our optional 12-week intensive outpatient program provides the perfect bridge from inpatient treatment to transitional living and offers extra clinical support for individuals with complicated addictions histories, multiple relapses or little experience in recovery. Currently, our IOP is only open to our recovery program residents to ensure program quality, continuity and safety.
Admission is voluntary and at the discretion of Next Step Recovery. Men join our transitional living community because they are committed to working on their own recovery and helping others do the same.
NOTE: We currently do not admit people taking Suboxone, Vyvanse or any other controlled substance.
We are committed to providing a supportive, drug- and alcohol-free community to our residents in recovery. The use of alcohol or drugs will result in immediate dismissal. We enforce this policy by administering random daily drug screens, sending urine screens to a lab once a week, and by screening after all passes.
To ensure we maintain a safe environment for our residents and staff, all applicants will be subject to a background check and a telephone interview. No applicant will be accepted with a history of violent crimes, arson, assault on a female, or sexual assault charges or convictions.