cROSS ROADS RECOVERY CENTER
Provididing The "Gold Standard" of treatment for opioid dependency
Respect, privacy, quality
Medication Assisted Therapy
Addiction involves a physical component (phsysiology) and a mental component (psychology). Counseling begins with forming a trusting relationship with a person who is educated and trained to help others deal with life's issues. We explore problems, the ramications of those problems, examine attitudes and feelings, consider solutions, and help with effective decision-making.
Treatment Planning involves setting realistic goals, defining the methods and resources to be used to accomplish those goals, and specific objectives (the steps) to make those goals a reality. Without goals, we are ships without a rudder. What do you want to accomplish? Where do you want to be in one, two, or even five years? In what ways do you want your life to be improved? What character traits would you like to possess or what relationships would you like to see improved? It is goals that point the way and give direction to life.
Case Management involves teamwork. It is all the activities of bringing services, agencies, and people together within a planned framework of action toward the achievement of your goals. It could involve accessing community resources, acquiring medical care, assistance with dental work, and even financial assistance. Case Management can lead to obtaining assistance for health, legal, employment, financial, social, psychological, and spiritual needs.
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Learning new and healthy behaviors is integral to the recovery process. Learning to process thoughts in an effective manner, deal with feelings and emotions, communicate properly, manage stress effectively, deal with guilt and shame, learning coping and decision making skills, and exploring values, are all necesssary in replacing negative behaviors with healthy behaviors.