OUR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Virtue Recovery understands that recovering from substance use is more than just “not using,” it is a lifestyle change. Virtue offers comprehensive services designed to engage guests in recovery and to build new and long-lasting skills to help our guests remain clean long-term.
At Virtue Recovery Center, we understand that the journey to recovery begins with that first step. That’s why we offer free assessments and potential rehab admissions for individuals in our community struggling with substance abuse. Our dedicated team of professionals conducts a comprehensive evaluation to determine the severity of your addiction, along with any co-occurring physical and mental health issues. This assessment forms the basis of your personalized treatment plan, which may include admission to our inpatient rehab program. We’re committed to providing access to our state-of-the-art facilities and evidence-based treatment modalities, regardless of financial constraints. However, please note that availability at our center can vary due to high demand. We encourage you to reach out to us as soon as possible to start your journey towards recovery.
individual therapy session with Therapist
Individual therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which a therapist works one-on-one with a client to help them address and resolve their psychological and emotional issues. During an individual therapy session, the client typically talks about their feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and experiences with the therapist, who then offers guidance, support, and feedback.
Individual Therapy Session with Case Management
Individual therapy sessions with case management combine traditional individual therapy with case management services. Case management is a process in which a professional helps a client navigate through various systems and resources to access the support they need to address their mental health and other related issues.
PSYCHO EDUCATION GROUPS
The goal of psychoeducation groups is to help individuals better understand their mental health condition, learn coping skills, and develop strategies to manage their symptoms. Psychoeducation groups are often used in conjunction with individual therapy, medication, or other forms of treatment.
Process groups are a form of group therapy in which a small group of individuals meets regularly to discuss their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a supportive and confidential setting. The focus of process groups is on exploring the process of interpersonal relationships and how individuals relate to one another in the group.
Meditation therapy, also known as mindfulness-based therapy, is a type of therapy that combines traditional talk therapy with mindfulness meditation practices. The goal of meditation therapy is to help individuals develop greater self-awareness, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve their overall mental health and well-being.
Music therapy is a type of therapy in which a trained music therapist uses music and musical activities to address the emotional, cognitive, physical, and social needs of individuals. Music therapy can be used with people of all ages and can be effective for a wide range of mental health conditions, developmental disabilities, and medical conditions.
12-step groups are mutual support groups for individuals struggling with addiction or substance abuse. The 12-step model was first developed by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) in the 1930s, and has since been adapted by a variety of self-help groups for different types of addictions.
Yoga therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga practices, such as postures, breathing techniques, and meditation, to help individuals improve their physical, mental, and emotional health. Unlike traditional yoga classes, which are typically focused on fitness and flexibility, yoga therapy is tailored to meet the individual needs of each person and can be used to address a wide range of health concerns.
Art therapy is a type of therapy that uses art-making as a form of expression and communication to help individuals improve their mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It is based on the idea that creating art can be a powerful tool for self-discovery and healing. During an art therapy session, the therapist may guide the individual through various art-making activities, such as drawing, painting, sculpting, or collage-making. The focus is on the process of creating art, rather than the final product, and the individual is encouraged to use art to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.