In rehabilitation, it is vital that clients know they have a safe place
to sort out their issues and work towards recovery. This is easy while
living on-site at the treatment center, but the ultimate goal is to help
you or your loved one achieve that same feeling of calm in the outside
world. The Blueprints for Recovery treatment program is broken into 3
phases. As clients progress through each phase, they start becoming more
independent and gradually built a support network outside of rehabilitation.
Phase 1 – Residential Phase
In this phase at Blueprints For Recovery, you are led through a series
of therapies and treatment activities designed to determine their primary
motivation and incentive to get clean and sober. We help clients look
at their substance abuse history, negative consequences, positive reinforcement
and other factors that influence their decisions to drink or abuse drugs.
Phase 2 – Transitional Living
During transitional living, you will learn techniques you can use to intervene
on behalf of your own recovery and are empowered to be part of your own
solutions. You also have the opportunity to get part-time employment or
part-time school in order to slowly transition into normal life in a safe
and structured environment.
Phase 3 – Independent Living
The purpose of phase 3 is to develop an initial recovery support network.
By starting this process in treatment, we can identify strengths and weaknesses
in your recovery. This phase requires that you recognize specific individuals,
organizations, therapists and support groups that will become your primary
support system upon discharge. You will also have the opportunity for
full-time employment or fulltime school. By phase three, you should be
able to have these responsibilities in a safe environment and get back
into everyday life.
Your first step to recovery begins by calling (888) 744-9969