Where do you go from here? How do you keep the momentum going and continue on the path towards lifelong sobriety?
At Harmony Place Aftercare, we provide the same high quality of personalized, evidence-based treatment as at our inpatient facility. We offer a compassionate, individualized program for both men and women specializing in treating chemical dependency, co-occurring disorders and trauma. Our program blends traditional psychological approaches with holistic therapies to heal the mind, body and spirit. We will help you to continue to develop the skills you will need to return to your life without feeling the need to return to addictive behavior.
The Harmony Place Aftercare program includes:
- Individual and group therapy
- Men’s and women’s specific groups
- Life skills training
- Family systems counseling
- Healthy relationship counseling
- Relapse prevention
- Narrative therapy
- Cognitive behavior therapy
- Art therapy
- Spirituality and meditation
- Acupuncture, chiropractic care, yoga and massage
- Wednesday night Harmony Place alumni group
- Nutritional therapy (*lunch available daily)
Continuity of Care
At Harmony Place Aftercare, we offer Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient Treatment. Our Day Treatment program is six hours a day, five days a week, while Intensive Outpatient is three hours a day, five days a week. Outpatient is three hours one day a week. Your length of treatment is determined by a variety of factors, your personal history and your needs.
In addition to providing the support necessary to facilitate your continued recovery from addiction and mental health issues, Harmony Place Aftercare offers vocational counseling and guidance to assist you on your journey towards a meaningful and productive life. Through career testing and counseling, our vocational rehab counselor will work with you to identify your skills and goals. You will have assistance in creating a resume and filling out job applications. If you qualify, you may apply for funding to go back to school.