With over 75 years of combined experience, our Amethyst Recovery staff is uniquely qualified to guide you through the recovery journey. Instead of transitioning from one treatment facility to a separate intensive outpatient treatment center, clients will stay with Amethyst for the duration of their treatment. From the first day of treatment, clients will form bonds with staff and with each other that will last through sober living and beyond. This continuity of care allows for a deeper level of trust and understanding between clients and their therapy team.
We’ve Been There
Every member of the Amethyst Recovery staff has been personally effected by mental health issues or substance use disorders. We know what you are going through, and we know it isn’t easy. We will walk with you on your journey to recovery and be there to guide and advise you every step of the way.
Commitment to Recovery
Recovery is an ongoing process. That’s why providing services such as job placement, GED help, resume building, and education assistance are an integral part of our program. When you are ready to transition to independent living, we’ll be ready with the connections, life skills, and ongoing care you need.
Small, Personalized Care
Amethyst Recovery is a small community, which allows us to give personal attention to each individual client. Our wide range of treatment options offers clients a full spectrum of daily activities so that each individual finds a winning combination.
A wide array of treatment options help each client to find the right combination of therapy. As well as, life skills education, and lifestyle changes that restore wellness. Furthermore, our caring and experienced staff will guide and advise each client throughout their journey. Our resources in the local community allow us to help our clients resume an independent and productive life gradually. We have many local connections to provide clients with job placement, continuing education, life skills training, resume building, transportation, and local 12 Step meeting locations.
Clients will receive a minimum of 40 hours per week of individual and group therapy. Other services such as mental health services, substance abuse education, life skills training etc. services will be provided to clients.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
This less intensive therapy schedule includes a minimum of 9 hours of individual and group therapy. Other services such as mental health services, substance abuse education, life skills training etc. services will be provided to clients.
This is the last phase of treatment. Clients will receive a minimum of 1 ½ hours per week of individual counseling. This will include assistance with appropriate referrals for mental health, medical, financial, problems a client is facing.