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What Happens When You Begin The Treatment Program?
A great treatment center will bring you or your loved one through the following stages:
This evaluation helps counselors develop an integrated treatment plan to help address the resident’s underlying issues and causes of addiction.
Drug or Alcohol Detox (Sub-acute or Medical)
Depending on various contributing factors (namely how severe your addiction is and the level of care that the treatment center offers) detox might be the first step in your recovery journey. It must be handled with the utmost care and urgency. The scale of the individual’s dependency and the length of time they have been dependent on drugs or alcohol will determine the length of detox and what additional assistance will be needed. If a consumer comes to EHI and is in need of Detox then an appropriate referral will be given.
Residential Treatment Program
We conduct full assessments on residents in order to determine their history and their needs. It also helps us establish an effective treatment program for them. Once the resident has transitioned fully to our residential treatment program, therapists continue to monitor and assess the resident to determine their progress.
Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Treatment
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient provides the same quality of services as residential treatment. However each level of care (e.g. IOP or Outpatient) has a different scope of services offered depending on where the consumer as at in treatment. Consumers that are enrolled in IOP and Outpatient are still in need of structure to help him or her through his or her recovery process.
These resources are routinely available to all clients, as appropriate, by gender:
Community Health Awareness Group (C.H.A.G.) - Provides education clients on-site, on responsible sexuality and the prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
National Council on Alcoholism and other Drugs Provides weekly education to all clients on-site. Mothering-parenting skills are taught to women clients and fathering-parenting skills to men clients.
Black Family Development - Education and counseling is available, to the family members of all clients who wish information on basic issues of addiction, recovery, co-dependency and enabling, and the effects on the family.
Catholic Social Services of Detroit/Wayne County - Provides weekly on-site group discussion with W.R.A.P. clients (female) on domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Detroit Central City Community Mental Health / Northeast Guidance Center / TEAM Mental Health - Psychiatric assessment, follow-up counseling, medication, and medication reviews.
J.V.S. - Vocational assessment, training, and job-finding assistance.
Rape Crisis Center – DMC. Specialty group services to clients whose history of rape or incest is a barrier to concentrating on current recovery treatment.
Michigan Works and Detroit Work Place - Job readiness, resume preparation
Elmhurst Home, Inc.12010 Linwood Detroit, MI 48206
Elmhurst Home, Inc. is funded by: Detroit Wayne Integrated Mental Health Network, Wayne County Dept of Children and Family Services, Wayne County's Sheriff's Office, Michigan Dept of Corrections, The Faith-Based Organizations, and the Community
Residential Intake: 24 hours/7 days
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