Monitored detox and a 30 day residential inpatient program for those starting on their journey of recovery. Clients work through their addiction and gain the knowledge needed to succeed.
Long Term Recovery
Designed for those who have recently completed an inpatient rehab, Long Term Recovery is a 30 day program that progresses one from an inpatient rehab to living in a transitional living environment.
Our Transitional Living Program offers a slow and gradual reintegration back into daily life while providing support, accountability and guidance.
A Community of Recovery
From the day you reach out to us, you become part of the Stones River Recovery family. Daily interaction with caring staff and members of our recovery community will not only encourage you, but will give you access to the valuable experience of others who have been where you are.
Our own experience in recovery led us to form programs that will not only help you get sober, but live a sober lifestyle. Many times one finds themselves leaving a 30 day rehab with the question, "What now?" Our Long Term Recovery and Transitional Living Programs were designed to help you build on the foundation of recovery introduced during inpatient rehab: a practical design for healthy living.
Proverbs 27:17 reminds us, "As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another." No man is alone at Stones River Recovery. Participants in all of the programs are surrounded by caring staff and other members of the program on a daily basis. Many long-term friendships are formed by the bond of people helping others who have struggled through similar situations.
Participants rely on the strong friendships and bonds of peers, staff and the community to gain a solid network of recovery. From the day you reach out to us for help, you become part of the Stones River Recovery family. Each individual is treated with respect and compassion as he grows spiritually, mentally and physically.
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Contact us anytime and one of our experienced, caring staff will help you begin your journey of recovery.