TLC's Transitional Living Program is strongly recommended for people who would continue to abuse substances if they remained in their current living situation. The usual indicators for Transitional Living Programs are signs or evidence that someone's health, relationships or work are being damaged by alcohol or drug use.
Many drinkers or drug users, if left alone, will continue to drink or use. Checking into a Transitional Living Program helps you break the cycle of drinking or using on a daily basis. Most of the participants at the facility need more support and structure because they are just not stable enough to manage their recovery on their own.
TLC's successful approach is based on directly learning the skills of planned abstinence in a sober living environment. We work with each client independently to develop a program to help him or her understand the dynamics of their addiction and to give them the necessary tools/support for sustained abstinence.
TLC's unique holistic, systematic approach addresses the physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of addiction, and includes other family members and significant others in the process. The client�s family is invited to participate in the treatment to develop an understanding of the disease, to become educated in the terms used in recovery, and most importantly, to learn their role in the addiction. Understanding and developing positive relationship dynamics is key to the healing process. Working together insures much greater recovery success.
In TLC's Transitional Living Programs our clients experience a clean, safe, relaxed homey environment, including delicious food prepared on site! (Not a sterile institutional facility.) Fun recreational activities are part of the support and healing process in our group counseling programs. Come stay with us and let us help you on your path to recovery.
Programs vary from 28 to 90 days depending on the needs and progress of the client.
We also offer two other programs, the outpatient program (three days a week program) and the online program. The outpatient treatment is for people who are just starting to see the signs of substance abuse patterns and feel they can still function in the world while attending treatment three days a week. If you would like information on the outpatient program, click here.