Each client receives a customized treatment plan tailored to their unique needs and follows a clinically structured schedule to help them reach their identified goals.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Given the clear relationship between trauma and addiction, all facets of treatment at VJRC are trauma-informed. Extensive research indicates an extremely high percentage of people with histories of addiction have experienced trauma, and increasingly trauma is viewed as the predominant gateway “drug.”
Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
VJRCs Partial Hospitalization Program provides treatment for individuals dealing with medical, emotional and psychiatric issues 5 hours a day in a tranquil outpatient setting. The program operates as both an extension of post hospitalization treatment or as a less restrictive means of treatment used in lieu of a residential program.
Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Components:
Substance Use Disorder Counseling
Recovery Maintenance Skills Building Counseling
Co-Occurring Challenges Counseling
Family therapy involves loved ones in the treatment process and focuses on improving communication, educating family members/significant others about addiction and recovery, beginning to repair relationships, and healing the family system.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT):
CBT works to identify unhelpful thought patterns and change or restructure the negative, distorted thinking and the behaviors it drives that propel substance use.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT):
DBT focuses on helping clients build new skills to manage challenging, painful emotions rather than avoiding or acting out on them, as well as decrease conflict in relationships.
Mindfulness teaches how to observe present-moment experience—whether positive, painful, or neutral—both internal and external, with greater acceptance. This facilitates greater conscious awareness, reduces reactivity, increases emotional intelligence, and improves the ability to respond to life’s challenges skillfully.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT):
ACT uses acceptance and mindfulness practices mixed with commitment and behavior-change strategies to increase psychological flexibility and expand decision-making options.
Motivational Interviewing (MI):
MI focuses on identifying, clarifying, and working through the natural and normal ambivalence about entering recovery, and helps to reduce harm and move toward abstinence.
Mutual Aid/Peer Support Recovery Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Celebrate Recovery—a Christ-centered twelve-step-focused program
S.M.A.R.T. Recovery (Self-Management and Recovery Training)—a cognitive behavioral focused alternative to twelve-step mutual-aid