AARS understands that an effective residential treatment program requires scheduled activities designed to support and enhance client change. Because of this, AARS is committed to providing client-centered services 24/7 that support the recovery, health, and well-being of the persons served and their families.
For 40 years, AARS has worked towards improving the quality of life of our clients. We help build resilience, restore and improve function, and support the client’s integration back into the community. Activities will be based and designed on established best treatment practices. Our trained staff makes every effort to empower clients in their recovery efforts.
AARS is a licensed Level 3.1 clinically managed low-intensity residential treatment facility.
Once a client is admitted, a customized residential treatment plan is created based on individual needs. Our treatment program is a finely balanced program that incorporates the 12-Step recovery philosophy of AA/NA, the search for personal spirituality, reconnecting with important people and activities in one’s life, and the development of a healthier self-concept that supports sober living. Each component is supported through the client’s treatment plan and all services are available to all clients.
AARS residential treatment program components include:
12-step meetings and participation
Meditation, study, reflection and writing
Learning, information gathering and development
Community responsibilities/ work therapy
Mental and spiritual health
Aftercare and transitioning
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Substance abuse can disrupt many areas of health, including nutrition. AARS incorporates nutritional planning into the overall addiction treatment plan, helping to provide the support of balanced, scheduled and satisfying meals that improve treatment outcomes.
Clients participate in three cafeteria-style group meals a day. Meals are planned by a certified nutritionist and special dietary needs are addressed individually. Clients also have access to a variety of snacks throughout the day, including fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, a staff nurse is available weekly to review a client’s nutritional needs.
Clients are housed in dormitory-style rooms (two persons per room). Two rooms share an adjoining bathroom and showering facility. While AARS is co-ed, men’s and women’s sleeping quarters are located in separate areas of the facility.
Social and Interpersonal Relationships
The therapeutic environment of AARS provides unlimited opportunities for clients to develop and maintain interpersonal relationships. The benefits of healthy social interactions can be to:
Expand the concept of intimacy
Learn ways to manage the pervasive aloneness underlying addiction
Provide nurturance of self and others
Recognize one’s worth
Ask for and get help from others (Weiss).
Family and friends visit with clients at AARS at scheduled times each week.
Health and Pharmaceutical Care
A licensed nurse is available for clients five days a week. Regular doctor and a psychiatrist visits to our facility address health and/or mental health concerns of the clients. All medications are managed by our medical team.
Outpatient Services and Transitional Housing
AARS recently launched outpatient services and transitional housing opportunities to accommodate graduates of its residential treatment program. Two on-site properties are being utilized as transitional living homes for male and female clients. In addition, AARS now offers 2.1 intensive outpatient services; 1.0 outpatient services; and community recovery support services to further clients in their recovery journey.