Everyone’s struggle with addiction is unique. Our team works to ensure that the recovery process is tailored for each patient to achieve personal success.
Important Notice Regarding COVID-19:
We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve. This means some off-site activities or other programming have been postponed or moved to telehealth offerings. Your cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.
Admitting patients will be tested for COVID-19 at the facility, prior to admission. Patients will be admitted only if their test is negative. Upon admissions, patients will be required to Quarantine for 48 hours and will be retested for COVID-19 prior to ending their quarantine. In most cases, Quarantine involves being housed in a private room with access to all of the appropriate services and personnel for their level of care. Staff will be available to you throughout the quarantine time. Meals, snacks and medications will be delivered to your room In some cases, Quarantine will take place in a shared room with one or more additional patients who have admitted to the facility on or around the same date, who have also tested negative for COVID-19 prior to admission. Our Quarantine Policy is designed to help aid in the prevention of spread of COVID-19 that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms.
Detoxification alone can’t change the course of an addiction. However, a medically supervised detox process can assist you in overcoming physical symptoms of drug withdrawal. In this difficult first step, our priority is your safety and comfort.
Our medical staff will ensure your physical safety during detox, and will be caring for you around-the-clock to ensure a healthy detox process.Learn more
After medical detox, inpatient rehab can be the vital next step on the road to healing. Inpatient rehab, sometimes referred to as residential rehab, is an involved program in which clients spend their days with medical and clinical professionals to learn how to live life without substances.
With a variety of clinical and recreational therapy options and on-site amentities, inpatient care can be a transformative piece of a full continuum of care.Learn more
Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) offers a higher level of autonomy and independence to patients who are ready for the next stage of care.
In the PHP, you will receive therapeutic services at our facility during the day, but will return home at night. We provide access to evidence-based recovery services while giving you the chance to build independence and hone real-world coping skills.Learn more
For individuals who have advanced in their treatment, the intensive outpatient program (IOP) offers access to a full range of services while helping clients prepare for life outside of formal treatment.
IOP patients can take part in individual and group therapy, support groups, family programs, and recreational therapies. In an IOP, you can stay focused on treatment goals and benefit from the support of a multidisciplinary team while practicing new coping strategies.Learn more
Outpatient care services are offered to provide non-residents the services and treatment they need to thrive outside of our facilities and on their personal road to recovery.
At The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, patients work with counselors on relapse prevention, either in personal sessions or via telemedicine, a cutting edge method of providing clients clinical health care at a distance.Learn more
We’re deeply committed to your success. With this in mind, we develop a comprehensive aftercare program that helps you transition from the acute setting of our facilities and into your home successfully. You’ll receive a comprehensive discharge plan prior to departure, including appointments with your primary care provider, psychiatrist, outpatient therapist, and any other necessary aftercare services. We also assist with locating quality sober housing options, as well as community support meetings to best assist you.Learn more
Substance abuse is a complex brain disease. That’s why it requires intensive support from a full team of addiction professionals.
Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that all of your needs — physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual — are addressed in treatment. You will also have access to a group of highly qualified, credentialed professionals who are dedicated to helping patients succeed in recovery.Learn more
True recovery doesn’t take place in isolation. That’s why our family programs at Palmer Lake ensure that as you recover from substance abuse or co-occurring disorders, your family members will have the opportunity to heal as well.
Through private counseling, group sessions, and support groups, families are brought closer together, and trust is re-established. The ultimate goal of family therapy is to create a healthier environment that nurtures a sober life. Spouses, parents, children, and partners of patients receive the support of compassionate treatment professionals who care about their success.Learn more
Addiction is complicated. Mental health issues are more common than many understand and can be an underlying issue layered by addiction. Often, these issues go hand in hand with drug addiction or substance abuse.
Our staff is trained to provide support to those dealing with addiction and mental health issues at the same time. This focus on co-occurring conditions integrates each program provided at Palmer Lake to ensure that our patients are provided the most comprehensive assistance in achieving their recovery goals.Learn more