Residential Treatment Services
At Harbor Hall, we believe that substance-related disorders affect the whole person and is reflected in the individuals’ problems with conduct, attitudes, values, beliefs and emotion regulation.
The goal of treatment is to:
- Promote abstinence from substance use
- Address other addictive behaviors and antisocial tendencies
- Address any co-occurring condition (both physical and mental)
- Affect change in the client’s lifestyles
- Promote self-worth
- Improve decision making
- Develop relapse prevention strategies
This level of care serves individuals who need a safe and structured therapeutic environment. The living environment enables the client to develop, practice and demonstrate the skills necessary to maintain sobriety and recovery.
Harbor Hall offers residential treatment services for men and women that feature a highly planned and structured regimen of care in a 24-hour setting. Treatment services adhere to defined policies, procedures and evidence based clinical approaches.
Through an intensive assessment process, the Length of Service varies and depends on an individuals’ assessed needs. Generally, the maximum length of stay is 90 days. The client participates in a treatment planning process with the assigned primary group therapist. Treatment Plans are individualized and based on the assessment of needs. The duration of treatment varies based on the severity of the individual’s illness and the response to the recommended treatment plan.
Harbor Hall’s Clinical Staff is a highly trained, professionally licensed and/or certified by the Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP). This multi-disciplinary team reviews treatment progress and makes recommendations for continuing care.
Our Men’s Residential Treatment Facility has 40 beds and our Women’s Residential Treatment Facility has 8 beds available for treatment. This service is delivered to adults 18 and older.