Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program is short-term recovery center located on an 8-acre property in Annapolis, Maryland. The length of stay in the center is only 21 days, which means it’s a very busy schedule. The recovery program is based on the 12-step AA/NA program.
The facility is separated into three wings—one for male residents, the other for female, and the third wing for teenagers. Teens stay alone in their rooms, while adults share rooms with a roommate.
Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program: Treatments, Programs, and Staff
Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program offers special recovery plans for teenagers and adults with substance abuse problems and co-occurring disorders. Also, there are customized treatment plans for people with drug use problems, alcohol addiction, and dual diagnosis.
The center emphasizes the importance of family support. Family members are allowed to attend inpatient individual therapy sessions or weekly educations and wellness workshops.
Inpatient Program in Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program includes medically supervised detox, case management, group therapy, family counseling, 12-step meetings, aftercare planning, addiction education, and adventure therapy.
Partial Hospitalization Program includes therapy sessions during the day, but in the evening patients can go home. This program is designed for clients who do not require detoxication and inpatient stay.
Traditional Outpatient Group is designed for people who are struggling with consequences of their drug use. The program focuses on relapse prevention, self-diagnosis, building a support network, and education.
Team members in Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program include:
- Nursing coordinator
- Family therapist
- Mental health clinician
- Intake counselor
- Clinical counselor
- Certified teacher
- Adventure therapist
Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program: Facilities and Extras
Outpatient Detoxification Program includes medical care and management of withdrawal symptoms during the detox period. The only difference between this and conventional detox program is that clients go home in the evening and come back to continue their treatment first thing tomorrow morning.
Intensive Outpatient Program includes three-hour therapy sessions four times a week.
Continuing Care Outpatient Program is designed for those clients who need continuous care. Weekly therapy sessions are 90 minutes long.
DWI/DUI Education & Treatment Programs are designed for people who were charged with driving while intoxicated or under the influence. There are two types of programs—12-hour (six weeks) and 26-weeks long education.
Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center has a specialized program for teenagers struggling with addiction, and it includes:
- Inpatient program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Pathways school program—includes individualized program that allows students to continue their education during their recovery
- Intensive outpatient program
- Continuing care outpatient program
- At-risk outpatient group—includes one-hour weekly therapy sessions for teenagers with a minimal amount of substance use.
- Family programs
Residents of the center can use gym, cafeteria, and adventure therapy course.
Rules and Regulations in Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program
The daily routine in Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program includes two morning group sessions after breakfast, two or three sessions after lunch including adventure therapy, two or three therapy sessions after dinner.
When it comes to adult clients, visits have to be pre-scheduled. Teenagers can see guest only on Saturdays. The phone and internet access is strictly limited.
Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program is recovery center which program is based on the 12-step philosophy. It provides comfort to men, women, and teenagers who are struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. The main focus of the center is family and the importance of support network for the successful recovery.
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