SEABROOK, N.J., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Seabrook House, an internationally recognized inpatient treatment center, is pleased to announce its plans for expanding their patient care programs in 2009. The following is just a few of the ways Seabrook House is promoting the message that recovery from addiction is possible and that treatment works. Seabrook House's vision is to make recovery possible for every family who needs it and to educate the public at large in an effort to reduce the stigma associated with addiction.
First and foremost, Seabrook House is pleased to announce the opening of Seabrook East, a 90 day extended care program for women. Located one mile from Seabrook House's main campus in Seabrook, NJ, this new facility will house six women comfortably. This self-pay program will cost $7,066 a month -- which includes a year of monitoring through Seabrook House's Recovery Enhancement Program -- and will be available to women that previously received 30 days of inpatient treatment at a detoxification and rehabilitation center. The program provides a minimum 90 day rehabilitation program, 3 phase step-down for independent living and immersion into the 12 step recovery process. The women will establish a sober support system in the community by attending local self help meetings and obtaining a temporary sponsor. They will have access to 12 hours of clinical group sessions, individual counseling, family therapy, Equine therapy, EMDR -- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - and yoga. This program will follow the model of Seabrook West, Seabrook House's 90 day extended care program for men.
Also, Seabrook House announces the expansion of their Evaluation Program from three days of evaluation to five days. During this program, the patient will receive various testing, undergo assessments and treatment to diagnose the severity and degrees of their addiction and any other underlying issues. The cost of the program is $4800; most insurance is accepted for this program.
Finally, Seabrook House recognizes their alumni as an important contributor to their success. Seabrook House will be opening their doors to all alumni on the last Sunday of every month from 9:30am-2:30pm. The day will start with a small group session where alumni are invited to share their personal stories of recovery and answer any questions asked by the current patients. Following the group session, alumni will interact with the patients on a more casual level as they join them for lunch. Finally, the day will close with a large NA/AA meeting in the Counseling Center Lecture Hall.
For more information about any of the new programs at Seabrook House, please contact Maureen Kibelstis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Seabrook House:
Seabrook House has been helping families find the courage to recover from alcoholism and drug addiction since 1974. The non-profit, New Jersey based facility assists patients in restoring their lives by embracing a way of life based on the 12-Step principles of recovery. Seabrook House provides detoxification and inpatient rehabilitation for adults and women with dependent children. Seabrook's Materliber program allows women to bring their children with them into treatment. In addition, Seabrook House offers professional Family Intervention services to those attempting to help a loved one who does not want help. The family education and counseling services of Seabrook House have been internationally recognized. Seabrook West provides a transitional living opportunity for up to 28 male residents ages twenty-one (21) or older. Seabrook East provides a transitional living opportunity for up to six female residents ages twenty-one (21) or older, who completed their 30 day treatment at Seabrook House. Both programs provide a minimum 90 day, 3 phase step-down for independent living and immersion into a 12 step recovery process. To contact Seabrook House, please visit the organization's web site at www.SeabrookHouse.org, or call the 24-hour help line at 1-800-761-7575.
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