Short-Term Residential Treatment
Our short-term residential treatment program is based on evidence-based practices and research-based therapies. We have separate residential treatment centers available for men and women. Our experienced staff includes licensed therapists, a medical team with APRNs, RNs, LPNs, CNAs, and MAs.
Long Term Residential Treatment
In our long-term residential treatment program, we have found that long-term sobriety is dependent on an adequate length of treatment. Short-term treatment helps someone break the cycle but the deep-rooted issues that led to the addiction still need to be addressed. Long-term treatment doubles a person’s chance to achieve long-term sobriety. We offer HOPE – Healing, Opportunity, Purpose, and Employment.
Some individuals may need assistance with managing their addiction but are unable to leave a job or family to get the help they need. In cases like this, we offer Real Hope Behavioral Health assistance to help individuals to achieve sobriety. By combining medical treatment with counseling we can help make the path to recovery within your reach.
Real Health Primary Care
Find a family practice doctor through Real Health Primary Care. Our APRNs offer medical services for the whole family from wellness exams to management of a chronic illness.
Our medication-assisted treatment program also known as (MAT) is a program that offers FDA-approved medication combined with counseling programs that treat the individual as a whole.
The transitional living program offers living arrangements for both men and women once they have completed a residential program. Clients attend a 12 step meeting weekly, must maintain sobriety, and have gained employment.
Job Skills Training
Joining the job skills training program helps individuals to receive training for full-time employment. Clients that have completed 90 days of treatment in the long-term recovery program are guaranteed opportunities for full-time employment.
Employee Assistance Program
We offer an employee assistance program for businesses that would like to offer substance abuse and mental health services to their employees.