Our Addiction Recovery Programs

While long-term treatment is the ideal approach for creating sustainable recovery we at Granite Mountain BHC understand that often there are financial and environmental challenges that make a commitment to a long-term treatment process difficult. That is why each client’s treatment plan is designed with these realities in mind.

Types of Addictions We Treat

Alcohol Rehab

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Drug Rehab

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Heroin Rehab

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Opioid Rehab

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Cocaine Rehab

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We offer multiple treatment tracks that strive to accommodate the needs of each client. These tracks include thirty, sixty, and ninety-day programs, as well as an athlete-specific track, and more. All tracks engage the client in a transformative process based on the principles of communitycommitment, and connection, grounded in the neuroscience of substance use disorder treatment.

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We’ve found there are no tougher souls on the planet… than those that suffer from incessant & debilitating thoughts of using or drinking… and/or those who have a loved one with that plight. However.. know that there is hope. And there is a solution. Addiction (and its surrounding behaviors) is so unpredictable because it is a disease of the mind.

Substance use disorder is characterized by experiences of isolation and separation.  Upon Your arrival, you will be welcomed into a caring community founded on the principles of kindness and mutual aid.  At Granite Mountain, this is not just a concept, as in any true community while individuals may serve different roles they are all equally valued and important.  For us, this extends beyond the usual conceptions of staff and client, as we are all equal members of our shared experience. We believe that it is these shared values of kindness, service, mutual responsibility that form the foundation of a community.

What You Can Expect:

  • 30 hours of group therapy per week.
  • Four groups daily in varied environmental settings to promote engagement and stimulation. Including Recover Strong, Primary Group, Psycho-Education, and Relapse Prevention.
  • 1 individual therapy session per week, more available on an as-needed basis.
  • On-going clinical assessments.
  • 4 days of Recover Strong programming per week.
  • Community-based, supervised, nature immersion programming
  • Medical evaluation and treatment on an as-needed basis.
  • Psychiatric evaluation and treatment on an as-needed basis.
  • 12-Step immersion.
  • Begin to identify continuing care needs.

At the heart of our process is a commitment to one’s own recovery.  As an individual begins to assume greater influence in our community they will begin to consummate a deeper commitment to themselves and their well-being.  Authenticity, transparency, and engagement go hand in hand during this phase of growth, and ultimately lead a client to a deeper sense of connection to themselves, their community, and the world.

What You Can Expect:

  • Attainment of greater freedoms and responsibilities within the community.
  • 15 hours of group therapy per week.
  • 1 individual therapy session per week. More available on an as-needed basis.
  • 12- Step application.
  • Continued medical treatment as needed.
  • 4 days of Recover Strong Programming.
  • Unsupervised nature immersion programming.
  • On-going clinical assessment.
  • Employment coaching and job acquisition.
  • Volunteerism support and experience.

For many individuals, substance use disorder lays waste to much, if not all, of what makes life worthwhile. A period of reconstruction is necessary.  As our connection to the world and ourselves begins to awaken us to the possibilities of a better future, we need to look inward and develop the skills necessary to reintegrate into life.  Commitment, resilience, and determination are what will be required of us if we are to continue the transformation which has already begun.

What You Can Expect:

  • 3-9 hours of group therapy per week
  • 1 individual therapy session per week. More available on an as-needed basis.
  • Continued practice managing privileges and unsupervised time.
  • Employment coaching and job acquisition.
  • Volunteerism support and experience.
  • Assessment
  • Recover Strong Program available but not mandated.
  • 12-Step involvement.
  • Community Leadership and Mentorship.
  • Execute Discharge Plan.

Article Reviewed by Gregory Struve

Greg received a Master’s in Counseling from the Adler Graduate School in 2006. He trained at one of the top trauma and anxiety treatment centers in the world until 2008 when he became a faculty member at Grand Canyon University. From 2011 to 2016 he directed a program that leads the field in terms of innovative treatment of anxiety and trauma. During that time he even made several appearances on A&E’s intervention.