Recovery Centers of Arkansas

Residential

Curriculum for residential treatment is a four-week cycle that includes models such as traditional 12-step work, family systems theory and cognitive behavioral therapy. A close alliance with local recovery groups are a vital part of efforts to see that those completing treatment have established a strong support system. Residential treatment services provide structured, intensive treatment seven days a week with a minimum of 33 hours of group therapy and one hour of individual therapy weekly. An episode of care typically ranges between 30 and 45 days.

Outpatient

Recovery Centers of Arkansas recognizes the chronic nature of substance abuse disorders encouraging clients never to consider treatment “complete”. Therefore Outpatient services are offered at the following three levels of care:

Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Structured to provide a minimum of one individual and three group sessions per week. This level of treatment is often used as a step-down from residential treatment.

Outpatient Treatment
Structured to provide a minimum of one individual and two group sessions per week. This level is often used by individuals active in self-support organizations such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous or by individuals with other strong support systems.

Relapse Prevention
Structured to provide one individual and one group session per week. This level of treatment is typically utilized by individuals who have successfully completed the other two levels.

http://www.rcofa.org

501-372-4611

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