The Adult Program serves male and female clients ages 18 and up. This rehab program is generally 30 to 35 days in length; changes in lengths of stay are considered on an individual basis and are based on clinical needs. All adult clients are assigned a primary case manager as well as a small group for engaging in group process.
Neoteric Program (emerging adult male program for young men ages 18-28)
This 45-day rehab program helps clients face their substance use issues head-on and prepares them to re-enter the world as healthy, happy, well-adjusted young men. This is a highly-experiential program and utilizes a wide array of activities including a ropes course, hiking, fishing, kayaking, equine therapy, and organized sports to help show the clients that they can live a full life without using alcohol or other drugs.
The Journey Christian Addiction Recovery Program
The Journey is a faith-based treatment program, designed specifically for those who desire a Christian approach to the recovery process. Available to anyone wishing to participate, this non-denominational, rehab program provides a certified Christian counselor to help clients build and strengthen their faith throughout their time at Starlite.
Our Family Treatment Program
At Starlite Recover Center, family members of loved ones in treatment have the unique opportunity to attend a 2-day family program, which includes a combination of education, family and multi-family group process, and skill-building.
The Freedom Addiction Program for LGBTQIA-identifying Individuals
For clients identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender- queer, intersex, or asexual (LGBTQIA), addiction to alcohol and other drugs can be a complex issue. Some of the primary issues these clients face on their journey to recovery include depression, anxiety, and trauma; feelings of shame, guilt, and rejection; confusion and self-identity conflicts. The caring staff at Starlite understands the unique needs of these clients and knows that with the right care and support, lifelong recovery from the disease of addiction is possible.