Starlite Recovery Center provides treatment at the residential and intensive outpatient levels for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with substance use disorders and certain co-occurring mental health concerns. To ensure that each individual receives the focused services that best meet their specific needs, we also offer a variety of specialized treatment programs.
At the residential level, adults follow personalized treatment plans that incorporate a variety of evidence-based, research-supported interventions. Residential treatment at our center may include detoxification; basic medical care; medication management services; individual, group, and family therapies; and several experiential therapies.
Throughout an adult’s time in our residential program, they benefit from round-the-clock care and supervision provided by a multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our intensive outpatient program, or IOP, can be a valuable source of step-down support for adults who have completed residential treatment. Adults may also enter treatment directly at the IOP level, or they may step up from traditional outpatient therapy.
Adults who participate in our IOP typically take part in three hours of treatment per day, three days per week. Group therapy is the main method of treatment in our IOP, with individual and family sessions also available.
We created the Freedom Program to ensure that adult members of the LGBTQ+ community have a safe and welcoming place where they can receive comprehensive care in the manner that best addresses their specific needs.
Features of treatment in the Freedom Program include a specialized curriculum, peer support services, several groups that focus on topics of particular relevance to members of the LGBTQ+ community, and Lambda 12-Step meetings.
The Journey Program is an optional, nondenominational program for adults who wish to have Christian principles incorporated into their treatment for addiction and certain mental health disorders. This program is designed to help clients embrace and strengthen their faith while they are building a foundation for successful, long-term recovery.
Elements of care in the Journey Program include Bible study, daily journaling, sessions with a certified Christian counselor, meetings with a chaplain, meditation, and Celebrate Recovery meetings.
At Starlite Recovery Center, we have great respect for the dedicated professionals who protect our nation and keep our communities safe. We developed Operation Liberty to provide specialized care for active-duty military members, veterans, and retirees.
Operation Liberty serves members of these professions who have been struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health concerns such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder.
When a person struggles with a substance use disorder, their friends and family members may also be impacted. Loved ones can also play a vital role during and after a person’s time in treatment for a substance use disorder. For these reasons, we offer a variety of family support services, including a two-day Family Program.
The Family Program includes educational sessions, multifamily process groups, and skill-building exercises to help loved ones learn how to communicate better, support each other, and function as a more cohesive unit.