3-Phase Approach


Phase 1 – Residential Phase

In this phase at Blueprints For Recovery Clients are led through a series of therapies and treatment activities designed to determine their primary motivation and incentive to get clean and sober. We help clients look at their substance abuse history, negative consequences, positive reinforcement and other factors that influence their decisions to drink or abuse drugs.


Phase 2 – Transitional Living

Clients learn techniques they can use to intervene on behalf of their own recovery and are empowered to be part of their own solutions. This is an amazing process and clients teach and learn lessons that help them and their peers for years to come. Clients also have the opportunity to get part time employment or part time school. Clients are learning to slowly transition into normal life in a safe and structured environment.


Phase 3 – Independent Living

The purpose of phase 3 is to develop an initial recovery support network. By starting this process in treatment we are able to identify strengths and weaknesses in the clients recovery. This phase requires that clients identify specific individuals, organizations, therapists and support groups that will become their primary support system upon discharge. Clients also have the opportunity for fulltime employment or fulltime school. Clients are able to have these responsibilities in a safe environment and really get back into everyday life.

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