The clinical team at Peak View offers treatment for
Substance Use Disorder
At Peak View Behavioral Health, we treat substance use disorders by treating the whole person—taking into account each individual’s unique history and needs. Our medically-monitored program uses evidence-based approaches along with the Hazelden/Betty Ford COR-12 Program for Opioid Dependence.
The comprehensive substance use disorder recovery program at Peak View includes:
- Medically monitored detoxification
- Dual diagnosis (co-occurring disorders) treatment plans
- Intensive outpatient programming for adults
- Relapse prevention
- Discharge planning
What to expect for
Assessment & Admissions
Upon or prior to admission, clients will receive a comprehensive assessment by one of our masters level clinicians. This assessment would include creating a detailed history of the individual’s substance use—including drug of choice, length of use, and the impacts of substance use (DUIs, missed time from work or school, broken relationships, blackouts, etc.). This will give our staff insight into how best to build a personalized recovery plan. Addiction treatment is different for everyone, and we believe that understanding how a substance use disorder developed will help us help those we serve build resiliency and a long-lasting recovery.
A DEEPER DIVE INTO DETOXIFICATION
Our fully licensed detoxification unit provides:
Around the clock monitoring by our highly trained medical staff
Skilled treatment of withdrawal symptoms common to a range of substances—and combinations of substances
A comfortable and safe detox area
The creation of a continuing care plan for each person who we serve
A commitment to a quick process with minimal discomfort
Acute Stabilization and Dual Diagnosis
The next step in substance use disorder treatment occurs in a welcoming, home-like atmosphere at Peak View that includes outdoor courtyards, gymnasiums, and plenty of windows to allow natural light to enter each individual’s room.
During acute treatment, each person we serve works with their treatment team in group settings that provide education and encouragement while empowering them to move to a life free of drugs or alcohol. To help make that possible, we also treat co-occurring mental health disorders like depression, anxiety, and disorders grounded in trauma. Addressing these dual diagnoses is essential because ongoing sobriety and good mental health are deeply intertwined.
A variety of counseling techniques may be employed to serve the individual needs of each person in treatment. These include:
Individual treatment planning and group therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
Trauma informed care