Medically assisted detox provides the safest approach, resulting in a decrease in the severity of symptoms often associated with opiate and alcohol withdrawal. Dr. Fay leads the Orchard’s award-winning medical team in assessing and managing the symptoms of withdrawal from any substance.
Detox is often the initial phase of treatment and is integrated into the Orchard’s multi-faceted program, which embraces structured sleep, regular hydration, nutritious meals, peer support and clinical intervention.
Readiness to participate in all aspects of programming is determined by the clinical team, the emphasis on the value of early participation.
With our award-winning clinical team and evidence-based programs, primary care at the Orchard provides the foundation for personal success.
Entire families can be impacted by addiction, and the Orchard staff appreciates the important role family members play in the recovery process. Rebuilding trust, strengthening relationships and developing new communication skills are fostered through weekly education and group process support.
Transitioning from primary care to extended care offers clients opportunities to practice skills learned in the previous 42 days. It is a distinctive program designed to meet the specific needs of this stage of recovery.