Drug and Alcohol Recovery: Continuum of Care

Addiction and dependency to alcohol and/or drugs is defined as a ‘chronic and progressive’ disease, which means the disease can be halted, and if left untreated, the disease worsens until eventual death. It is a disease that cannot be cured. Addiction needs to be taken seriously, as no one “recovers” from this disease, they maintain a status of being “in recovery.”

At Pat Moore Foundation we understand one of the hardest parts of addiction is admitting you have a problem. In itself, that is a huge milestone. The next step of course is the understanding and acceptance that the disease is progressive and a continuum of care will always be needed through drug and alcohol recovery. That is why we offer a multidimensional continuum of care, including After-Detox Therapy, which consists primarily, but not limited to the following treatment options:

  • Intensive Inpatient Treatment – IPP: Intensive Inpatient Program is a fully concentrated program, twenty-four hours a day, and on Pat Moore Foundation's campus. It utilizes blockers such as Vivitrol and Naxtrexone.
  • Outpatient Treatment – Outpatient Treatment programs involve the individual or group drug sessions that offer treatments consisting of cognitive, multidimensional, and motivational type therapies.
  • Residential Treatment – Residential Treatment is appropriate for people who go to work or school during the day, or cannot attend an Intensive Inpatient Program (IIP) on Pat Moore Foundation's campus.
  • Sober Living – Sober living is for people who have completed an inpatient alcohol and other drug treatment program. The main purpose and common goal of a sober living environment, and the recovering addicts who live there, is to maintain sobriety.

At Pat Moore Foundation we are qualified to support our clients while they journey through each phase of the recovery process. We know each addict has unique needs, and with that in mind we help determine the length of stay to give them the greatest chance at long-term sobriety. The main purpose of any aftercare treatment program is to focus on relapse prevention.