Primary Residential Treatment is a drug treatment and rehabilitation program the Pat Moore Foundation promotes, and it is the cornerstone for individuals who are considered to be in the highly addicted range.
Primary Residential Treatment is a fully concentrated program, twenty-four hours a day, and on the Pat Moore Foundation’s campus. Offering a clinical / social modality and clinical therapy as needed, Individuals are seen in both group and singular sessions, on our unique campus. Included are non-medical detoxification services, non-medical supervision, and clinical treatments.
The most successful Primary Residential Program lasts ninety days, and is followed with Extended Care / Outpatient Treatment, which can last six months to a year. Because addiction is considered a chronic disease, treatment via self-help groups, 12-step groups and therapy are recommended on a regular basis.
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