In-Home Treatment

We don’t just drop you back into the "real world..."

Because you never leave it.

Aware's novel In-Home Addiction Treatment (IHATTM) model is based on research that shows that integrated medical and behavioral care and compassionate monitoring—in the home—promotes lasting recovery from addiction. 

So what does this mean for our clients?

Up to twelve months, four phases, one client. You.
“My advisor and I began building my recovery blueprint.”

1. Program Introduction & Education
Once you've completed your In-Home Withdrawal Management (in-home detox, if needed),  our medical and clinical teams will provide a thorough assessment of your personal health and home environment. You'll meet your team: a primary care provider and your individual therapist, care coordinator, family systems therapist, and certified recovery advisor—who will help you design your path to recovery.
“I have confidence that my family can heal as well.”
2. Family Systems Awareness and Support
Addiction is a family disease. As your health improves, you'll see how family dynamics have been affected and learn how to mend the rifts that drinking and drug use have caused. You'll also have a series of educational sessions culminating in a family wellness consultation with your licensed marriage and family therapist.
“So many resources and support all around me.”

3. Strategic Action
Whether you're on your way to a recovery support meeting or doing yoga, you'll be involved in activities that lift your mind, body, and spirit. Virtual and in-home visits avoid the exposure to many threats typically found in more traditional group settings. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), Occupational Therapy, Life Skills Coaching, Legal Assistance, and Educational Consultation can all be part of your personalized path to a new life.
“This is the way I always wanted to live.”

4. Enhancement of Life Skills
Crucial to long-term recovery is the ability to successfully navigate relationships at home, work, and school. Aware brings you cognitive and behavioral training that encourages empathy for yourself and others, stressing the importance of honest communication. You'll learn the art of conflict resolution and develop the ability to devise creative solutions to the problems we all face.
Drugs & alcohol lie, numbers don't.
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