The residential program at Blue Ridge Mountain Recovery Center is a leading treatment program designed to help those suffering from addictions and co-occurring disorders such as depression and anxiety. Program length averages 35 to 45 days.
Upon admission, each resident receives a complete assessment from our caring staff. This evaluation helps your treatment team create the best possible individualized treatment regimen to facilitate your recovery. As you progress through the program, your treatment plan will be updated to keep in line with agreed upon goals. Once you have completed the program and are ready to continue your recovery outside of Blue Ridge, we will make sure that all the appropriate tools have been put in place.
Typical Day at Blue Ridge
The drug and alcohol program is centered around the 12-step model of recovery and uses a holistic approach to make sure the whole person is treated instead of focusing on just his or her symptoms. Each day starts with early morning meditation, followed by a variety of different groups that focus on issues such as relapse prevention and recovery skills. Relapse prevention groups are held every day in the morning for an hour and are followed by another hour long group. After lunch, clients attend small groups and will then engage in one of our experiential programs. At the end of the day, after dinner, 12-step groups are held for two hours before ending the daily schedule with study hall. Clients will have free time every evening until room curfew at 11pm.
Clients participate in daily educational and therapeutic activities that may include:
- Educational lectures
- Group and individual therapy sessions
- On-site and off-site 12-step meetings
- Recreational activities
- Spirituality groups
- Men’s/women’s groups
- Relapse prevention
Some of the experienced professionals that will be helping each patient through their journey include:
- Medical Director that is a Board Certified Addictionologist
- Psychiatrist that is Board Certified in Addiction Psychiatry
- Licensed Nurses
- Licensed Professional Counselors, Family and Marriage Therapist, and Social Workers
- Certified Addiction Counselor(s) Level I and II
- Georgia Certified DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Instructor
- Anger Management Specialist
- Relapse Prevention Specialist
- Certified Personal Trainer
- Music Therapist
At Blue Ridge, we believe we have an obligation to be educated and versed about the disease of addiction, so that we can help society better understand its devastating effects and the ways to help people recover. We believe that when given the right chance in the right atmosphere people can and do recover from this tragic disease. Each patient who enters our residential program will be offered our utmost care.