In the recovery community humanness is defined as the understanding and acceptance of the frailties and weaknesses associated with oneself as an inperfect being.
Active alcoholism and addiction blinds an individual from seeing the destructive characteristics of humanness that we all posess. The defense mechanisms that protect a chemically dependent individual from the reality of their suffering are:
Acceptance of one's humanness of weakness and imperfections allows oneself to break down the wall of denial and ultimately leads to recovery.
At the Charter Oak Recovery Center each person is seen as a unique individual with special needs and unique life curcumstances. The all private room program follows the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and 12 Step philosophy. Our residential treatment center for adult men and women is designed for those who may have been recently discharged from an inpatient setting or needing a more structured environment than an outpatient setting can provide.
Residential Treatment Program Services
Charter Oak Recovery Center provides the following focus of care for continues sobriety:
- Individual Treatment Planning and Therapy
- Emotional Process Groups
- Family Involvement
- Sponsor Network
- Medical Supervision
- Educational Workshops
- 12-Step meetings and studies
- Relapse Prevention
- Discharge Planning
- Random Drug Testing
- Return to work planning
- Dynamic Lecture Series
- Step-down to Day Treatment and Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Services
- Free Aftercare Groups for one year
All this is done in a comfortable living environment.
All detox services are provided at Aurora Charter Oak Hospital prior to admission to the Charter Oak Recovery Center. For more information about Aurora Charter Oak Hospital, click here.
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