KeyStone Center offers inpatient programs for young adults, ages 18-26, and adults, 27 and older.
The Adult Inpatient Program, also called the Freedom Program, provides substance use disorder treatment to individuals struggling with addiction to drugs and/or alcohol that is escalating and has caused a significant negative impact in their lives.
Some individuals entering the program have a history of addiction treatment, while others will be learning about the 12-step program for the first time. All have a readiness to begin the progression of change. Our inpatient treatment focuses on specific situations and problems currently disrupting a person’s functioning. Our staff works with the client to create a plan to address and correct these, and directs the patient toward aftercare planning. The Freedom Program focuses on directing the patient back into sobriety – helping them to rely on their knowledge, resources, and support system to return them to sober living.
For Young Adults
The Young Adult Program focuses on the unique needs of individuals in recovery who may be just starting out in their careers and balancing independence with family support, and who are struggling with addiction issues. Our focus is multi-dimensional and uses evidence-based methodologies including:
An inventory of the family system will guide the family therapist to assist the family with:
Differentiating from family of origin
Developing intimate peer relationships
Establishing work and financial independence
Launching adult children
The goal of our trauma-informed approach is to help the client recognize the way in which current problematic behaviors and patterns may have emerged as legitimate ways to cope with life stressor, but have now come to represent maladaptive schema that are blocking their ability to fully thrive as a functional adult.
Both the young adult and adult, program questions include: “What went wrong?” and “How do I fix it?” Patients will explore and answer these questions while simultaneously creating a plan for sobriety. Family and significant others are very much a part of the treatment process and are trained to be “change agents” for the patient in aftercare.
The Freedom program is secluded from much of the other treatment programming and these small, co-ed groups spend the majority of time together.
Our staff includes Master’s Prepared counselors with training in co-occurring disorders and Certified Addictions Specialists who bring their own unique perspective and challenge their patients to, through very active participation, take ownership of their condition and begin to make the changes necessary for recovery. The program is structured so the group members assist each other through these difficult decision-making times by becoming mirrors for each other. Inter-group confrontation, guided by the counselors, is key to the success of this program.
Topics Addressed During Treatment Include:
Using the 12 Steps
Family Dynamics and intervention
Mental Health Symptoms Management
High-Risk Situation Management HIV / STD Education
Re-engaging a Sober Support Network
Gender and Issue specific groups
Symptom Management Education
Utilizing an array of therapeutic resources, the program will be able to provide the patient with various adjunctive therapies in support of obtaining the patient’s treatment goals. These therapies will include:
Spirituality: An important treatment objective of the KeyStone Center is to assist the client in understanding the process involved in practically applying recovery principles in order to enhance and improve quality of life. Most patients, upon admission, feel spiritually bankrupt and empty. The clinical staff prioritizes relationships in a patient’s life: relationship with self, Higher Power, and others. If the focus of treatment is limited to the mind and body, the patient’s spirituality is minimized. As the patients’ treatment incorporates spiritual principles, issues that stagnate personal growth, forgiveness, and acceptance are addressed in a holistic manner, so healing can be experienced and hope restored.
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