Our Integrative Environment

What does an Integrative Environment Mean?

An integrated environment is when there is a high degree of communication and collaboration among a diverse group of healthcare professionals that are all on the same team and within the same location of treatment.

What makes an integrative environment so unique is the sharing of information among all the team members related to the client care who are all working under one individualized and comprehensive treatment plan to address the individual’s biological, psychological, and social needs.

Our healthcare team includes a diverse group of members such as physicians, psychiatrists, physician assistants, nurses, licensed addiction therapists, licensed mental health therapists, case managers, family specialists, peer recovery coaches, residential directors, and more.

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Integrated Environment Components

Treating individuals with substance use, co-occurring, and/or mental health disorders requires comprehensive, integrated services and includes:

Thorough screening and assessment processes for physical and mental health
Residential housing during treatment for safety and comfort
Onsite psychiatrist
Multiple treatment formats, such as group, individual, family, and peer support
Motivational techniques as well as Behavioral techniques
Pharmacotherapy when appropriate, and monitored for safety
Relapse prevention
Case management to support aftercare goals

Achieving Integrated Treatment

To effectively receive treatment, the program must:

Be well-coordinated
Be knowledgeable of stage-specific treatment (engagement, stabilization, active treatment, continuing care, etc.)
Implement effective treatment strategies from both mental health & addiction fields
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The early recovery stage is vital. We’ll ensure you get the best possible start.

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Reaching Dual Recovery With These 5 Integrated Treatment Principles

To successfully treat individuals, Peaks Recovery focuses on these fundamental building blocks. With these principles in mind, both substance use disorder and mental illnesses are concurrently treated to meet the full scope of the individual’s needs.

Learn More about our Residential Rehab for Co-Occurring Disorders

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Benefits of Integrated Treatment

Treating individuals within an integrated environment in a residential programs have been associated with the following:

Reducing mental illness symptoms
Improve co-occurring disorder-related knowledge and skills
Substance abuse reduction
Increased self-esteem
Improved treatment retention and client satisfaction

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