Treatment that meets you wherever you are in the recovery process

20161206-Rushford_Avon_Open_House-14-(1).jpgRushford at Avon offers varying levels of treatment that adapt to your therapeutic needs, with services that range from once-a-week outpatient therapy to intensive outpatient therapy (IOP), which offers 10-15 hours of treatment spread over five days. All of our programs are short-term and designed to help you either transition out of rehab or prevent the need for that level of care.

Comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment

Whether you are detoxing from opioids or looking to cut back cravings after withdrawal management, Rushford at Avon offers the medication and the therapy you need to stay sober. Our medication-assisted treatment programs use a combination of medications, such as Suboxone or Vivitrol, along with relapse prevention groups that teach valuable coping skills to help you towards long-term recovery.

Often, addiction is complicated by mental health issues such as depression, anxiety or trauma. Clients at Rushford at Avon have access to mental health consultations and treatment from our on-staff psychiatric providers and clinicians.

A wide range of treatment options

The primary mode of treatment at Rushford’s Avon facility is group-based, but family education and support, individual and integrated therapies all work into each person’s individualized treatment plan. Peer support group meetings are held on-site, and all clients have the option to receive Narcan prescriptions and training.

Peer support from Recovery Support Specialists

Recovery Support Specialists (RSS) use their own recovery experience to support those seeking or currently receiving treatment for mental illness or substance use. RSSs have proven to be vital in the treatment of a person in recovery and with mental illness. RSSs complete an 80-hour Recovery Support Specialist (RSS) Training and Certification program.

Help is available through the TryCycle mobile app outside of appointments

Described as a “digital compassionate tether,” the TryCycle mobile app connects clients in recovery from substance use disorder and mental health disorders with their clinical team and a recovery support specialist (RSS) outside of their scheduled appointments. The app is monitored by RSSs every hour to two hours. RSSs are alerted of any client activity flagged as high risk or concerning so they can intervene. Clients can take an inventory assessment for self-awareness and use the journaling component to track their feelings, all of which is monitored.

Yoga and other integrated therapies

At Rushford, we believe in treating the whole person. Yoga is a part of every program at Rushford at Avon, along with other holistic treatments such as art therapy, nutrition education, mindfulness training and meditation.

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