Windsor Laurelwood offers several levels of inpatient care to assist individuals on the road to recovery. Treatment is provided by a team of caring licensed professionals experienced in the assessment and implementation of substance abuse care. These programs are designed as a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and encompass a variety of therapies, including individual, group, family, recreational, and art. All treatment is provided in the context of the 12-step program model.
Including family and other support groups are integral parts to recovery. That’s why we encourage family involvement through weekly family day programs. The program provides family members with an opportunity to learn how they have been affected by the disease of chemical dependency and how they can recover together as a family. Those struggling with chemical dependency issues and their loved ones are affected physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Our mission is to educate the family about their loved one’s illness and how it affects the entire family unit.
The Inpatient Detoxification Program is for adults who require medically supervised withdrawal from alcohol and/or drugs. The program is supervised by a board-certified addictionologist who leads a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including nurses and counselors, in providing treatment to patients during the detoxification process.The goal of this program is to engage patients and family through recovery and education on the disease process to create the best opportunity for relapse prevention. The length of stay in this program is variable.
The Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation Program is designed for adults who are at risk of relapse and require the supportive structure of a 24-hour therapeutic environment. Patients will be under the medical supervision of a board certified addictionologist, nursing staff and counselors. Patients address their chemical dependency issues in group settings and individual work with certified/licensed chemical dependency counselors on relapse prevention. The goal of this program is to engage patients and family through recovery and educate on the disease process to create the best opportunity for relapse prevention. Length of stay in this program is variable but can be as long as 28 days.