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Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment

Each person who comes to Meridian is unique. If you decide to stay with us for treatment, your treatment plan will be developed specifically for you, based on your goals, needs and conditions.

Licensed therapists will work with you to discuss your background, history, family, home and work, and your personal goals. Then, we will determine the types of therapies and activities that will best help you reach your goals and develop a balanced lifestyle.

Our residential treatment program is rooted in evidence-based therapy that helps you get to the root of your behavior and empowers you to make positive behavior changes. “Evidence-based” means that the therapy process and techniques have been tested and validated through scientific research.

The program is recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). It is a stamp of approval that shows our program is certified by the highest levels in the field of substance use recovery.

At Meridian, you’ll share a nicely furnished room. You will have space for your personal belongings. Meals are provided. In the residential unit, there is also a full kitchen, community dining area, laundry facilities, and a lounge area with comfy couches and flatscreen TV.

A typical day includes time for personal reflection, individual counseling sessions, group sessions, lectures, and optional activities such as exercise, art, 12-step meetings, recreation and vocational workshops. We also have family therapy and visiting hours once a week. You will have time and space for relaxation so you can focus on recovery.

Therapies and activities to aid in the recovery process include:

  • Twelve-Step
  • Art therapy
  • Yoga and other exercise
  • Outdoor recreational activities (weather permitting)

All of our treatment therapists are licensed and have undergone specialized training to help you live a life in recovery.


Treating Additional Conditions

Sometimes, those struggling with addiction have other mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, that impact their daily lives. If you have one of these “co-occurring” conditions, our trained staff will work with you to create a treatment plan to address how these issues impact your life and your substance abuse.

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