At Hower Lodge, we are a small inpatient rehabilitation center that separates us from other treatment facilities in a couple of ways. The first and most noticeable difference is the intimacy of care at Hower Lodge. There are several reasons this is important in an addiction treatment facility. First, you will work with and see your counselor every day. Our client/counselor ratio is such that counselors do not have an unmanageable workload. This allows them to spend more time collaborating with residents on goals and objectives that are reachable, as well as relevant to each individual person’s recovery. In other words, residents are going to actively participate in their recovery with the assistance and support of licensed professionals who have gone through the recovery process themselves. The program includes groups throughout the day focusing on different topics and how they relate to each individual’s personalized treatment plan. We believe not only in putting in the work necessary to better ourselves, but that learning to have fun during recovery is an essential aspect of maintaining success once you leave here. Secondly, you will see a therapist (LMFT) once per week to further discuss and process issues that residents feel they need the most assistance with related to their addiction. Finally, the intimate set-up of Hower Lodge creates a powerful, loving, and caring setting where all judgments are left at the door, so residents can recover in a safe, compassionate environment.
As a rehab center, Hower Lodge places importance on the resident’s free will during their recovery. There is no requirement to stay except for an individual’s desire to put in the work necessary for healing and recovery. When it is time to leave, each resident will be provided with a plan of action for sustained success. The nature of relationships formed while in treatment means that you will continue to have a support network after you have graduated. Cultivating each individual’s desire and free will to get better becomes essential to building habits that contribute to your continued success after leaving treatment.