Our clients receive counseling within a group setting daily. These sessions consist of regular check in’s and process groups. Different topics include relapse prevention, triggers, anger management, art therapy, music therapy, and the family afterward. Each group is run by a trained counselor and each client’s input is encouraged and valued. Understanding the sharing process at a group level is pivotal in the sobriety of an alcoholic reminding them they are not alone and learning to rely on the recovery community. For more information regarding group counseling please contact our intake and admissions office at (888) 941-9048.
Each client will receive a weekly individual session with their assigned counselor. Each session is designed for the client to feel free to share about not only their addiction but other co-occurring issues that were a result of their drinking and drug use. Within the safety of these appointments individuals explore the options of what a new life in recovery looks like, how to cope with stressful life situations and willingness to get down to the causes and conditions of each individuals addiction. Their individual counseling sessions will teach the client about the value of routine, effective communication and how to process feelings in a safe, non-impulsive manner.
Job Placement Assistance
Many alcoholics and addicts face the dilemma of being unemployed. We value the necessity of being self-supportive in all our endeavors and start the process after day 30. The first step on job search is to secure each individual in a sober, solid group of peers to assist them in the employment finding process. We encourage the value of a “get well” job and work with many local businesses on job placement. Our clients learn such basics as; resume writing, mock interviews, learning to use public transportation and ethics in the work place. To learn more about our job placement program call today and speak with one of our intake specialists at (888) 941-9048.
Weekly Family Group
Addiction affects the family as a whole. When the family is dealing with the disease of addiction, everyone suffers. It causes damage and wreckage that is only repaired through time and the recovery process. We understand this at Yellowstone and encourage the members to join us once a week at our Sunday Al-Anon meeting and family participation group. It is of supreme value for each family member to have a safe place to check in and begin their own process of healing. After 30 days of treatment your loved one will begin the reunification process with the family in a secure and protective environment.
We believe in the value of fun and a quality life worth living. The primary purpose at Yellowstone Recovery is to give you the tools to build that solid foundation as you reshape your sober identity. Yellowstone has been active in the recovery community for 19 years and on any given day you will find many of the Yellowstone Alumni in our houses carrying that message of sobriety and hope to our newest residents. We are involved in many community events, play in a sober softball league, host weekly BBQ’s and continually emphasize the importance of one man or woman helping another. To find out how to join our sober fellowship contact our main offices today at (888) 941-9048.
12 Step Recovery
Yellowstone is a 12 step recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. All clients are required to attend daily AA meetings and actively work with a sponsor. Alcoholics Anonymous approved literature is the basis for many of our book studies and discussion meetings. We expect each client to work the steps to the best of their ability and to take direction from their sponsor. AA teaches clients to get into action and to help other alcoholics.
Affordable Court Liaison/Alternative Sentencing
Yellowstone works directly with parole, probation and the courts to provide a viable option for alternative sentencing. We can appear in court for you or with you and provide court approved progress letters when documentation of treatment is necessary. Costs associated with these services are minimal and far less than attorney’s fees.
Experiential therapies are designed to help clients experience life while sober. It teaches clients that there is fun to be had in sobriety. Yellowstone offers yoga, art therapy, sober sports (softball and volleyball) and puppy therapy. Participating in experiential therapy helps build client confidence while relieving stress and anxiety.