What we Treat
As a leading addiction treatment facility in the state of Indiana, Indiana Center for Recovery-Jeffersonville offers outpatient treatment to help individuals struggling with addiction to drugs and alcohol. Each program is designed to cater to the specific needs and circumstances of our clients, providing them with the best possible care and support.
Our outpatient treatment program in Jeffersonville provides a flexible option for those who require support in their recovery journey while maintaining their daily responsibilities. Outpatient programs offer evidence-based therapies, mental health support, and access to recovery coaches, allowing clients to continue working towards sobriety while participating in their daily life.
Alcohol detox is the process of allowing the body to rid itself of alcohol in a controlled and safe manner. It is the first step in treating alcohol addiction and typically takes place in a medical setting where the individual can be monitored and treated for withdrawal symptoms.
Drug detox is the process of removing toxins from the body caused by drug use. It is the first step in treating addiction and preparing an individual for further rehabilitation and therapy. The goal of detox is to help the individual achieve physical and psychological stability safely.
Inpatient Drug Rehab
Inpatient provides an environment where patients can engage with addiction while also offering round-the-clock care from trained professionals. Advantages to residential treatment include providing patients backup support systems in an environment which is eliminating distractions.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Partial hospitalization provides a structured program of outpatient services as an alternative to inpatient care. It's more intense than doctor’s or therapist appointments, but it doesn't have the need for overnight stays which can make this option much less disruptive.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) offer a solution for those suffering from addiction who need help controlling their symptoms but don't want the hassle of living away from home or being admitted into intensive treatment facilities.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medication assisted treatment is a type of treatment that combines medication with counseling and behavioral therapies to treat substance use disorders such as opioid addiction. The goal of MAT is to reduce the negative consequences of addiction and improve the patient's overall health.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Our dual diagnosis treatment program addresses the complex needs of individuals struggling with co-occurring disorders, specifically a mental health disorder and substance abuse. Our integrated treatment approach addresses both conditions simultaneously using a biopsychosocial approach.
Inpatient Mental Health Treatment
Inpatient mental health treatment, also known as residential treatment, is a form of mental health care in which the patient lives in a hospital or other facility while receiving treatment. The treatment typically involves a range of evidence-based practices such as therapy & medication management.
Bipolar Disorder Treatment
Bipolar disorder treatment typically involves a combination of medications and therapy. Medications are the most common form of treatment and include mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, and antidepressants. These medications help to regulate mood and reduce the symptoms of mania and depression.
Medication management is the process of coordinating the use of medications to achieve specific therapeutic goals. It involves working with a healthcare provider to develop a plan for taking medications, including determining the appropriate medication, dose, frequency, and duration of treatment.
Ketamine therapy is the use of the drug ketamine to treat conditions such as depression, chronic pain, and PTSD. It is typically administered via intravenous infusion or intranasal spray, and is often used in combination with other therapies.
TMS stands for transcranial magnetic stimulation. It is a non-invasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain. TMS therapy is typically used to treat depression and other mental health conditions.
Our veterans program offers specialized care for those who have served our country. Our services include mental health treatment, substance abuse counseling, and therapy for PTSD and other related conditions. We offer a range of evidence-based treatments to help veterans achieve lasting recovery.
Our Genetic Testing center offers a comprehensive analysis of your DNA to help guide personalized medication decisions for mental health conditions. Our advanced testing technology examines specific genetic markers that impact medication response, allowing for more effective and tailored treatment.
601 North Shore Drive suite 102 103, Jeffersonville, IN 47130, USA