Taking a Look at the Seabrook House Model
Trying to overcome addiction to substances can be a long and grueling process. Many people blindly enter programs that don’t fit their needs and then rehabilitation consequently becomes an ongoing unsuccessful process for them. It’s vital for people searching for addiction recovery programs to find one that lays out a specific plan with goals. Without a plan or goals, rehabilitation can be a continuously aimless attempt at recovery. At Seabrook House, we lay out a well researched and tested rehabilitation plan called the Seabrook House Model.
We believe that community, continuity, and structure are essential in a successful recovery program. We know that recovery is a lifelong journey, going beyond the care received in the four to five weeks of inpatient treatment at Seabrook House and at every turn, Seabrook House emphasizes the vital importance of a dedicated participation in 12-Step recovery programs. The Seabrook House Model® represents our belief, our ideology, and our prescription for an ideal care plan. Based on outcome study research and our experience over our 37-plus years in the mission of helping families find the courage to recover, The Seabrook House Model® is what we understand to work best for most. The Seabrook House Model® is prescribed to our patients as a plan for the first year in three core phases: Inpatient, Transitional, and Maintenance. Sticking with the Seabrook House Model has proven to work best for patients because it results in a lasting recovery due to the life changing holistic therapies that are offered at Seabrook House.
All Seabrook House programs are grounded in the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). We believe in a holistic approach offering a multitude of rehab services, including yoga, EMDR, psychodrama, music therapy, equine assisted therapy and adventure based counseling. The Seabrook House Model® of treatment includes a multifaceted medical approach to alcohol and other drugs including opiate detoxification, gender-specific therapy with special emphasis on relapse prevention, and family intervention services. A detailed look at the Seabrook House Model can be found here. Boston, Massachusetts (MA) residents and residents in other areas on the east coast are located conveniently close to the Seabrook campuses in New Jersey (NJ), Pennsylvania (PA), and New York (NY). Contact Seabrook House today to see how the Seabrook House Model can help you plan out and stick to your recovery!