Specialty Programs to Meet Specific Needs
At Talbott Recovery, we offer a variety of substance abuse treatment programs each designed to meet a specific need. Whether you are a young adult, an established professional or somewhere in between, we have a program to help you address all aspects of your unique addiction. Within our core treatment programs you’ll also encounter specialty programming at different points along the way to enhance your recovery. This includes our unique Mirror Program focused on peer mentoring, family groups to help strengthen your support system and our Life + Challenge Program to keep you connected once treatment ends. Read on to learn more and find the program or programs that are right for you or your loved one.
Addiction and substance abuse can impact all areas of a person’s life. It can affect your relationships, home life, mood and career. For professionals in a variety of fields, getting treatment isn’t as easy as picking up the phone. There are unique needs that must be addressed. Fortunately, there is hope for professionals dealing with an addiction.
Pilots face specific issues that are unique to their profession and must be considered in the design of any addiction treatment plan. The concern for public safety is the primary mission of the FAA, and there are many restrictions and rules that have a noteworthy impact on a pilot’s career. These regulations are complicated, and only specially trained clinicians are able to help pilots navigate their way through this labyrinth.
Most young adults who suffer from addiction have a harder time achieving sobriety than their adult counterparts. Talbott Recovery’s Young Adult Addiction Program was designed to address that difficulty. Our programs for young adults 18 and older concentrate on treating substance abuse in this specific demographic.
Mirror Image Program
Patients can see the effects of the disease of addiction in others but are unable to see those same affects in themselves. This innovative program, created by Talbott Recovery Founder G. Douglas Talbott, M.D., allows participants to gain new insight by working with newly admitted patients in other drug and alcohol treatment programs.
A loved one’s alcohol or drug abuse creates ripples that impact the entire family, and we view family as an essential component of a patient’s ongoing recovery program. Our Family Program is designed to assess the family’s needs, educate loved ones about chemical dependence, and offer ongoing family support during and after the patient’s treatment.