Levels of Care for Addiction Treatment
For information on a specific detoxification or addiction treatment program, please click the appropriate link in the right column. Talbott Recovery features alcohol and drug addiction programs as well as co-occurring psychiatric disorders treatment programming.
We determine the intensity of treatment based upon the levels described by the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria.
Detoxification & Stabilization
Inpatient stabilization is available for patients requiring a more complicated detoxification and/or behavioral containment to interrupt the downhill spiral of his/her addiction.
Campus Phase – (Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP with recovery residence)
Following admission or transfer from detox and stabilization, each patient undergoes a thorough evaluation prior to admission to Talbott Recovery’s programs. The evaluation assesses the patient’s physical, psychiatric, psychological, social, spiritual, and family needs to determine the most appropriate level of care. Patients are admitted to our Campus Phase of treatment for 8 weeks as an introduction to the basic skills of recovery.
Mirror Image Phase (with recovery residence)
After completing the partial hospitalization phase (Campus Phase) of treatment, we frequently recommend that patients be transitioned to Talbott Recovery’s Mirror Image Phase for an additional 4-1/2 weeks. This is usually recommended for individuals who have co-occurring psychiatric conditions, personality related issues, grief, trauma, partner relationship issues, family of origin concerns, sexual or other behavioral processes, licensing and professional concerns, or legal issues.
Please call the Talbott Recovery Intake Department (800.445.4232) and speak with one of our specialists who will assist you to get the best utilization of any available insurance benefits. Talbott Recovery works with all insurance companies and also offers financing options for any treatment costs not covered by insurance.
Talbott Recovery is not an approved Medicare/Medicaid provider.