What You Need to Know
We have a few different options of programming to choose from that will benefit different people in different ways with a holistic(whole: mind, body, spirit) approach to recovery.
Program Options Include:
Pre-Treatment Outpatient Program- 2-6 weeks in duration of Intensive Outpatient programming. If you find this to be working great you can roll seamlessly into our 16-week Intensive Outpatient Program.
Intensive Outpatient Program - The intensive phase is 16 weeks in duration and includes Early Recovery Skills, Family Support Groups, Site Specific Programming, Intensive Relapse Prevention and Social Support Groups, and one on one counseling with an Addiction Therapist. Continuing Care is not mandatory but highly recommended and at no additional cost to clients of this program.
Post-Treatment Program - 4-12 weeks of Intensive Outpatient programming designed to minimize relapse by maximizing support.
Recovery Coaching - Individualized support plan that is the least intensive and most affordable option of support.
*Spots are limited to maintain quality counselling and participation.*
Pricing is dependant on program selection and intensity required. Please contact us for pricing on our program options.
Our program has the ability to be a very flexible and individualized that we can start new poeple into the program on a regular basis. Currently there are no wait times for the program and upon an assessment the program would commence the next day.
The involvement and attitudes of family members and friends can significantly enhance the recovery process. Family members are encouraged to participate in the family group session once per week for 16 sessions. Addiction affects the whole family, Recovery must also.
The following is a quoted excerpt taken from the Guidance for Injectable Opioid Agonist Treatment for opioid use disorder by the BC Center on Substance Use "This document emphasizes the important role of families as partners in patient care when appropriate, and recommends the inclusion of family members in decision-making processes and care at all levels when deemed appropriate by the adult patient and their care team. Patients should not be pressured to include family members and should be given full discretion on the decision to include family, if at all.
If the patient determines family involvement would be a positive element in their treatment plan, care providers are encouraged to educate family members about available options and resources and provide as much patient- specific information as possible. In the context of this document, the term ‘family’ encompasses all relations that are important to the patient, including significant others who are not legally recognized as family." Source - BC-iOAT-Guidelines
At Possibilities Recovery Center we believe this to be true also, and will incorporate family as much as possible by adhering to the Saskatchewan Health Protect Information Act
No, our main program takes a gender neutral stance and is proven to work for all genders, races, sexual orientation, culture or demographic. However, we recognize that there are specific gender, cultural, demographic or psycho-graphic issues involved with addiction and our programs have the option to add specific counseling if it is found to be beneficial to the community or demographic being served.
If you still have questions please reach out to us and we will be happy to answer them for you.