This program is for patients who have a supportive home environment but require more intensive treatment than traditional outpatient options offer. Patients have the chance to practice recovery skills within a community, leaning on peer and staff support to help them maintain their sobriety.
The Day Treatment program includes several treatment modalities and interventions. A few examples include:
Morning and evening Group Therapy sessions (limited to eight participants) are available to accommodate patients’ daily routines. In addition to the daily group sessions, patients of Tellurian’s Day Treatment Program receive weekly, one-on-one individual therapy. Individual counseling sessions are led by state-certified therapists specializing in substance use disorder treatment.
Family counseling is available and recommended to help loved ones understand the nature of addiction and mental illness. Family members learn essential recovery tools that can strengthen relationships and support the patient’s continued recovery.
The Day Treatment Program is licensed under DHS 75.52 as a Day Treatment Service. It is an approved provider for Dane County’s Intoxicated Driver Program and assists participants in the successful completion of recommended or court-ordered driver safety plans.
Opioid dependence is a challenging and complicated condition, but it can be successfully treated; Suboxone® is the first prescription medication approved for this under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. Suboxone® was developed to decrease the pain and discomfort of withdrawal and to decrease opiate cravings, blocking the effects of drugs like heroin, morphine, Vicodin, Oxycodone, and Oxycontin.
Suboxone® is not a “miracle cure.” Treating opioid dependence takes hard work! Feeling sadness, anxiety, and loneliness along the way is normal, but our team does everything we can to make joy and laughter part of the journey too. The Tellurian Suboxone® Treatment Program follows four distinct phases: