The clinical program offered at Tulip Hill Recovery is comprised of two different levels of care; intensive outpatient and aftercare, both of which include case management services.
Throughout the duration of our program, our clinical staff provides our clients with the tools needed to obtain lasting recovery. Each client’s individualized treatment plan is desgined to support his or her long term goals.
By providing individualized support we are able to build the self-esteem of each of our clients and we continue to see positive outcomes. This continuum of care is specifically designed to assist our clients in creating a future that is worth staying sober for.
Levels of Care
Tulip Hill Recovery provides individualized therapeutic care, group therapy, and case management services as part of our intensive outpatient program. This level of care consists of nine clinical hours per week. These hours are spread throughout the week in order to provide continued support and accountability to our clients.
Intensive outpatient is often times the natural progression from a residential substance use disorder program, but can also be a beneficial resource for people in the community who may not be appropriate for inpatient treatment. Our admissions staff will provide assessments in order to assist people with finding the correct level of care.
Aftercare is the second level of care offered by Tulip Hill Recovery. Aftercare consists of three clinical hours per week which are made up of individual therapy, group therapy and case management services. Clients remain with their same primary therapist throughout the continuum of care. Part of the focus at the aftercare level is the reintegration into independent living.
While clinical staff may recommend for a client to receive more than three clinical hours during the aftercare phase, these additional hours would not be a financial burden to the client or their family.
A critical piece at the Intensive Outpatient level of care is individual therapy. Upon admission, clients are assigned a primary therapist whom they meet with a minimum of once per week throughout the duration of their treatment. We believe the rapport that is built between client and therapist is impactful in early recovery, while clients struggle with daily life stressors.
This relationship also helps the client feel safe to explore underlying issues that they often have never shared before; much of the healing process can begin with a strong therapeutic relationship. Various techniques are used by clinicians because we aim to individualize treatment to each client, and utilize the modalities that are most helpful to the individual client. Some of these sessions include Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Narrative Therapy.
At Tulip Hill Recovery, we feel passionately about the importance of group therapy. As research indicates, group therapy is one of the most effective modalities in addiction treatment.
Addiction is an isolating disease that perpetuates feelings of shame and grief. Through the use of group therapy, clients are able to begin reconnecting with others in a healthy, meaningful way. A sense of community is critical for someone in recovery, and we use various therapy modalities to help clients learn to be vulnerable, trust, and recognize that they are not alone.
Group therapy helps to assist clients in the change process through experiential exercises, challenging denial systems, psychoeducation, and process groups which help explore the underlying issues that exacerbate addiction.
Case Management Services
Navigating the early stages of substance abuse treatment can often be very complex. Case managers assist the clinical team in improving better outcomes for our clients by making sure they are prepared with the life skills and resources necessary to maintain long term recovery.
In the beginning stages of our intensive outpatient program each client is individually assessed for their specific case management needs. This comprehensive care may include anything from correspondence with legal representatives to coordination of medical providers, resume building or facilitation of educational objectives. Clients meet weekly with their case manager throughout our continuum of care to coordinate and achieve stated goals.
The primary functions are to provide assessment, planning, links to outside support services when necessary and advocacy for each of our clients. This support is a vital part of Tulip Hill Recovery because it addresses multiple aspects of each client’s life and wellbeing while keeping them engaged in treatment.