At our Center for Hope, CoRR has developed programs specifically to help health care professionals recover from alcohol and drug addictions. Our campus-style facility, which includes gender-specific residential programs, sober living homes, outpatient programs, and on-site primary care on three beautiful acres that also support an exercise facility, organic garden, and par course, provide an ideal option for professionals seeking recovery. Our experienced multi-disciplinary team, including medical professionals, licensed therapists and psychologists, and certified drug and alcohol counselors work to develop treatment plans based on the unique recovery needs of each client.

Our program begins with a thorough assessment and evaluation.  Professionals participate in an evaluation and diagnosis, complete medical assessment and examination, psychological assessment, drug and alcohol assessment, spiritual assessment, and psychiatric assessment. Recommendations from this multi-disciplinary assessment are discussed with the patient, referent, and family as appropriate.

CoRR’s  Professionals Program includes:

  • Group and  individual sessions  related to recovery.
  • Peer-to-peer interaction.
  • Tools for returning to work after treatment for addiction.
  • Interaction with health care professionals who are in recovery.
  • Lectures on scientific and medical aspects of alcoholism and drug dependency.
  • Focus on relapse prevention
  • Integrated focus on physical wellness and  nutritional therapy.
  • Elective therapies, such as massage, acupressure, and art therapy.

CoRR’s residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment program for health care professionals incorporates many services:  individual counseling, group therapy, mental health, elective therapies and wellness services and with a focus on the family system.

Supported by clinical staff and our program physician, our clients address issues related to professional licensure, employment status, professional practice, and participation in formalized health care monitoring programs.  Length of  stay in the gender-specific treatment program  individualized based on the client’s needs, but is often between 30 and 90 days. Our campus-style Center for Hope also provides the opportunity for clients to complete 30 or 60 days of residential treatment and transition to a less intense level of care, such as outpatient or intensive outpatient, while remaining on campus in a clean and sober living home.

CoRR’s on-campus family residential home is designed for families to visit their loved one and engage in a three-day program with CoRR’s clinical professions to learn about the disease of addiction, how to support successful recovery, and develop a family recovery plan.

Regaining your professional life

CoRR maintains relationships with diversion and monitoring programs and we work closely with them throughout referrals, assessment, and treatment. Following  treatment, we refer licensed professionals to the appropriate monitoring program for ongoing support.