Frequently Asked Questions
What is addiction?
Addiction is a disease! It affects the functioning of the brain and body. It can cause damage to relationships, families, employment, and life in general.Symptoms of addiction are loss of control, continued use regardless of the consequences, failed attempts to quit using, tolerance to the substance, and withdrawal. Addiction can be prevented, treated, and managed by healthcare professionals, loved ones, and peer support.
Why choose The Grove?
The Grove provides upscale recovery residences for everyone in recovery. We understand that treatment is unique based on the individual, so we offer structured programs, strong support staff, peer support, and clinical options (PHP, IOP, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, OP). On top of all the great services we provide, our exceptional staff is of the best. The dedicated staff work hand in hand to help guide our patients along in recovery. Each staff member works and strives towards the commitment of providing the best services available. Depending on the patients needs, they have the availability to meet with therapists, psychiatrist, medical doctor, nurses, addictionologist, and even get legal advice/help to better themselves on the road to recovery.
When is a good time to contact The Grove?
NOW! Contact us whenever, wherever, however! We are available to take your call 24/7. We always have someone available in the time of need!
What makes The Grove different from other treatment centers?
We pride ourselves in the community and family atmosphere at The Grove. With our approach, we allow you to live in a spacious home with all the amenities you need with structure. We have staff members that live in the houses and provide 24/7 supervision and support. If you are ever in need, we have someone available.
What levels of care are available?
The Grove offers a wide variety of services. We offer PHP, IOP, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Life Coach, Education, Life Skills, intervention and Aftercare. All are vital building blocks to a strong foundation on the road to recovery. Sponsorship and peer support are huge in our fellowship and community.
How long is the program?
The length of the program depends on the individual. We have a 30-60 day PHP program, a 10 week IOP program, and offer recovery residences as well. Our program can be designed to fit any needs. Each patient is different, and the treatment plan will be based on those specifics.
What does a typical day in PHP consist of?
PHP is a partial hospitalization program. It’s a full structured day of treatment. It’s is laid out as follows:
Monday Through Friday:
- 6:30- Wake up
- 7:00- Chores
- 7:30- Breakfast
- 8:30- Meditation
- 9:00-11:30 Group Therapy
- 12:00- AA/NA Meeting
- 1:00- Lunch
- 2:00- Education
- 4:00- Gym (membership to local gym)
- 6:00- Dinner
- 7:00-11:00 – Free Time/Meetings
- 11:00- Lights Out
- 12:00- Group Activity
- 8:00- Meeting
- Grove Family Dinner (first Sunday of each month)
What is available for our Alumni?
We offer an OP group on Wednesday Nights. Also, Grove Family Dinner is open for all alumni to come fellowship with current patients and staff. We encourage our alumni to stay involved any and every way they want to. Sponsor/Sponsee relationships are big while in recovery, and one way to stay involved and be held accountable is to work the steps with someone else.