Southstone Recovery Center offers outpatient programming for women who are struggling with substance use disorders and may have related mental health concerns. Our team provides comprehensive services that can help each participant make significant progress toward better health.
What We Treat
Southstone Recovery Center provides personalized treatment for women who are suffering from substance use disorders and certain co-occurring mental health concerns.
We offer a partial hospitalization program (PHP), a level of care that is designed for individuals who need structured services for addiction-related symptoms but do not require 24-hour supervision.
Each participant in our PHP must:
- Be a female who is age 18 or older
- Have a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder
- Be detoxified of all substances
Common substances our participants are struggling with addictions to include alcohol, opioids, cocaine, methamphetamines, prescription painkillers, and benzodiazepines.
Participants in our PHP may also have a secondary diagnosis of a mental health concern. Some of the more common co-occurring conditions we treat include:
- Bipolar disorder
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Safe & Welcoming Environment
When you receive care at Southstone Recovery Center, you can step away from the stress and distractions of everyday life to focus exclusively on what matters most — your health.
Our campus is located on 200 rural acres that include a lake for fishing, a gymnasium for basketball and volleyball, art and pottery studios, and an outdoor recreation area where women can enjoy hiking, gardening, and other leisure activities.
All our lodges are separate from the education and dining facilities, allowing for quiet, peaceful time for growth and reflection when programming isn’t in session.
Skilled & Experienced Staff
The staff members at Southstone Recovery Center work closely with each PHP participant to ensure that they have the best chance to experience long-term recovery.
Our professional staff members represent a wide variety of skills and experiences. What they share in common is their dedication to providing personalized care and compassionate support.
Professionals our PHP participants may work with include:
- Medical directors
- Nurse practitioners
- Registered nurses
- Licensed professional counselors
- Certified substance abuse counselors
- Licensed clinical social workers
- Recreational/activity coordinators
- Behavioral health associates
- Health and wellness coaches
- Yoga instructors
- Equine therapists