Located on 56 acres in the southeastern region of Connecticut, Lebanon Pines is a 110 bed long term facility for men with alcohol and drug addiction. The minimum length of stay is 90 days. Discharge planning is based on each individual’s recovery goals.
The goal of this program is to provide a structured recovery environment with a focus on the psychosocial aspects of treatment. The program is a work therapy program, enhanced by behavioral health, vocational and educational components.
Developing recovery skills, along with personal responsibility, managing signs and symptoms of relapse and lifestyle changes are the primary aspects of treatment in this program. Residents develop a knowledge base with which to accept their disease, prevent relapse and to provide motivation for re-integration into the community.
Within the structure of this program Lebanon Pines offers:
Rehabilitation – Intended for those clients who are seeking recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.
Behavioral Health/Co-occurring disorder referrals – Intended for those clients who present with behavioral health disorders, addiction, and medical problems.
Individual Treatment Planning – Treatment planning is individualized to meet the particular needs and goals of each client, allowing for the assessment of the client’s progress as well as treatment outcomes.
Relapse Prevention – Intended to help those who are in need of strategies to maintain recovery. Lebanon Pines provides an intensive curriculum that utilizes psycho-educational groups on addiction and relapse prevention as well as self awareness and self care.
Comprehensive Aftercare – Providing follow up referrals upon discharge for outpatient counseling and supportive housing.