Recovery is Possible!
Women’s Residential Treatment
Addiction is a complex condition. We, at Tiger Mountain Recovery, believe that it requires complex treatment as well. Our residential and outpatient treatment programs encompass all traditional aspects of substance abuse and behavior treatment with an infusion of quality life skills training, self-care strategies, conduct management and coping skills that clients can take with them upon discharge as a relapse prevention measure. Treatment is designed to go beyond the four walls of the therapy office and be easily integrated into everyday life.
Women’s only residential programming for substance abuse is held exclusively at Tiger Mountain Lodge which is 6,000 sq ft – sits on a private 25 acre lake and has a 10 client capacity. That is ultimately important for exclusive ability to reflect and recover in an atmosphere that promotes health and well-being. Programing is based on accountability and authentic desire for recovery that is wrapped around the Equine therapeutic model that has been built from the ground up.
This program is different from other programs by providing you with all the tools you need for recovery along with a firm Spiritual base that we have found is essential for real recovery to occur, and based on techniques that have been proven successful. It is up to YOU.
Intensive Outpatient (Partial Hospitalization)- For Men & Women
Clients can participate in a full program developed to mirror our residential treatment but on an outpatient schedule. Client’s begin at 8 am and are finished between 4-5.
Outpatient programs will be offered for Men and Women suffering from alcohol and substance abuse issues, and will be held conveniently in downtown Henryetta, OK.
Education and activities that address the themes of Recovery Principles, Stages of Recovery, Relapse Prevention, Triggers/Reducers, Coping Skills, Codependency, Grief & Loss, Resentments, Family Dynamics, Women’s Issues, Trauma, Tolerations.
Equine Therapy – Self Esteem Projects - Addiction Education Groups – Parenting – Anger Management - Family Dynamics – Individual - Process Groups