Lengths of Stay

Residential treatment at Tiger Mountain Recovery is tailored to the specific needs of our clients.Research has shown that client’s who receive between 60-90 days of residential treatment, or longer, show the best long-term results.

Statistics show that a 90 day model of treatment is most effective in long-term success in relapse prevention. Our treatment program is based on the 90 day program model. Individual client success during treatment will be assessed throughout the program by our qualified Treatment Team- Psychiatrist, Master Counselor, BHRS, and support staff with the client on a continual basis.

30-90 day Program

    • Maintain abstinence from mood-altering chemicals and/or addictive behaviors.
    • Gain education about the disease of addiction in order to make a self-diagnosis related to prognosis.
    • Develop commitment and/or the appropriate participation in a recovery support group as an aid to provide support and assistance in maintaining a sober and drug free lifestyle.
    • Develop structured and well-monitored continuing care and relapse prevention plan as a part discharge preparation.

  • First time attending a residential substance abuse treatment center.
  • Has a support system in place.
  • Span of use has occurred over the last 5 years or less.


3-6 Month Program

  • Cognitive restructuring.
  • Socialization to treatment and recovery lifestyle.
  • Challenge negative automatic thoughts.
  • Identify/Explore underlying issues.
  • Building motivation.

  • History of a relapse.
  • Minimal/unhealthy support system.
  • Span of use over more than 5 years.
  • Co-occurring disorder (personality disorder, depression, anxiety, OCD, panic disorder, etc.)


6-12 Month Program

  • Behavior modification.
  • Prolonged abstinence from mood/mind altering chemicals.
  • Emphasis on relapse prevention as a lifestyle change.
  • Stress management.

  • History of recurrent relapses (2 or more).
  • No/dysfunctional support system.
  • Sobriety severely impacted by co-occurring disorders (depression, anxiety, seasonal affective disorder, etc.).
  • Chronic/severe legal issues.
  • History of physical, mental, emotional, or sexual abuse.
  • History of suicide attempts.