What Does Inpatient Addiction Treatment Look Like?
Each patient undergoes a detailed intake assessment to determine what therapies and treatment modalities best treat their needs. After they’re admitted, treatment will begin.
Comfortable and Homey Accommodations
Far from a sterile hospital environment, Ember Recovery homes for boys are traditional homes modified for teen group living. Teens will receive all treatment on-site and have access to 24/7 monitoring and support. All of our homes also offer inclusive treatment for LGBTQIA+ teens.
Holistic treatment addresses all aspects of each teen from the inside out, incorporating treatment for their mental, emotional, physical, and even spiritual well-being.
From individual therapy sessions and Cognitive Behavioral Health to group therapy and Experiential therapy activities, each modality helps teens develop coping skills and live healthier lives.
Expert and Teen-Focused Professionals
The Ember Recovery team is comprised of industry expert physicians, psychologists, nurses, clinicians, licensed support workers, and house staff to ensure each teen receives the highest possible care and attention.
Living in a residential treatment facility and overcoming substance use can be difficult journeys. Our drug rehab for boys offers 24/7 supervision and support to ensure patient safety and comfort.
Life Skills Assistance
Our desire is to see each teen treated, recovered, and reintegrated back into their daily routine. In that effort, we assist in helping them keep up on essential life skills to develop more independence and prepare them to return to their regular responsibilities.
We believe that a teen’s education shouldn’t suffer due to their battle with substance use. Ember Recovery works closely with school districts, teachers, and parents to ensure each teen can maintain their studies while receiving full-time treatment.
Plant life has a natural calming effect and inspires reflection and relaxation. We have designed our treatment spaces to reflect these principles and nurture a recovery-driven environment.