An Integrated Approach

Regaining and maintaining your health means learning to live differently — learning to manage a chronic disease. We work with therapeutic professionals to give clients the support they need to establish a healthy life in recovery.

We look carefully at issues related to mind, body and spirit, blending the latest evidence-based practices and proven methods.

Assessments and Treatment Planning

Using the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s criteria, an individualized treatment plan is developed that addresses each client’s specific clinical needs.

Individual Session w/LADC

Residents at Nexus Sober House are referred to local Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselors for individual therapy sessions. These sessions focus on topics from “Why am I here?” and “How can I cope with the loss of my drugs/alcohol?” to “What are my reasons for staying sober?” and “How can I find new meaning in life?”

Medication-Assisted Treatment

When appropriate, Nexus strongly advocates the use of medications like the opiate-blocker Vivitrol along with counseling. Clients suffering from anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues can also benefit from medication-assisted treatment.

Therapeutic Approaches

We help our residents choose positive behaviors instead of the destructive behaviors they have favored in the past and use the latest research evidence to inform our treatment. Some of the traditional and alternative therapy approaches include CBT, DBT, process groups, meditation, and more.

Intensive Group Therapy Programs

Following detox or inpatient treatment, Outpatient Programs enable our residents to experience focused treatment on a flexible schedule, minimizing disruption to their lives.

Trauma & PTSD

Trauma-informed alcohol and drug counseling is evidence-based, holistic, and personalized—providing care for your mind, body, and spirit. Our affiliated clinicians understand the vulnerabilities of addicted trauma survivors and provide care in ways that avoid re-traumatization while facilitating full participation in treatment.