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Continuing Care

Hanley's continuing care services provide support and guidance to patients and families for one year after a patient is discharged, with the goal of Recovery For Life.

Every patients plays a key role in developing his or her own continuing care plan -- a personalized road map for recovery.

Each patient's continuing care plan includes recommendations from the multidisciplinary treatment team.  Each professional from the team will make recommendations to address individual needs for recovery.

Recommendations for continuing care may include a broad range of services to address one's physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health, including (but not limited to):

  • Extended residential treatment
  • Transitional living residence
  • Intensive outpatient program
  • Individual or group outpatient psychotherapy
  • Psychiatric care
  • Appointments with a primary physician and/or specialists
  • 12-Step meeting attendance
  • Age- or gender-specific aftercare support groups
  • Family support groups and/or Al-Anon
  • Nutritional counseling

A Hanley Center continuing care specialist provides each patient with a Hanley Center alumnus or AA/NA contact where a patient lives, and facilitates the initial contact.  The alumni coordinator reviews support groups in a patient's area, and helps identify 12-Step groups that the patient can attend.  Patients and families receive continuing care support for one year following treatment.

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