RHA is committed to hope and healing in all aspects of addiction and recovery.
Our approach is to provide holistic care and long term treatment to you and/ or your loved ones.
In the midst of the opioid epidemic, communities across the country face increased demands for prevention and substance use services.
To combat this crisis we offer a variety of evidence-based practices including crisis services, specialized opioid treatment, outpatient programs, and non-hospital detox.
Our goal is to help each person we support understand their addictive disease and establish a commitment to recovery and maintenance.
Continuum of Care
RHA Hilltop is committed to long term treatment and provides a full continuum of care to address the bio-psycho-social-spiritual aspects of opioid and alcohol addiction and recovery.
We specialize in providing wrap-around support, advocacy, and various levels of treatment.
- Comprehensive Clinical Assessment: Initial appointment and evaluation to determine appropriate treatment.
- Individual Counseling & Group Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Medication Management
- Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (SAIOP): Consists of structured individual, group, and family treatment. Services are designed to support individuals with developing the skills needed in early recovery.
- Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient (SACOT): Focuses on reducing the use of substances or maintaining abstinence. Supports the development of social support networks, necessary lifestyle changes & education/vocational skills leading to enhanced work activity. Services are provided during the day & evening for 20 hrs. per week so that people can maintain residence in their communities & continue to work/go to school and spend time with their families.
- Substance Abuse Outpatient (SAOP): Consists of structured group sessions focused on strengthening a person’s individualized relapse prevention plan.
Benefits and Outcomes
- Abstinence or reduction in the use of substances
- The development of a social support network and necessary lifestyle changes
- Removes substance use as a barrier to allow for enhanced employment and educational success
- Enhanced social and interpersonal skills and improved family relationships
- The understanding of addictive disease
- The commitment to recovery and maintenance