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Laboratory Procedures​

Upon admission, our physician will order blood tests to determine if a client’s health has been adversely affected in any way as a result of their addiction. These simple tests are helpful in evaluating the liver, kidneys, metabolism, thyroid, and cholesterol levels. As treatment progresses, additional tests will be conducted on an as-required basis. Our Medical Doctor continually evaluates metabolic function which may reveal vitamin, mineral, and nutrient deficiencies. Another benefit of these tests is that abnormalities are often found in clients’ gastrointestinal system. Based upon individual test results, recommendations can be made for vitamins and other nutritional supplements.

Random and regular urine drug screens are performed to ensure compliance to our abstinence policy. These tests are effective and accurate demonstrating the decreasing levels of many addictive substances as clients move further away from their last use.

Brain Mapping

A Dual Diagnosis (also referred to as co-occurring disorders, COD) is the term used when a person has a mood disorder such as depression or bipolar disorder and a co-occurring addiction to alcohol or other drugs. A person who has a dual diagnosis has two separate illnesses, and each illness needs its own treatment plan. Some of the more common underlying issues that may result in an individual having a mood disorder and turn to alcohol and / or other drugs are:

• Depression• Anxiety – Panic Attacks• Bi-Polar disorder
• ADHD• OCD• Chemical Imbalance
• Physical Pain • Trauma – Rape – Molestation • Family turmoil
• Low self-esteem

• Lack of purpose

At The Source, we believe that if we can diagnose the underlying or co-occurring condition and treat it simultaneously with their treatment for addiction; the client’s chances of a successful, relapse free recovery are much improved. During their stay each patient is assigned a treatment team which includes a physician, nurse, psychologist, primary counselor, case manager, spiritual counselor, family counselor, dietician, fitness trainer, chemical dependency counselor and a resident manager. This team is tasked with assessing and working with each client to establish an individualized plan of care and post- treatment recommendations designed to support ongoing recovery.

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Brain Mapping

A Dual Diagnosis (also referred to as co-occurring disorders, COD) is the term used when a person has a mood disorder such as depression or bipolar disorder and a co-occurring addiction to alcohol or other drugs. A person who has a dual diagnosis has two separate illnesses, and each illness needs its own treatment plan. Some of the more common underlying issues that may result in an individual having a mood disorder and turn to alcohol and / or other drugs are:

• Depression• Anxiety – Panic Attacks• Bi-Polar disorder
• ADHD• OCD• Chemical Imbalance
• Physical Pain • Trauma – Rape – Molestation • Family turmoil
• Low self-esteem• Lack of purpose

At The Source, we believe that if we can diagnose the underlying or co-occurring condition and treat it simultaneously with their treatment for addiction; the client’s chances of a successful, relapse free recovery are much improved. During their stay each patient is assigned a treatment team which includes a physician, nurse, psychologist, primary counselor, case manager, spiritual counselor, family counselor, dietician, fitness trainer, chemical dependency counselor and a resident manager. This team is tasked with assessing and working with each client to establish an individualized plan of care and post- treatment recommendations designed to support ongoing recovery.

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Chemical Dependency Counseling

The Sources’ chemical dependency counselors help clients understand their dependency on chemicals. We believe that addiction is typically caused by various personal issues and that using alcohol and other drugs is a coping mechanism to deal with the trauma or pain. There are various reasons why people choose to use alcohol and or other drugs. A few examples are: depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, childhood trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and various other psychological disorders. When an individual continually uses an addictive substance, their body rapidly develops a tolerance to that substance, and they require more of the drug to get the same effect. Chemical dependency is both a psychological and physical need that develops when using alcohol or other drugs. This need does not go away; even when the drug abuse results in negative consequences.

Each client at The Source will be assigned a chemical dependency counselor who will work with them every day in one-on-one and group sessions for the duration of their treatment. Counselors will help clients recognize and correct certain dysfunctional behavior patterns they have developed due to chemical dependency. Our chemical dependency counselors will work with clients not only to treat the dependency issues, but also to find out why they exist in the first place.

Our professional and certified counselors are experts at helping clients rebuild productive habits and find new ways of dealing with difficulties without resorting to alcohol or other drugs. They also have group sessions with other clients to help them understand how they can aid their own healing process. Our counselors meet with the entire treatment team daily to coordinate efforts and ensure that our clients are receiving the best and most personalized treatment possible.

Group Therapy

At the Source, we believe that group therapy is extremely helpful by identifying what other clients have experienced and to stress to each client that they are not alone. This process helps our clients be more open and assists in breaking down walls and barriers that have gone up over the years of harmful substance abuse. Group therapy is helpful for therapists and counselors to better understand their clients along with their peers and to identify the challenges they have faced. Psycho-Educational Group therapy activities will cover relapse prevention, triggers, behavioral patterns and coping skills.

One on One Addiction Therapy

When clients arrive at The Source, they will be assigned an addiction counselor who will work with them in one-on-one in private sessions during their entire stay. Our philosophy states that addiction is typically caused by various underlying, unresolved issues, and that the client is merely using alcohol or other drugs as a coping mechanism to deal with the trauma or pain. We believe that in order to end the cycle of dependency one must also uncover the reason why they are choosing to numb themselves with alcohol or other drugs. Therapy sessions will offer clients a safe space to dig deep and discover the complex nature behind their addictions. They will learn how to resolve and heal their underlying issues.

We truly believe that each client is an individual with unique life circumstances. We help the client recognize and correct their dysfunctional patterns of behavior that have overtaken their lives. The ultimate goal is to heal the pain of the past so they can lead a healthy, addiction-free life.

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