Treatment specially developed for certain professions and specific needs.
The structured therapeutic daily schedule and specialty groups are designed to address issues that either preceded or have exacerbated substance abuse.
A Reprieve for Women
A Reprieve for Women specializes in alcohol and drug treatment for women and addresses additional concerns that may be present at admission or manifest during their stay.
A Reprieve for Women strives to create a loving and safe environment that is positive, creative, caring, and fun. We believe that recovery can only be accomplished through developing positive relationships with family, community, and self. We also believe that the environment must be attended to in order to inspire our residents and staff to grow together in our quest for mental and spiritual health.
Admitting a drug or alcohol problem can be difficult for anyone, but even more so for athletes. Bradford offers a specifically designed program that can make an athlete’s drug or alcohol problem easier to recognize and accept, thus allowing treatment to begin.
Bridge to Recovery Program
Bradford’s Bridge to Recovery provides counseling and psychosocial support for patients treated by physicians for Opiate dependency. Medication prescribed by community-based physicians can normalize brain chemistry and provide relief from physical cravings. Bradford’s whole person approach helps improve patient survival, sustains recovery through 12-Step based programs and provides a pathway that can lead to long-term abstinence. Bradford is an industry leader with over 40 years of experience treating addiction.
Emerging Adult Track
Bradford’s Emerging Adult program was designed to get young adults back on track. Short term and long term goals are set with each patient. Five specific developmental traits and phases of young adulthood are examined and patients begin to understand how to set goals, create a healthy self- identity and establish plans for their future.
Extended Care Program
The Extended Care Program offers an alternative to the typical treatment protocol by providing additional time for more intensive care.
Healthcare Professional Program
The extended treatment provided through Bradford’s Healthcare Professional Program (HCP) is ideal for physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, veterinarians, and others in the healthcare field. Healthcare professionals receive treatment designed to address their unique needs, licensing issues, and re-entry into their specific area of practice.
Law Enforcement First Responders Program
Bradford’s law enforcement and first responders program offers services designed to assist these dedicated professionals in addressing the issues specific to their high-stress profession so that recovery can begin right away.
Legal Professional Program
This absence of balance can cause legal professionals to ignore their own problems and needs. Bradford offers services specifically designed to make acknowledgement and acceptance of a drug or alcohol problem easier so that treatment and recovery can begin.
Military Personnel Program
The never-surrender, never-quit attitude that generally serves people in the military so well can also make them prone to deny any sign of personal weakness – including a drug or alcohol problem. Bradford’s Military Program offers these individuals a safe and caring environment tailored to meet their specific needs.
The Reprieve strives to create a spiritually sound environment that is positive, creative, caring, and fun. We believe that recovery can only be accomplished through developing positive relationships. We also believe that the living environment must be attended to in order to inspire our residents and staff to grow together in our quest for spiritual health.
Our intent for each individual is to have them create a plan of action that can be developed, improved, and that focuses on three relational areas: spirituality, community, and self. We strive to help residents understand how they separated from self, from spirituality, and from their fellows. Then we help them develop their personal plan for healthy relations to self, spirituality, and others. This is, of course, accomplished through intensive personal work in the Twelve Step discipline.
The Reprieve model encourages healthy community, fellowship, and internal change.