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An intensive program to help people permanently overcome their addiction to drugs/alcohol. Individuals typically spend 90 days at Gibson House in a full-time rehab program.


A less intensive program to help people stay off drugs and alcohol, and live productive, positive lives. Individuals typically attend 3-5 classes per week.


Housing for those who benefit from a structured environment. Residents are required to be clean and sober, and to attend NA/AA meetings.


Evidence Based Treatment Practices

Treatment that has worked for thousands of addicts

Personal Recovery Plan

A specific, detailed plan created by you and your personal case manager

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Learn how your thoughts affect your behaviors

Behavior Modification

Change your behaviors, change your life

12 Step Approach

The 12 steps are part of our overall approach

Social Model

One of the best ways to help yourself is to work with others as a team

Motivational Interviewing

We want to hear what YOU think

Family Reunification

There is nothing more important than family, and we will facilitate visitation

Compliance with parole, probation, drug court

We will support you in fulfilling your legal obligations, including court dates and PO visits

Therapy Session

Group Therapy

Therapy Session

Individualized Treatment Plans

Happy Family in the Park

Family Re-Unification


NA and AA Meetings

The tried and true meeting format

Recreational Therapy

The hidden benefits of exercise

Discharge Planning/Job Development

Your plan for when you graduate the program

Special Activities

Having fun while sober

Trauma Group

For those who have endured trauma

Co-occuring Group

For those with substance abuse and mental health issues

Film and Book Study

Movies and books with recovery as a theme

Morning Meditation

Start the day on a positive note

Introduction to Interaction

Working together to solve problems

Living in Balance

A life that works without substances

Relapse Prevention

Practical tools to avoid relapse

Anger Management

How to control your temper

Life Skills and Majors

Better everyday living

Financial Education

Budgeting, saving, banking, credit


Being good at what's most important

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