Adult Addiction Recovery
a support system that promotes ongoing recovery and stability is a critical
part of recovery. At Princeton House
Behavioral Health, we help you learn how to build and rely on such a system and
to develop a variety of coping skills to prevent relapse.
the Addiction Recovery Program at Princeton House Behavioral Health, every
patient admitted to the unit has the following contacts with our
multi-disciplinary treatment team as a general standard of care:
Certified Psychiatrist or Advanced Practice Nurse that completes a psychiatric
history and physical, followed by individual sessions and medication management
5-6 days a week.
Nurses that complete an initial patient assessment, and shift assessments three
times a day as part of an around-the-clock nursing model.
Social Worker or Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol Counselor who completes a
social service assessments, daily group therapy and individual/family therapy.
Level Allied Therapy Clinicians that complete an activities assessment and daily
therapies including art, music, dance and recreational activities.
Registered Dietician that completes an initial dietary assessment and is
available for consultation as often as needed throughout the patient’s stay.
Clinical Pharmacist is also available for consultation on every case. Additionally, a Medication Education group is
conducted during a patient’s stay.
requiring general additional medical care also have access to a team of Primary
Care Physicians led by an ASAM Certified General Practitioner.
to review a list of Frequently Asked Questions
regarding our Inpatient Programs for Adults.