Clinical, Coaching, 12-Step/Refuge, Your family and You

Who you'll meet on your road to recovery

We work together to coordinate your education, your therapy and your progress. 

We are aligned with intensive outpatient providers that focus on addiction and co-occurring addiction. Project Courage, Turnbridge, Yale (includes the DBT program), Middlesex Hospital Behavioral Health and Recovery Services of Connecticut Intensive Outpatient Programs are some of our area's best known and respected providers. 

Medications

We support Vivitrol or Naltrexone and will accept Suboxone when a taper is planned. We use a self-key locker system to hold medication and oversee its distribution when requested.

               

​Our Workshops

Our focus is on creating a safe space for self-expression and learning the 12-steps recovery process. To do this, we set the tone of understanding and self-assessment through motivational interviewing and gentle guidance. Utilizing the connection Right Path has to horses, we spend at least one hour per week at the nearby horse farm or in art mediums. We have found that the creative process unearths hidden answers.

Intensive Outpatient Program

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a kind of treatment service and support program used primarily to treat addiction and eating disorders. We turn to Project Courage (Young People and Addiction), Recovery Services of Connecticut (Addiction), Seaside (DBT) or Walden Behavior Health (Eating Disorder) programs to provide a small and excellent quality setting for residents to continue the work they began in rehab.

Private Practitioners for Individual Therapy

Right Path coaches assist residents in finding a therapist with whom they can resonate. Because each person is different and has different needs, we are able to closely work with over 20 therapists with different specialties. 

Family Programs

Masters level family practitioners can assist families in coming back together after the devastating effects of addiction. ​Addiction affects every member of a family. Being lied to and manipulated takes its toll even though the family may not drink or touch even an aspirin, they may need recovery from the emotional and physical injuries delivered by the disease. 

12 Step and Refuge

Life in our house is 12-step based. Our workshops are often lead by 12-step and other addiction literature. 12-Step is once again the research based best option for sustaining recovery. Yale's original research, "Project Match" stands beside the Harvard study completed last year. 

Coaching

Recovery Coaches work with the strengths of each of our residents.  Recovery coaches ask residents to be mindful and focus on what they can control  -  their process and how they apply the principles of their program. Coaches understand that the outcome may be out of our control but our acceptance is something we can control and it does lead to peace within.

 
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After rehab, in-home care, and/or extended care, we think sober living is the next logical step toward recovery life. From SAMHSA research, we offer the four pillars of recovery: (1) community, (some life skill support,) (2) mental and physical wellness; including membership at the gym and yoga studio, an emphasis on whole food in shared evening meals, and professional therapy delivered from the surrounding community, (3) finding purpose in work or school and (4) re-integrating into a re-structured family dynamic or a new home. We welcome those with or without a history of treatment and understand that a whole - person - healing is needed to allow sustainable recovery to begin.