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The drug detox and rehab program at Northpoint Recovery is an all-encompassing solution to drug addiction treatment that addresses all aspects of addiction, from medical intervention to soothe the pain of drug withdrawal symptoms to the treatment of underlying psychological conditions that can attribute to addictive behaviors. The latest innovations in rehabilitation therapy are available at the Northpoint Recovery facility, as well as holistic treatments and traditional counseling.

About the Program

Northpoint Recovery provides full residential care for patients through the entire process of drug detox and rehab. Here are a few main points to consider about the program:



Patients may share a room comfortably with one other roommate during the duration of their stay. Healthy meals and nutritional supplements are also provided by the facility.


Program Duration

Northpoint's standard inpatient program lasts 28 days with several weeks or months of outpatient care after discharge.


Payment Details

Because of the individualized nature of the program, a final out-of-pocket cost may not be determined until an initial assessment of the patient has been made. Payments may be submitted through health insurance or in cash.



Throughout the detox period, our team prescribes prescription medications and therapeutic activities to help relieve the painful symptoms of drug withdrawal.


Individualized care

Every aspect of drug rehab is individualized to meet the needs of each unique patient, including the dual-diagnosis and treatment of underlying mental and emotional conditions.

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What Sets Northpoint Recovery Apart?

You won't find another drug rehabilitation program like Northpoint's, because our approach changes from patient to patient. No two addictions are the same and so, no two rehab treatment programs are alike. From the moment a patient arrives at the facility, our support team begins a series of assessments to determine the nature of their addiction and which treatment plan will be most successful for their particular case. One of the most important outcomes from these assessments is the ability to provide dual-diagnosis - the diagnosis and treatment of any underlying psychological conditions that contribute to addiction. Our on-site psychiatrist may prescribe medications to treat those conditions as well as any physical harm caused by drug abuse.

Another important part of the program is community assimilation - activities that take place in the local community to allow patients to practice coping with triggers and cravings in the real world. Because of activities like these, returning home after rehab to live a newly sober lifestyle will be less daunting.

What's Your Day One?

If you're suffering from substance use disorder, you know you have to find a solution before it's too late. If Northpoint Recovery sounds like the right fit for you or someone you care about, here's what your Day One may look like when you enter our facility:

  • Admission: When you check in, the first step is, of course, paperwork. Medical history, insurance forms, and other basic legal documents will need to be signed, and one of our admissions coordinators will get you setup in the system.
  • Meet and greet: The first person you'll meet at Northpoint, besides admissions staff, will be a greeter - another patient like you who has completed a few weeks of the rehab program already. Your greeter will show you around the facility, take you to your rooms, and introduce you to some of the program basics, like schedules and patient guidelines. This will be your chance to ask a few questions and familiarize yourself with the program from the point-of-view of another patient.
  • Examinations: The next step will be a series of medical examinations by the doctors and nurses on the Northpoint staff. This team of professionals will perform physical, biosocial, and psychiatric exams to determine your current state of health. Once the results are in, our on-site psychiatrist can make a dual-diagnosis if you suffer from any co-occurring psychological conditions and may prescribe any necessary medications as well. From there, your support team will create an initial individualized treatment plan that fits your particular case and go over it with you.
  • Discuss Discharge: Even though it's only Day One, your support team will already be discussing the ideal discharge plan for your case. Since integrating into a liberated sober lifestyle after you go home is key to long-term recovery success, formulating the right discharge plan will be of utmost importance from the very first day.

Week One: Detox

Although the detox phase can last anywhere from five days to three weeks or more, on average this is a seven-day process. Detox is the process of managing the painful symptoms of drug withdrawal.

Drug withdrawal symptoms will vary greatly from one patient to another, depending on which substance you are partial to. Whether you are suffering from the flu-like symptoms of opioid withdrawal or the deep depression and anxiety of methamphetamine withdrawal, the process will not be pleasant. Many claim that detox is the most difficult stage of recovery.

The positive thing is, at Northpoint Recovery we have a wide range of treatments to alleviate and decrease the severity of drug withdrawal symptoms. Medical intervention is the practice of prescribing medications that soothe or relieve certain withdrawal symptoms. Opioid Replacement Therapy (ORT) is one way to wean patients off of opioid dependence, while antidepressants may be necessary for those who abuse stimulants. If you qualify for medical intervention, our doctors will create a specific prescription plan for your withdrawal symptoms and monitor you closely, adjusting dosages as necessary.

Some other treatments that we offer to facilitate the detox process include:

  • Physical exercise with a trainer
  • Yoga
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Art Therapy

Week Two - Four: Drug Rehab

As the symptoms of drug withdrawal begin to abate, you will slowly be transitioned into more rigorous drug rehabilitation therapy. By the time detox is over, you will be completing a full 56 hours per week of addiction treatment in the rehab program.

Some medical intervention may still be helpful during rehab, especially if you suffer from a dual diagnosis of co-occurring mental disorders as well as psychological addiction. Other advanced treatments like neurofeedback therapy are also available at Northpoint. Of course, holistic whole-body healing and traditional counseling are also very important to achieving a well-rounded and long-lasting recovery.

Keep in mind that the types of treatment you receive and the daily schedule of activities will differ greatly from other patients, depending on your individual needs. The idea is to pinpoint the nature of your personal battle with addiction and find the treatments that will be most effective for your future in recovery. These are some of the many treatments offered during drug rehab:

  • Individual counseling
  • Process groups
  • Strength-based therapy
  • Dual-diagnosis therapy
  • Neurofeedback therapy
  • Local community assimilation
  • Educational classes
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Therapeutic storytelling (bibliotherapy)

What Happens Next?

Outpatient Plan

Since your discharge plan has been in development since Day One, by your release date you'll have a good idea of what comes next. Northpoint offers several different options for outpatient treatment:

  • OT: The first level of aftercare is the standard outpatient program, which allows patients to live at h attending several hours per week of drug addiction therapy at the facility.

  • IOT: The next level is intensive outpatient, which will require a few more hours per week (12 or more)py sessions while the patient continues to live at home.

  • PHP: Partial hospitalization is the most intensive of our outpatient programs, offering up to six hours five hours per week of continued treatment while the patient sleeps at home. This option offers a slower transition for patients that aren't quite ready to make the leap into independent sobriety.

Even after all outpatient treatments are finished, you won't be left without support. Northpoint Recovery will recommend several options for addiction support groups and counseling services in your local area. Attending regular meetings may be the cornerstone of maintaining sobriety. With the self-insight and coping skills you learn in our program, you can enter into a renewed lifestyle of healthy recovery.


There is a wide variety of personal items that you can bring with you into Northpoint Recovery to make your room feel more like home. It's important to read the lists below and note which items are not allowed, however:

Authorized Possessions

  • Most kinds of clothing
  • Non-narcotic medications
  • Processed foods and drinks
  • Family photographs
  • Other personal items that are not shown on the "unauthorized" list below

Unauthorized Possessions

  • Straight razors, glass, or other items that could potentially be used to cause injury
  • Homemade foods and drinks
  • Electronics
  • Narcotic medications
  • Porn, violent media, or otherwise unsuitable literature
  • Personal care products that list alcohol as one of the first three ingredients
  • Aerosol cans
  • Clothing that makes reference to drugs, alcohol, sex, violence, or anything else that may be construedsive