Changing Echoes Overview
It was the year of 1989 in the small town near San Francisco, called Angels Camp in California where the first Changing Echoes rehabilitation center took place. The Changing Echoes rehabilitation facility specializes in treating alcohol and drug addiction issues, in addition to treating co-occurring mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, anger issues, stress, trauma, personality disorders, etc. Both men and women are welcomed at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center. There are two treatment programs offered on-site – an inpatient treatment program and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Following the approach of 12-steps, and regular AA and NA meetings, the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center has successfully helped numerous patients battling mild to more severe addiction issues. Relapse prevention is also available on-site, as a way to teach the patients about the potential triggers and how to efficiently avoid them, and with that, avoid any future relapse. Some variety of detox is available on-site if the patients agree to participate in it, or they can get a referral for the nearest detox facility. However, detox is mandatory to be fully and efficiently competed upon arrival. The Changing Echoes rehabilitation center is a SAMHSA accredited center. Many private insurance plans are to be accepted at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center.
Changing Echoes Housing
The Changing Echoes offers meals and housing to 32 residents at a time. The facility accepts both men and women, who are usually separated according to gender in the bedrooms. A single bedroom can accommodate up to seven roommates, and apart from single beds, bunk beds are to be found in some of the bedrooms. There are a couple of shared bathrooms and a common room with a TV. The facility holds offices and classrooms where the counseling takes place. Outside there is a swimming pool and a basketball court in addition to horseshoes. All of the meals and snacks are prepared on-site and served in a small, simple kitchen. There are only healthy meal options to be found on-site, as proper nutrition and regular exercise are considered to have a valuable role in the recovery process.
Changing Echoes Treatment Options
Two treatment programs are to be found at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center:
Inpatient treatment program
The inpatient, or residential as it is also called, treatment program offers accommodation to the patients at the rehabilitation facility, as they are obligated to live on the premises of the facility during their treatment. The Changing Echoes offers short-term and long-term inpatient treatment programs. The patient can be accommodated for 30, 45, 60, or 90 days, according to its progress and recovery. Group and individual therapy are a standard approach to the inpatient treatment program, among other available therapy methods.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is offered to either patients with milder cases, patients who are not able to take time from work or school, or patients who have completed their residential stay at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center, but are in need for further treatment. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) does not require patients to be accommodated at the facility, as they are free to live at home. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) as well can last 30, 45, 60, or 90 days, as the inpatient treatment program does.
Changing Echoes Therapies Provided
These are the therapy methods offered at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center:
- Individual therapy sessions
- Group therapy sessions
- Family therapy sessions
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
- Anger management
- Relapse prevention therapy
- Dual diagnosis
Changing Echoes Payment Options
As a private facility itself, the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center offers most private insurance plans. There is an offer for a variety of self-pay options and both payments with the card and with cash are accepted. For more information on this topic, we advise you to contact the staff by using the phone number provided.
Changing Echoes Licenses
The Changing Echoes rehabilitation center has been accredited by the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association). The SAMHSA is an organization that works as a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, accrediting only the rehabilitation center that offers the best possible care and treatment to all of their patients at all times.
Changing Echoes Amenities
During their stay at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center, the patients are encouraged to enjoy many amenities offered to them, included in the price that they are paying. The offer includes yoga classes, meditation, hiking trips, basketball courts, an on-site pool, and even horseshoes. Of course, there is a TV in the common room, but most times, patients are not interested in watching TV when they have such a broad choice of amenities.
Changing Echoes Staff
The professional team at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center includes Master-level professionals, although no physicians are to be found on-site. The team includes certified drug and alcohol counselors, registered nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, and case managers. If you are interested to find out more about the licenses and accreditations that the staff at the Changing Echoes rehabilitation center enjoys, feel free to contact the staff themselves at the facility and get your questions answered as soon as possible.