Oakdale Recovery Center, Canton, Michigan
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Oakdale Recovery Center Overview
Oakdale Recovery Center was founded about 25 years ago and during this time it has become well-known for the quality of its programs. The recovery center is a part of Hegira Health, a private non-profit organization that provides specialized mental health and substance abuse treatments. Oakdale Recovery Center provides inpatient and outpatient services and works closely with patients and their loved ones to ensure a successful recovery. Patients ages 18 and older, men and women, can do their 12 steps for alcohol and drug addiction treatment in a supportive setting working with an experienced and knowledgeable team.
Oakdale Recovery Center Housing
The recovery center doesn’t provide in-depth information about housing and accommodation. Three to four patients share a room which can be a good thing as it fosters the sense of community and mutual support. Each patient has their own bed and closet. Since it’s a short-term residential treatment it can take up to 10 patients at once. Detox facility separates male from female patients but some spaces are mutual. Each hallway has a mutual bathroom. TV and phones are not allowed.
Oakdale Recovery Center Treatment Options
Oakdale Recovery Center has five levels of care which are specifically created to help patients in need. Instead of using the “one size fits all” approach which proves to be inadequate, this treatment center strives to customize the programs based on the severity of addiction and needs of a specific patient. In turn, each patient goes through a program that fits them most which can only increase the likelihood of a successful recovery.
Treatment options that are available at Oakdale Recovery Center include:
- Detoxification – offered to patients who require 24-hour medically monitored setting to safely manage symptoms of withdrawal. The average duration of detox treatment is between two and five days
- Short-term residential – for patients who need a 24-hour monitored environment for relapse prevention and recovery
- Day treatment – held from Monday through Friday and starts at 8.30am, finishes at 3.30pm
- Intensive outpatient (IOP) – offered to patients who need more than traditional outpatient services to recover and maintain their recovery
- Traditional outpatient – most suitable for patients who will benefit from individual, group, couples, and family therapy. Services are provided about once or twice a week
Therapies Provided at Oakdale Recovery Center
With a goal to help patients improve their mental and emotional health in order to overcome substance abuse problem, Oakdale Recovery Center included various therapies into their program. The main goal of these therapies is to work with patients on their self-discovery and inner peace which will make them stronger to conquer addiction. At the same time, these therapies also help patients function better once their treatment is over. Therapies provided by Oakdale Recovery Center are held in an individual, group, and family setting.
Each patient admitted to treating drug or alcohol addiction works one-on-one with skilled therapists on their journey toward a healthier life.
Group sessions are also useful because they allow patients to connect and understand they’re not alone. They work together and support each other all of which can lead to a more successful recovery. Family support is vital on the path toward addiction-free life so family therapy sessions are the crucial component of the program.
Oakdale Recovery Center Payment Options
As far as payment options are concerned, there’s not much information about them on the official website of Oakdale Recovery Center. While the site is informative, payments are covered by two to three sentences only. The treatment center revealed they accept major insurance and managed care programs.
Patients who don’t have insurance may still be able to undergo addiction treatment with payment assistance if they meet certain criteria based on their income and residency. The treatment center accepts MasterCard, VISA, Discover, cash, and checks. For more information about the costs and payment options feel free to contact the Oakdale Recovery Center.
Oakdale Recovery Center Licenses
Oakdale Recovery Center is accredited by the Joint Commission, a non-profit organization that accredits more than 21,000 US healthcare institutions and programs. Getting this certification means the program meets the highest quality standards and it’s helpful for patients who undergo treatments offered by this recovery center.
Oakdale Recovery Center Amenities
While the recovery center strives to provide their patients with everything they need during the process they don’t reveal much about amenities. The treatment center provides individual comprehensive assessment, individualized treatment planning, urine drug screening, psychiatric assessment, medication management, and aftercare planning.
Oakdale Recovery Center Staff
Oakdale Recovery Center gathered a team of multi-disciplined staff with tremendous knowledge and vast experience in the fields of mental health and substance abuse. Their official website has a separate section Staff dedicated to people who treat patients and make sure their recovery is successful. Some team members include:
Teri Baker is a program manager with more than 19 years of experience working with dually diagnosed patients. She holds certifications such as CAADC (Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) and CCS-M (Certified Clinical Supervisor of Michigan). One of Teri’s roles is to supervise interns and make sure they progress in their experience.
Kim Baker is a coordinator of daily clinical operations with over 15 years of experience. Like Teri, she also has CAADC certification.
Brian Burrell works at a position of substance abuse therapist. He has worked in the field of addiction treatment for more than 20 years. For his work in the community, Brian received many awards.
Angela Diallo is a substance abuse counselor who’s particularly experienced in helping patients deal with grief and loss, substance abuse, and sexual abuse.
Jon Dohring is IOP therapist who started working at Oakdale Recovery Center in 2016. At the moment he’s working on obtaining his CAADC accreditation.
Other team members:
- Heather Estill – lead therapist and substance abuse disorders specialist
- Tiffany Jones – case manager
- Hailey Penzak – incorporates a blend of therapeutic approaches
- Arguster Shaw – promotes wellness and wholeness through educational processes
- Kimberly Varga – intensive outpatient and day treatment therapist
- Brittany Webb – interpersonal practice and cognitive behavioral therapy
- Valerie Jones – independently licensed professional counselor
Canton, MI, 48188
Where do calls go
Calls to our general hotline may be answered by private treatment providers.