The Extended Care Program at Lighthouse is a nationally recognized, intensive, six to twelve-month treatment program designed to build foundational integrity in one’s sobriety. Through a combination of supportive housing (Sober Living), a psychiatric evaluation and ongoing psychiatric support, tailored clinical services (Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient), and life-skills coaching, this program focuses not solely on Substance Abuse issues but co-occurring Mental Health disorders and underlying addiction drivers such as shame and trauma.
Additionally, the Extended Care Program focuses heavily on a custom-built life-skills curriculum, whereby individuals with “failure-to-launch” will graduate with budgeting and financial literacy, time management, and conflict management skills, amongst many other modalities.
We are selective in our application process and keep our living environment, and clinical group sizes minimal (8 per versus an industry average of 15-24). This program (like others at Lighthouse) is designed to be adaptable to the needs of each client and their family. We ensure this by operating with an industry-leading staff-to-client ratio and designing in-house curriculums.