Residential Day Treatment
Residential Day Treatment (RDT), also known as Partial Hospitalization, is the highest and most comprehensive level of care provided at New Hope Recovery Center. This allows for focused individualized work without the distractions and interruptions of daily life. In this structured and intensive program, clients reside local sober houses for approximately 2-4 weeks or more while attending treatment at New Hope Recovery Center for about 8 hours a day.
Treatment begins at 8:30 am and concludes at 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and 8:30 am until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. In the evenings, our clients are required to attend local outside 12-step meetings, work with their sponsors as well as an individual therapist or return to New Hope Recovery Center for additional counseling or group therapy.
Our local partners provide gender-specific supportive housing closely monitored. A Fresh Start provides clean, upscale, affordable and safe housing for males and females in 10 residences located in the many great neighborhoods of Chicago. Bridges Sober Living offers sober living for males in the Logan Square and Avondale neighborhoods. Bridgehaus has locations for males in the Gold Coast and Wicker Park neighborhoods.
If you would like to see what a typical day in our Residential Day Treatment program looks like click here!
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Residential Drug Rehab: The inpatient treatment option Finding the right drug and alcohol treatment center can be overwhelming with all the different types of programs available. With so many terms, acronyms and levels of care, many are overwhelmed before they even decide on a program. Residential Day Treatment, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, Inpatient are just a few of the more commons ones. The most well known, inpatient and residential is what has become synonymous when people think of “drug and alcohol rehab.”
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