At The Canyon, we assist each client in moving through a four-level residential treatment program that is customized to their unique needs. Each level features differing characteristics and includes new privileges and challenges, from detox and stabilization to reflection, preparation and action. Counselors, therapists and medical professionals all work as a team with the client to provide the best possible outcome as they enter the recovery phase. Activities and a wide-range of therapies are all part of the treatment process at The Canyon.
In addition to our state-of-the-art residential treatment program, we offer additional programs that supplement and support the treatment and recovery process. The Canyon’s famed meditation dome, its labyrinth walk and its therapeutic sweat lodge are out-of-the-ordinary offerings that certainly set the center apart. Outdoor pools, ropes courses and a serene natural landscape also add to The Canyon’s special appeal. Our long list of holistic offerings create a well-rounded treatment program. Learn more about our program features here or down below:
This is a unique program that takes place on site at The Canyon in a separate facility. More freedoms are given, providing clients with a structured way transition from full-time residential treatment.
Sober LivingThis step down from formal treatment and/or The Canyon’s Extended Care program can be an important transition. The Canyon staff works with clients to find an appropriate Sober Living situation in their area, and we have contacts with programs throughout the United States.
Life Challenge Program
The Life Challenge program is a positive and motivational community filled with go-getters like you, ready to tackle their next steps and cheer for others as they do the same. Whether your challenge is getting out of bed in the morning, reconnecting with a loved one or making strides towards a personal goal, we are here to help you see it through.
Our “Heal The Family” workshop is conducted the second weekend of every month, including multi-family groups as well as individual family sessions. There is an emphasis on educating families on the disease of addiction and how to deal with what their loved one is going through as well as the issues it creates in their own lives.