Tara Treatment Center, Inc.
“Nestled on 13-acres just south of Indianapolis, Tara has been a haven for individuals struggling to overcome addiction to alcohol and drugs since 1985. Tara’s serene location provides a refuge where individuals can learn a new way of life.”
Levels of Care
This level of care is provided for individuals experiencing withdrawal symptoms resulting from extended alcohol and/or other drug use. Individuals are monitored on a 24-hour basis by licensed medical staff. In order to provide a safe and effective detoxification, American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria is used. Once individuals are medically stable they are ready to begin the next phase of treatment.
This level of care consists of 24 hour programming at separate locations for men and women. A holistic-approach to treatment incorporates therapeutic processing and education for the individual and their family. This unique blend of therapy, education, and 12-step support helps the individual change established thinking and behavioral patterns to support long-term abstinence. This level of care is typically 30-42 days, depending on an individual’s specific needs.
Following the Residential Program, this level of care offers continued support for those who require further stabilization before returning home. Individuals begin to implement a higher level of self-accountability into their recovery as they attend meetings at the facility and participate in a combination of employment, community work, and social networking. Clinical staff meets with each individual to develop a schedule that addresses their specific needs.
This group meets three hours three times a week. This level of care is designed for individuals who have a supportive home environment and a positive support network. Individuals within this program are exposed to a wide range of psycho-educational topics involving basic recovery concepts to gain an understanding of addiction. This is typically for individuals exhibiting symptoms of early to middle stage dependency.
Outpatient This group meets two hours once a week. Individuals in this level of care typically fall within the category of more serious abuse to early dependency. They are given a basic understanding of the nature of addiction and strategies for improving decision making. This is primarily an educational program.
Individuals within this level of care continue to work on strategies for maintaining the progress that they have gained in other levels of care. Relapse prevention strategies such as early identification of warning signs, coping skills and peer evaluation are addressed. This group meets one time per week.
This eight hour program focuses on gaining a basic understanding of decision making, effects of specific drugs and alcohol and differences between abuse and dependency. This level of care is typically for individuals exhibiting signs of alcohol or drug abuse.
This free program is designed to help significant others and family members understand the disease of addiction and the basic concepts of recovery. The program also assists loved ones in identifying the struggles of the addict or alcoholic, while allowing them to work on their own personal growth. Individuals do not need to have a family member involved in treatment to participate.
To determine the appropriate level of care an assessment is completed utilizing American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria. Once this level is determined an individualized treatment plan is then developed with the client to identify problems and establish objectives to achieve recovery goals.
START NOW, BEGIN HEALING
Right now you may be feeling scared and overwhelmed. You have an addiction you can’t control. It has affected you mentally, physically and spiritually– a thirst never quenched and a craving never satisfied. Many people are successfully recovering from alcohol and/or drugs because there is help today providing hope for tomorrow.
Individuals seeking treatment may call the Admissions Office at (812) 526-2611 or (800) 397-9978 for a free confidential assessment. Through this assessment using the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria, the individual’s needs will be identified and an appropriate level of care determined. Specialized residential services are offered for men and women at separate locations, addressing gender specific issues.
Tara offers a sliding fee scale and participates as a preferred provider for many insurance plans.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact us.
6231 South U.S. 31
Franklin, IN 46131
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