Oakdale Recovery Center
Addiction Treatment Services
WITHDRAWAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Our Medical Withdrawal Management (MWM) treatment unit meets the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) level of care criteria, 3.7, medically monitored intensive inpatient services withdrawal management for adults.
Our 10-bed, co-ed, MWM service provides 24-hour nursing care in an intimate setting with a physician’s availability on-site or on-call. Persons needing this level of care require medication to safely and successfully withdraw from a substance. Persons in this level of care frequently experience subacute medical and emotional, behavioral, or cognitive problems requiring 24-hour personalized professional monitoring.
Supervised by our Addictions Board Certified Medical Director, Oakdale is committed to employing the latest advancements in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) throughout the MWM process. Our Medical Director is supported in our MWM by nurses, nurse practitioners, case managers, peer recovery coaches, and milieu support aides. Each MAT is individualized, requires assessment of concomitant medical conditions, supports for maintenance, and motivation for continuation of treatment.
Opportunities for therapeutic group engagement, individual and family meetings, and aftercare planning are individualized based on need and medical stability.
Oakdale is a free-standing, non-hospital-based treatment facility. The patient’s concomitant current and historical medical conditions are assessed upon entry for service appropriateness. Oakdale maintains a relationship with Beaumont Wayne Hospital for acute care medical interventions needs arising at admission and or during the treatment stay.
SHORT TERM RESIDENTIAL CARE
Our 45-bed, co-ed, 24-7 medically monitored, short-term Residential treatment program, meets the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) level of care criteria, 3.5, clinically managed high-intensity residential services for adults. Our residential services provide 24-hour care to stabilize multidimensional medical, behavioral, and social impairments and barriers, to prepare individuals for outpatient treatment. Persons admitted to residential care are able to physically and emotionally tolerate and use the resources of Oakdale’s treatment program.
Residential staff include clinical therapists, case managers, peer recovery coaches, milieu support aides, nurses, and physicians with addiction and mental health training and expertise.
Each residential treatment day includes:
Three 90-minute therapeutic groups
Daily structured, recovery-oriented activities
Scheduled breaks for relaxation and socialization
Treatment planning and reviews, discharge planning and coordination, individual and family meetings are scheduled with an assigned primary therapist, as needed, throughout the admission.
Other opportunities include:
Individual and group meetings with our dietician
Participation in weekly Art Therapy
Smoking cessation education, groups, and aide
Computer lab for Computer Based Training for Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT4CBT)
Employment searches and training opportunities with on-site Michigan Works representatives
CO-OCCURING SUBSTANCE USE AND MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS
According to the National Institute on Health (NIH, 2018), of the 20.3 million adults in the United States with substance use disorders, 39.7% have a co-occurring mental health disorder. And furthermore, the NIH reports that only 9.1% of persons with co-occurring conditions, received treatment for both.
Since 1995 Oakdale Recovery Center has been providing specialty services for men and women with co-occurring disorders (COD).
While there is no separate unit for persons identified as meeting COD criteria, additional services are incorporated into the treatment plan of persons with a COD. We are prepared to address the broader scope of needs presented by persons with co-occurring disorders, including:
Staffing psychiatry and psychiatrically trained nurse practitioners
Nursing staff are trained to understand and administer psychotropic medications
The availability of psychotropic medication on-site
Staff training in trauma-informed care, identification, and management of suicidality, behavioral management, and general mental health conditions
Therapeutic group services integrated into Oakdale’s clinical schedule focused on the needs of persons with both substance use and mental health conditions.
WHAT IS ADDICTION (SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER)?
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a complex condition in which there is uncontrolled substance use despite harmful consequences. People with SUD have an intense focus on using a certain substance(s) such as alcohol, tobacco, or illicit drugs, to the point where the person’s ability to function in day-to-day life becomes impaired. People keep using the substance even when they know it is causing or will cause problems. The most severe SUDs are sometimes called addictions.
WHAT IS RECOVERY?
Recovery-oriented care and recovery support systems help people with mental and substance use disorders manage their conditions successfully. Oakdale Recovery Center has decades of success stories and provides powerful peer recovery programs.
Recovery is a process of change through which people improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.
Recovery is characterized by continual growth and improvement in one’s health and wellness that may involve setbacks. Because setbacks are a natural part of life, resilience becomes a key component of recovery.
Oakdale Recovery Center is designed to meet the unique needs of persons moving through the various stages of recovery. You can enter directly into any of these levels of care or gradually step down from one level of care to another to devote a longer period of uninterrupted time to become more self-reliant in your relapse prevention skills.
Addiction Assessment and Treatment Services
Core services offered at Oakdale Recovery Center:
Individual Comprehensive Assessment
Individualized Treatment Planning
Individual, Group, and Family Counseling
Urine Drug Screening
Medication Management - Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Aftercare Planning and Referrals
OAKDALE RECOVERY CENTER SUPPORTS THE TWELVE STEP RECOVERY MODEL, ADDRESSES INDIVIDUAL MOTIVATION AS A KEY COMPONENT OF TREATMENT PLANNING, AND ENCOURAGES A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO RECOVERY
—MIND, BODY, SPIRIT, AND ENVIRONMENT.
Payments and Insurance
Oakdale Recovery Center accepts most major insurance and managed care programs.
In addition, payment assistance for uninsured persons may be available for those who qualify based on residency and income requirements.
Cash, Checks, MasterCard, VISA, and Discover are accepted.