Biological – Somatic Care
Medication-assisted care can have a huge advantage over abstinence only programs. Medication assisted care is an extremely beneficial component of the healing process. By helping to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms, you can focus on developing the tools you need to build a solid foundation. At Summit, we view MAT in a much broader definition, because it’s just as important to address other individual health concerns such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and liver disease as part of the treatment plan.
In conjunction with somatic care, evidence-based counseling therapies will provide you with the emotional resiliency and tools you’ll need to be successful. Summit utilizes a strengths perspective to assist guests in attaining long-term recovery.
Faith and spirituality represent the backbone of many people’s lives, and can be a powerful catalyst for change. It’s up to you to decide how to embrace faith and spirituality in your personal recovery process; our role is to encourage and support you in this journey.
Social Determinants of Health
While abstinence and sobriety create a stable foundation for recovery, it’s improved quality of life that sustains our recovery. Our goal at Summit is to identify the barriers to personal growth and work towards enriching the lives of our guests in areas like education, skills development, employment resources, and family reunification. Each guest completes a Family Needs Assessment to evaluate the strengths and challenges of the family and to determine how we can best assist the family in healing and reunifying. We want your family to be an active participant of your care and welcome them to be part of our supportive community.