Although it can be a difficult step to take, leaving behind the environment in which you used substances will help you in your recovery. Residential treatment provides a safe environment away from the stresses and triggers of daily life, and also helps you break away from the connections that allowed your substance use to continue. In treatment, you learn to deal with your issues in a safe space, and then transition back to your daily life with the skills you need to maintain your recovery.
Our medical staff comprises doctors with MDs and registered nurses. Our clinical staff hold licenses and certifications appropriate to their positions, including licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, national certified counselors, certified substance abuse counselors, and certified therapeutic recreational specialists, and many of them have master’s degrees in their field.
We realize that confidentiality is very important to our patients, which means it is also very important to us. Addiction carries an unfortunate stigma, and most people with a substance use disorder would prefer to keep that information private. We will, therefore, inform only those people whom you give us explicit permission to contact. In addition, laws, regulations, and accreditation requirements mandate the protection of patient information.
It’s not an easy endeavor because when it comes to addiction, the person with the problem often refuses to acknowledge it. People in active addiction are frequently in denial about their situation and unwilling to seek treatment. They may not recognize the negative consequences their behavior causes for themselves and others. Simply asking them to stop or reprimanding them rarely works. Often, a more structured approach is required. You may need a formal intervention.
We are partnered with several insurance providers, including:
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- MH Net
- Value Option
For those patients who need to cover some of the costs out of pocket, we work with M~Lend Financial to help patients obtain financing to cover treatment.
Addiction is a family disease, and recovery requires that each member of the family understand addiction, how it has affected them, and how they can support their loved one’s recovery. The Family Program at The Farley Center is a weekend program in which both the patient and their family participate. It helps them to heal from the pain caused by addiction and renew their relationships in a healthy way.
Individuals admitted to The Farley Center must be prepared to take a hiatus from their work activities while in treatment. This specialized time of recovery allows the individual to focus on those aspects of their life that might be triggering them to use. While in treatment, therefore, patients are discouraged from engaging in work-related activities. Our hope is to offer stress management and work/life balance skills to help individuals re-enter their chosen field as active, healthy, and sober members of the workforce.
Farley’s Intensive Outpatient Program allows patients to continue working, maintain their current living situation, and improve their relationships, all while receiving services right in their community. The program is open to adults 18 and older who are experiencing substance use disorders along with co-occurring psychiatric disorders and are experiencing significant impairment in their daily functioning.
If you or someone you know suffers from drug and/or alcohol addiction, contact The Farley Center today at 800.582.6066 to learn more about our individualized treatment programs.
The length of your stay at The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place will largely depend on the severity of your addiction. No two addicts are alike; therefore, not everyone will be treated in the same amount of time.
Some residents have stayed with us for a few weeks, some for a month or more. When you or your loved one is admitted to The Farley Center for treatment, the medical staff, treatment team, and nursing professionals perform thorough assessments. A complete biological, social, and psychological assessment results in a comprehensive clinical summary that will assist us in determining your length of stay.
If you or someone you know suffers from drug and/or alcohol addiction, contact The Farley Center today at (800) 582-6066 to learn more about our individualized treatment programs.