Levels Of Care At Spring Hill
- Detox At Our Sister-Facility
- Outpatient Treatment At Our Sister-Facility
- Residential Treatment At Spring Hill
- Our Amenities & Holistic Activities
- Our Housing Units
Spring Hill Recovery Center provides residential treatment for substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues. Our camp-like environment offers comfort, security, and a wide-range of treatment services and holistic activities to inspire meaningful recovery.
At Spring Hill Recovery Center, our retreat-style rehab program is located on an expansive 70-acre campus.
Our clinically managed services feature a safe and structured environment with 24-hour support. Our campus includes gender-specific housing, amenities that encourage a healthy lifestyle for recovery, and evidence-based treatment services.
If you experience drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms, you can access our detox level of care at Bedrock Recovery Center.
If you only need outpatient care or wish to continue treatment in an outpatient setting following your stay at Spring Hill, we can refer you to Northeast Addictions Treatment Center.
<h2id=”detox”>Detox At Sister-Facility Bedrock Recovery Center
If our medical team determines you’re at risk for post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS), or if you’re already experiencing acute withdrawal symptoms, you may be referred to our sister facility in Canton, Massachusetts.
Bedrock Recovery Center hosts a 40-bed detox unit to monitor, evaluate, and manage withdrawal symptoms. After you stabilize, the team will then help you transition into residential treatment at Bedrock or Spring Hill.
<h2id=”outpatient”>Outpatient Treatment At Sister-Facility Northeast Addictions Treatment Center
If you require step-down outpatient care following our residential rehab program, you may be referred to our sister facility located in Quincy: Northeast Addictions Treatment Center.
This facility offers multiple levels of outpatient care, including:
- Standard Outpatient Program (OP)
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
- Partial hospitalization/day treatment program (PHP)
Residential Treatment At Spring Hill
Once you arrive at our woodland campus, you receive multiple assessments to determine appropriate treatment planning that addresses your specific needs.
Your personalized treatment plan will likely include:
- one-on-one clinical sessions
- a full-day group therapy curriculum
- evidence-based therapies
- medication-assisted treatment (if applicable)
- aftercare planning and case management
Our residential program lasts anywhere from two weeks to thirty days, depending on your needs and insurance coverage.
One-On-One Clinical Sessions
After your initial assessment, you’re assigned to a primary clinician who works with you individually throughout your stay.
Your one-on-one sessions with your primary clinician are scheduled at least once a week (more sessions can be requested as needed). The goal of these sessions is to address both addiction and mental health, with discussions that may include:
- Relapse prevention and harm reduction
- Coping skills and how to identify triggers
- Familial relationships and support systems
- The link between substance use disorder and mental health
- Interest in medication-assisted treatment or other specialized options
Your clinician is also involved in your aftercare plan so you have access to supportive services and other resources once you leave our program.
Group Therapy Curriculum
The majority of your treatment day at Spring Hill is spent in group therapy sessions. Group therapy is one of the most effective treatment options for addiction and mental health.
We offer at least 36 group therapy sessions each week that are facilitated by master’s level or licensed clinicians across various disciplines. Our group sessions can include:
- Psychoeducation group
- Distress tolerance group
- Health and wellness group
- Coping skills group
- Triggers group
- Relapse prevention group
We also have support groups available that are led by peers or counselors and based on current interest/need, including Refuge Recovery, SMART Recovery, Celebrate Recovery, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and a First Responder Liaison Group.
Our multidisciplinary team of clinicians can provide several evidence-based therapies in both group and individual sessions, including:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
- Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA)
- 12-Step Facilitation
It’s our priority at Spring Hill to have every evidence-based treatment method available, including helping to coordinate medication-assisted treatment services should you be interested.
Our MAT coordinator works alongside you and your treatment team to establish a plan that starts in our residential program and continues after you leave. Medications that may be available for opioid use disorder and alcohol use disorder include:
- Sublocade Injection
Aftercare & Case Management
Your aftercare plan is developed by our aftercare coordinator, who works with you, your treatment team, and your support system.
An example of a typical aftercare plan includes:
- Outpatient care (PHP, IOP, OP), including specialized grief/trauma therapy
- Community resources like peer support groups
- Medical appointments and legal assistance
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Alumni programming
You’ll also have access to a bachelor’s or master’s level case manager, along with a patient liaison, who works with you from day one to build rapport and help you with basic life needs for during and after treatment.
<h2id=”amenities”>Our Amenities & Holistic Activities
At Spring Hill, we want you to associate recovery with fun hobbies and a healthy lifestyle. As a result, we offer a wide range of amenities and holistic activities that include:
- Exercise in our fitness room
- Yoga and mindfulness meditation classes
- Art tables and crafts in our recreation room
- Board games and ping pong
- Nutritional guidance to address specific diets
- The Barn Dining Hall, featuring a gourmet chef and fresh, seasonal meals
- Movie nights, including an outdoor inflatable movie screen
- Herb and vegetable garden managed by residents and staff members
- Corn hole, wiffle ball, frisbee toss, and basketball
- Outdoor picnic tables for biweekly cookouts
- Campfires with lounge chairs and s’mores
- Gazebo and other areas for quiet reflection or socializing
When the weather is nice, we take advantage of our beautiful campus and move group sessions outside. We also post a full-activities calendar around campus, highlighting monthly activities that promote team-building and a strong sense of community.
<h2id=”housing”>Our Housing Units
At Spring Hill, you stay in one of our two gender-specific housing complexes:
- Michael’s Building (male)
- The Poet’s Cottages (female/male overflow)
Michael’s Building consists of 21 bedrooms that range in size and accommodations. Our nursing/medical/behavioral health support offices are located in this building as well.
The Poet’s Cottages
The Poets are a collection of three charming cottages featuring four private bedrooms, a small kitchen area, a bathroom, and shared living space in every unit. Each cottage is also equipped with an intercom system for easy communication with staff.
To learn more about Spring Hill and our network of behavioral health rehab centers in Massachusetts and Ohio, please contact us today.
Written by Spring Hill Editorial Team
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This page does not provide medical advice.
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