The CPR Program

California Prime Recovery operates by approaching recovery from 3 separate levels. Each level will have expectations to meet, which include a minimum amount of time, and tangible growth to prove the client is ready for the next stage. The stages are set up methodically to create long lasting results for all clients, coming from varying backgrounds and severity of addiction. California Prime Recovery will provide these services in an alcohol and drug free environment. There will be a minimum but not be a maximum length for a client at any phase; for this reason clients will feel less pressure to level up, and more time to grow at their own rate. We know from experience, that everyone is unique, and everyone struggles at different severity’s. Our aim is to challenge our clients to grow, but never add too much pressure to cause damage.

Level 1

This level will most likely follow a stay at an in-patient treatment center or a detox center. The client can identify, and recognize the negative consequences of drug use, but may not fully grasp their own problems. The client will be encouraged to participate during all groups, regardless of their insight. We are looking for integration into the community and participation as a fellow member amongst their peers. The client will start to gain an understanding of therapeutic concepts, 12-step ideology, and learn how to start incorporating those theories into their life. Push-back during this phase will prolong the client from getting to the next level.

Level 2

In this level, the client will continue to take action on a consistent basis and when faced with a difficult situation, the client will reach out for support from IOP staff or their sober community. During groups, the client can participate with insight, demonstrates accountability, and set a strong example for peers. Client will work through family and relational conflict at this phase. The client now understands therapeutic concepts and is starting to utilize them day to day.

Level 3

At this level, the client can manage daily challenges and seek support as needed from IOP staff or their sober community. Client provides strong leadership for his/her peers. Client should be actively looking for a job, currently employed, or finding an extracurricular activity during this level. The client will help assist staff in keeping groups running smoothly, and able to count on this client to aid in the positive growth of the community. The client will feel comfortable confronting his/her peers, and do so love in a loving manner.

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