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Project Turnabout develops individual outpatient program for drug, alcohol recovery

Project Turnabout has developed a comprehensive, outpatient treatment program that allows a patient to continue a step-by-step recovery with one counselor.

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GRANITE FALLS — Project Turnabout has developed a comprehensive, full-service program focused on individuals who seek outpatient care for alcohol and drug recovery, the treatment center recently announced.

The Intensive Outpatient Program that begins Oct. 5 focuses on individualized treatment for each person in outpatient care.

According to the announcement, the program involves a step-down, phased program tailored to the needs of each patient. It includes education, working the recovery steps, relapse prevention, and Project Turnabout’s “Milestones in Recovery” program.

A key feature is that each patient moves through the phases with a single counselor for stability and continued growth in the treatment process.

The program begins with sessions four evenings a week. Expectations are that patients will be able to gradually decrease the number of sessions per week.

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Project Turnabout continues to offer both face-to-face and WebExgroup therapy platforms.

In addition to treatment for alcohol and drug addictions, the center also offers gambling recovery through its independent Vanguard Center.

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