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Aftercare Program and Other Services

The Aftercare Program is a peer support group for clients who have successfully completed a phase of treatment. Aftercare groups are held once a week. Typically, a client remains in the aftercare phase of treatment for 6 months. However, we often accommodate employer or EAP requirements for clients who must attend 1 year of aftercare as follow up after their treatment episode. During the first few months after completing treatment, clients are at an especially high risk of relapse. This seem to be due to a combination of losing the structure of treatment, having less accountability, and returning to the stress of daily living. Aftercare allows clients to maintain some accountability as they continue to practice the skills they learned in treatment; thus making the transition easier. Participants have a safe place to share their struggles and successes and receive feedback and encouragement from their peers. Along with these weekly process groups, clients receive biweekly education on issues pertinent to this later stage in recovery. These topics include: balanced living, nutrition, managing money, motivation, maintaining relationships, and much more.

Education

Eleventh Hour provides alcohol and drug abuse education programs varying in length-usually from two to twelve hours. Our education is appropriate for anyone wanting information about alcohol and drug abuse or codependency. Therapists and other professionals may wish to refer clients who need information about these topics.



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The Eleventh Hour Rehabilitation Program is covered by most insurance companies. We also accept all major credit cards for payment whether you are paying for treatment yourself or you have co-pays and deductibles. The Eleventh Hour does not accept Medicare or Medi-Cal, but we are able to set you up on a payment plan so that you may receive the treatment you need.