Relapse Programs

Our addiction specialists work with individual patients to establish a personalized treatment, rehabilitation and recovery plan. Our team recognizes not everyone establishes recovery the first time.

At Henry Ford Maplegrove Center, the home for addiction therapy at Henry ford Behavioral Health Services, we created our Relapse Programs to address the unique needs of those patients.

Addiction treatment: Relapse Programs in Michigan

Relapse refers to the return of an illness, in this case addiction, after a period of improvement. Addiction is a lifelong illness, and some patients may not fully recover following their initial treatment.

Our Relapse Programs aim to help patients strengthen their recovery skills and create a sustainable, effective plan to prevent future relapses. They are part of the recovery phase of our three-phase framework of treatment:

  1. Interruption. Stopping the cycle of addiction and establishing abstinence
  2. Rehabilitation. Facilitating education and therapy so the patient recognizes and accepts the addiction, as well as beginning daily routines of recovery.
  3. Recovery. Implementing ongoing support, including counseling and 12-step meetings, to promote stability and long-term wellbeing.

Learn more about our Relapse Programs:

Residential Relapse Program

The Residential Relapse Program at Maplegrove helps patients and families understand how the trap of addiction has continued. We start with a careful review of a patient's beliefs, daily routines and personal vulnerabilities. In addition to the traditional inpatient treatment program, our team works with patients work to:

  • Identify their relapse risks
  • Strengthen their recovery skills
  • Develop a relapse prevention plan suited for their needs and those of their family

Outpatient Relapse Program

Many of our patients transfer into the Outpatient Relapse Program after completing the Residential Relapse Program. In an outpatient setting, our team works with patients to:

  • Identify their unique risks
  • Advance their recovery skills
  • Develop a relapse prevention plan suited for their needs and those of their family
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