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12-Step Program

At Victory Bay, we promote an extended care program because the longer a person stays engaged in treatment, the better their chances of achieving and maintaining recovery. Our distinctive care program continues our clients’ therapeutic work and teaches them to adjust to the daily aspects of living a sober life in the real world. We also promote participation in our 12-step program, which is a vital component of our aftercare program.

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Peer-to-Peer Connection

Addiction thrives in isolation, which is why building supportive peer relationships is important. At our drug & alcohol rehab center, we match client groups based on similarities to create a solid foundation for recovery. We know older clients have different life experiences than younger clients. Many times, individuals are more comfortable being honest with people their own age. Of course, honesty and sharing emotions are critical to recovery. Therefore, clients are assigned to the most suitable group for their individual needs. However, we make sure all groups address the similarities in every person’s addiction path. We also stress the importance of creating bonds based on their unique journeys to wellness and recovery.

Sober Living

Recovery is not merely abstinence – it is learning to live and thrive in the greater community as a sober person. Victory Bay encourages clients to live in sober housing during treatment. We also strongly urge a continued stay in sober housing once their treatment has concluded. Sober housing allows newly recovering people to begin transitioning back into their communities while offering staff support and supervision. In sober housing, residents can continue participating in their clinical treatment. They can also attend 12-step meetings and begin to take on responsibilities. They’ll also develop accountability through required chores, house meetings, and periodic drug testing, helping them prepare for a life in recovery. During and after dual diagnosis treatment, sober living provides another layer of security and support for clients with serious mental health disorders. Supervision and daily responsibilities help each individual to adjust to their new life in recovery.

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12-Step Programs

At our extended care program, we know living in active addiction is a 24-7 job, and learning to live in recovery can be confusing and unsettling. That’s why we encourage attendance at a 12-step program. These programs can provide a “design for living” for a newly sober person who is facing life’s challenges while maintaining sobriety. Attendance at an extended care program is available at all levels of care and provides an existing support system during and after clinical treatment ends. In addition, instilling 12-step attendance in our clients’ lives promotes a sense of routine and structure, which follows our clients into their societal return.


Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment

Our Eating Disorder Programs provides flexibility so you or your loved one can attend treatment while still working full-time, attending school, and meeting family and personal obligations. We support not only our clients but also their loved ones – family and friends – in the recovery process. Learn More

Group Therapy

Group therapy is the process of meeting with a trained professional and at least two other clients in a safe and nurturing space. Group therapy can take place in a therapist’s office or in a group room and sessions can vary depending on the group material and topic. Learn More

Individual Therapy

We use a combination of advanced psychological methods and personal interaction to address your disorder or behaviors. We can help you overcome your problems in a way that is beneficial for you and those around you. Learn More

12-Step Program

At Victory Bay, we promote an extended care program because the longer a person stays engaged in treatment, the better their chances of achieving and maintaining recovery. Our exceptional care program not only continues our clients' therapeutic work but also teaches them to adjust to the daily aspects of living a sober life in the real world. Learn More

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication-assisted treatment, also known as MAT, uses specific prescription medications—to help our clients sustain their recovery. It works by reducing cravings, blocking the effects of opioids, or normalizing brain chemistry. When used during addiction treatment, MAT combined with counseling, behavioral therapy, and 12 steps modality helps individuals sustain long-term recovery. Learn More

Family Therapy

Addiction is a family disease. The wreckage that an addict causes often leaves a family traumatized and resentful. As part of our family therapy program at Victory Bay, we strongly recommend family members educate themselves about the disease of addiction and learn how best to provide for their loved one. Learn More

Life Skills Training

Addiction affects the entire person, so it is important to treat the individual in every way that the addiction harmed their life. Through options like life skills training and vocational rehabilitation, clients can get their lives back on track. Learn More

EMDR Therapy

PTSD symptoms can be treated with EMDR therapy, which is an evidence-based psychotherapy treatment that can significantly reduce the severity of your symptoms. Victory Bay utilizes EMDR therapy because it doesn't require the use of medication, has few side effects, and is highly effective. Learn More

Recover-Safe Program

We are dedicated to delivering the best care in the safest environment for our clients during a time when they feel the most vulnerable. Our commitment to providing a safe and secure experience allows our patients to focus on healing and achieving a life of sustainable recovery. Learn More

Dual Diagnosis

We recognize that our clients may have varying behavioral, emotional, and mental health concerns in addition to their challenges with substance use. Our dual diagnosis program takes a holistic approach to care and uniformly assesses for co-occurring disorders and risk factors. Learn More

Older Adults Treatment System

As an older adult, the added pressures of work, family, friendships, and bills can become overwhelming. Victory Bay offers an Older Adults Treatment System (O.A.T.S). It’s a treatment track exclusively for adults ages 27 and up. Learn More