Recover KY - Mountain Comprehensive Care Center

HomePlace Clinic Supportive Treatment Guidelines

The modalities below are used for HomePlace Clinic’s Supportive Treatment Guidelines:

Phase One [RED]: Eight (8) week minimum
During this time of intensive support, the treatment goal is to reduce acuity and move to early stability and the rationale of services is to immerse the patient in treatment support to reduce acuity. Services provided during this phase includes:
• Weekly visits with the medical provider
• Weekly visits with the therapist
• Weekly visits with case management & peer support services
Readiness to move to the next phase: completion of all treatment sessions as well has four (4) successive negative urine drug screens.

Phase Two [YELLOW]: Sixteen (16) week minimum
During this time of committed support, the treatment goal is to assist the patient to move from early stability to consistent stability and the rationale of services is to build and begin to implement recovery-oriented behaviors using clinical and peer support. Services provided during this phase includes:
• Bi-weekly visits with the medical provider
• Weekly visits with the therapist
• Weekly visits with case management & peer support services
Readiness to move to the next phase: consistent negative urine drug screens as well as 90% attendance of all scheduled appointments.

Phase Three [GREEN]: Twenty four (24) week minimum
During this time of stabilized support, the treatment goal is that the patient will demonstrate full capacity to maintain stability with recovery skills developed and implemented. In addition, through this phase, the patient would demonstrate self-ownership of recovery-oriented behaviors and tapering protocols will be implemented by the medical provider. Services provided during this phase includes:
• Bi-Weekly visits with the medical provider
• Bi-Weekly visits with the therapist
• Bi-weekly visits with case management & peer support services as appropriate
Readiness to move to the next phase: consistent negative urine drug screens and consistent attendance to all treatment appointments.

Phase Four [WHITE]: Twenty four (24) weeks
During this time of maintenance, the treatment goal is that the patient will demonstrate stability and is tapering at eight (8) mg or less. In addition, through this phase, the patient will develop lifestyle changes that will assist in recovery. Services provided during this phase includes:
• Monthly visits with the medical provider
• Monthly visits with the therapist

GUIDELINES DERIVED FROM THE SUPPORTING TREATMENT OPTIMIZATION PROTOCOL (STOP) MODEL

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