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The Arcadia Trails Program

From Acceptance to Returning to Life.

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Phase 1 Acceptance and Willingness

The comprehensive diagnostic evaluation occurs during Phase 1, as well as any detoxification and withdrawal management as needed. Since Arcadia Trails is located on a medical campus, severe withdrawal symptoms – even requiring intravenous (IV) medication – can be coordinated with the medical campus of INTEGRIS Health Edmond.

At this time, it will also be determined whether medication assisted treatment (MAT) is appropriate for the patient. When appropriate, Arcadia Trails uses FDA-approved, evidence-based medications under the close supervision of our addiction psychiatrist.

Arcadia Trails INTEGRISPhase 2 Inward Assessment and Discovery

During this phase, patients explore and internalize the first two steps common to many 12-step programs, practicing acceptance and beginning to discover life without their drug of choice. Arcadia Trails also recognizes the important differences between men and women in recovery and offers gender-responsive treatment (GRT) to honor those unique needs.

As treatment progresses, process and behavioral addictions such as gambling, sex and spending addictions often come to the fore. Though we don’t directly treat these, we will provide assessment, education, monitoring and stabilization.

Phase 3 Understanding and Experiencing Spirituality

Spirituality is a crucial component of any program of recovery, but as we know, many recovering people have unpleasant associations with religion or spirituality in general. During this phase, we make it possible for patients at Arcadia Trails to explore a number of different spiritual paths – everything from Christian- and Buddhist-based programs to secular and agnostic methods of exploring spirituality.

Therapists, peer recovery coaches, chaplains and community volunteers from local step/recovery programs are available to guide them through spiritual track milestones:

  • Discerning between spirituality and religion
  • The role of spirituality in recovery
  • Steps/strategies to foster spiritual development
  • Prayer and meditation
  • Spiritual and religious development
  • Compassion and forgiveness
  • Developing a personal spiritual enhancement plan

Arcadia Trails INTEGRISPhase 4 Mending Relationships and Living Sober

We encourage family members to participate in the full program of recovery at Arcadia Trails, but Phase 4 is when families tend to get even more involved. While the recovering person is learning about what they’ve done to harm others, and how to make it right, the family can pursue the Arcadia Trails Family Program’s comprehensive array of healing resources as well as SAMHSA’s Eight Dimensions of wellness.

Phase 5 Returning to Life

At this point, living outside Arcadia Trails starts to become an imminent reality, so aftercare becomes an important part of the conversation. We can’t overstate how crucial aftercare is to a successful recovery. Returning to old friends and old ways of life can make it all too easy to slip back into habits that lead to relapse. 

That’s why our aftercare planning involves much more than just sending patients to sober living – it involves intensive coordination, check-ins, monitoring of clinical outcomes for a full year, aftercare case management and relapse prevention groups.


The BRAIN model

Arcadia Trails INTEGRISArcadia Trails uses the BRAIN Model of addiction recovery, which addresses addiction as a brain disorder.

B – Brain and Body Wellness Behaviors and Skills promote mind and body health through active engagement.

R – Recovery Navigation Skills help one to functioning optimally in the community as a person in recovery.

A – Acceptance & Insight encourage learning that addiction, mental illness and trauma are brain disorders that are treatable.

I – Improving Life Skills encourages inward assessment and discovery of personal strengths, aptitudes and accomplishments as well as identifying life skill deficits that need improvement for successful living.

N – Nurturing Healthy Relationships to foster joyful connections with one’s spirituality and/or higher power, self, family, community and recovery support system.

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