Recovery Is Here

The Medical Model

Caring for mind, body & spirit.

Depression, anxiety, bipolar and other mental health problems can have a compounding effect on addiction. In some cases, they were where the addiction began. It’s common for people suffering from mental health problems to “self-medicate” – to use whatever chemicals they can find (e.g. marijuana, alcohol or illicit prescription drugs) to calm their anxiety, relieve depression or manage other conditions.

Likewise, unaddressed trauma can fester like an untreated wound, making recovery difficult or impossible. Until we address all three holistically – addiction, mental health and trauma – we can’t hope for any of the three to begin real healing and recovery. 

True program individualization.

The Arcadia Trails therapy team works closely with our addictionologist and other experts to truly tailor a treatment plan to your needs, strengths, skills and goals. Though your treatment program will be tailored to your strengths and needs, every Arcadia Trails patient follows the same path:

Phase 1 Acceptance and Willingness
Phase 2 Inward Assessment and Discovery
Phase 3 Understanding and Experiencing Spirituality
Phase 4 Mending Relationships and Living Sober
Phase 5 Returning to Life

Offerings

  • Medical withdrawal management (detoxification)
    • Severe withdrawal syndromes will be coordinated at the medical campus of INTEGRIS Health Edmond 
  • Comprehensive physical exam and labs
  • Medication evaluation and management
  • Psychological testing (pre and post)
  • Neuropsychological screening if needed to evaluate neurocognitive status
  • Comprehensive, interdisciplinary, individualized treatment plans
  • Individualized fitness plan
  • Custom nutrition plan
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy seven days a week
  • Evidence-based therapies
    • Motivation Enhancement Therapy (MET)
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Behavioral Activation
  • Use of evidence-based medications (medication-assisted treatment, MAT) in combination with therapy
  • Trauma therapies
    • Trauma-informed addiction groups
    • Fear extinction
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • BRAIN lectures on recovery from addiction, mental illness and trauma
  • Other Therapies including
    • Expressive therapy
    • Recreation therapy
    • Trauma therapy
    • Art therapy
    • Music therapy
  • Experiential groups
  • 12-step facilitation and workshops on recovery principles
  • Recovery training groups led by peer recovery coaches
  • Spiritual guidance
  • Reflective writing groups
  • Relaxation groups
    • Yoga, tai chi, meditation & grounding
  • Life skills groups
    • Managing stress & anger
    • Sleep hygiene
    • Financial literacy
    • Coping with grief & loss
  • Mindfulness training
  • Financial planning & budgeting
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Community outings
  • Mirror imaging experiences
  • Culturally diverse experiences
  • Aftercare case management and monitoring for 12 months post-discharge
  • Large provider network for discharge coordination
  • Relapse prevention groups
  • Family and marital therapy
  • Resource information provided for family to pursue
    • Interpersonal violence (domestic violence)
    • Parenting classes
    • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) family training
    • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations (SAMHSA’s) Eight Dimensions of Wellness
    • Parents Helping Parents Support and Education
    • Trauma curriculum
    • Experiential therapy modalities

ITEMS TO BRING FROM HOME

  • One week’s supply of comfortable, casual clothing, including fitness attire
  • Comfortable shoes, athletic shoes, house slippers - no high heels
  • Sleep wear, bathrobe, undergarments
  • Light sweater or sweatshirt for temperature changes indoors
  • Alcohol-free personal hygiene items only in new, sealed and unopened containers
    • Shampoo, conditioners
    • Facial/body wash
    • Shaving foam/gel, electric razor preferred
    • Deodorant/antiperspirant
    • Toothbrush, toothpaste, alcohol free mouthwash
    • Cosmetics/ moisturizers / body lotion
    • Hair styling tools, alcohol free and non-aerosol hairspray
  • Prescribed medications in a new, sealed and unopened container with pharmacy labels; excluding narcotics, controlled substances, medical marijuana, nonapproved OTC items (ex. CBD)
  • Basic alarm clock (no radio)
  • Headphones or ear buds to use with provided devices
  • Recovery or spirituality-related books (ex. AA, NA, etc.)

ITEMS TO LEAVE AT HOME (The following items are considered contraband.)

  • Tobacco products – including electronic cigarettes/vapes
  • Illegal drugs
  • DEA Scheduled I-IV controlled substances-- including medical marijuana, narcotic analgesics, benzodiazepines, sedating muscle relaxers, cough elixir with codeine, stimulants
  • Non-approved prescription medications and supplements – including Cannabis, CBD, Kratom
  • Weapons
  • Lighters/matches
  • Substances containing alcohol -- Perfumes, colognes, sanitizers, etc.
  • Electronic devices -- iPads, iPods, Cell phones, Smart watches, DVD players, radios, cameras, etc.
  • Expensive jewelry and luxury belongings
  • Inappropriate literature, magazines, personal papers
  • Large instruments
  • Food and beverages, including candy and gum
  • Stuffed animals or toys
  • Blankets, bedding, pillows

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.

Seeking a spiritual awakening.

“Spiritual experience” and “spiritual awakening” are common themes in recovery literature and are believed to be critical turning points in an individual’s recovery process. To that end, Arcadia Trails offers a spiritual track for incorporating spirituality into recovery with everything from the Buddhist-inspired Refuge Recovery, Christian-based Celebrate Recovery and the Toltec Four Agreements.

Understanding and experiencing spirituality

If you prefer something without a religious basis – as many recovering from addictions do – we allow therapists, peer recovery coaches and community volunteers from local step/recovery programs to guide you through spiritual track milestones:

Further program details.

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)

When appropriate, Arcadia Trails uses FDA approved, evidence-based medications such as Suboxone under the close supervision of our addiction psychiatrist.

Family program

Addiction is a disease that affects the entire family, so our family program is a key feature and begins on day one of treatment. The family surrounding a recovering person is a crucial part of their success. At Arcadia Trails, family therapy, support and education isn’t limited to a single week or event. It’s offered throughout the treatment program, allowing you to experience the same phases of recovery as your family member in treatment.  

Gender-responsive treatment

Arcadia Trails is a proponent of gender-responsive treatment (GRT), which recognizes that men and women are likely to have their own unique challenges in recovery and seeks to address those with appropriate therapy and preparation.

Process addictions

Process and behavioral addictions like gambling and sex addiction, eating disorders and compulsive spending commonly occur alongside drug and alcohol addiction. Though Arcadia Trails will not treat process or behavioral addictions as a primary condition, we will provide assessment, education, monitoring and stabilization. In some cases, a local referral may be arranged for therapy services.

Integrated alternative modalities

The following modalities may be available, and attempts will be made to offer as requested. An additional expense may be associated.

  • Acupuncture
  • Aromatherapy
  • Bibliotherapy
  • Fitness trainer
  • Life coach
  • Massage therapy
  • Nutrition consultation
  • Trauma yoga
  • Yoga for 12-step recovery

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It’s important to begin treatment as soon as you’re willing and able. So, we make it possible to begin the admission process any time of any day, seven days a week.

To start the admission process, call us now at 405.216.2500 or toll free at 844.817.6685

For general information about Arcadia Trails call, 405.216.2564