Why Choose De Paul Treatment Centers?

Your Needs – Your Treatment Program

At De Paul Treatment Centers, we tailor our programs to the unique needs of each person. Clients complete a comprehensive assessment when entering treatment and then create a treatment plan with a counselor that is based on individual goals. In addition to the many different groups offered at De Paul, clients meet regularly with their counselors to monitor progress, discuss challenges and update goals.

All of the substance use disorder treatment programs at De Paul use scientifically proven curriculums such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Alcohol and Drug Education, Relapse Prevention, Seeking Safety, and Health and Nutrition. Read more about our residential and outpatient groups:

De Paul is closely connected to the 12 Step community. Clients in all programs are encouraged to attend 12 Step meetings. Various meetings are held at all three De Paul Treatment Centers locations. Some meetings are for De Paul clients only, while others are open to the recovery community.

De Paul has a variety of addiction treatment programs that allow us to address the individual needs of each client. Some clients will start in residential treatment where they live at De Paul and have access to support 24/7. De Paul offers both adult and youth residential programs. For clients who have a stable home environment and live near De Paul, day treatment offers much of the structure and support of residential treatment with the ability to return home to family at night. Intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment programs allow clients to come to De Paul Treatment Centers locations one or more times a week for groups and individual sessions.

Family Therapy and Addiction Recovery

Family therapy is strongly encouraged for all De Paul Treatment Centers clients. Chemical dependency impacts the entire family and engaging a client’s support system in treatment strengthens relationships, improves outcomes, and reduces the possibility of relapse.