Developmentally-Focused Treatment and Support

As advocates for young adult substance use recovery, we’ve built our PHP, IOP and Outpatient services on structure and direction in key life areas.

  • Development of personal identity
  • Heightened awareness of self
  • Lasting connections with others
  • Meaningful social engagement
  • Real career progress
  • Connection to meaning and purpose
  • Physical and spiritual awareness
  • Blossoming of full range of emotion




As our young adult clients transition into a phase of life with increased expectation and responsibilities, we make physical and emotional balance a priority. Young adults find their approach to physical and emotional wellness clarified, as they develop the capacity to reattune to life’s stressors.

The Young Adult Continuum

A person-first approach to substance use recovery makes real change possible. We reach young adults at critical junctures, where substance use issues might be growing alongside normal development. In helping to free young adults from destructive addiction habits, Real Recovery Clinical Services is helping to usher clients more fully into responsible adulthood. We found our approach on specific, cornerstone beliefs:

  • During this stage of life, engagement in each area – physical, emotional, spiritual, cognitive and social – is critical for establishing direction toward adulthood
  • This is a formative, not a trivial, life stage
  • Development occurs on a continuum, and each stage builds upon the successes – and the setbacks – of the last

     

A person-first approach to substance use recovery makes real change possible. We reach young adults at critical junctures, where substance use issues might be growing alongside normal development. In helping to free young adults from destructive addiction habits, Real Recovery Clinical Services is helping to usher clients more fully into responsible adulthood. We found our approach on specific, cornerstone beliefs:

We’ve tailored our programs specifically with young adults in mind. Changes in the late adolescent and young adult brain are integrated into all aspects of our support, and are thus reflected in daily treatment schedules.