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Therapeutic Placement

What you see is not always reflective of the underlying issues driving the addiction. Therapeutic Recovery Network has an innate ability to dig deep to get to the heart of the matter. And in so doing, we develop a treatment plan that focuses on these root causes. For many reasons, a teamwork approach to clinical care for the client and family is often required. Therapeutic Recovery Network has a large network of addiction professionals and specialized facilities. We visit programs regularly and have gained invaluable experience with resources across the country to get her clients the right help and support to successfully address their challenges and provide them the best opportunity to move forward in life.

Everyone’s Path is Different.

Because the team at Therapeutic Recovery Network is extremely well connected with many highly qualified treatment centers and other recovery professionals throughout the U.S. The end result is a unique treatment plan developed especially for you or your loved one.


Placement options can include the following:

  • Detox programs: Detox helps manage painful or unpleasant withdrawal symptoms as an addicted person rids their body and mind of drugs and alcohol before moving on to the next phase of treatment.

  • Residential treatment centers: Clients who require a high level of support and monitoring of their behavior often benefit from the structured environment of a residential treatment center.

  • Medical inpatient/psychiatric assessment and stabilization programs: This level of treatment is for people in crisis who require an intensive level of care not often available in an outpatient setting.

  • Outdoor/wilderness programs: Wilderness therapy programs are designed to teach teens and young adults healthy coping skills by separating them from distractions such as entertainment and social media.

  • Collegiate recovery programs: Drinking and drug use often define many students’ social lives in college. This permissive environment and lack of parental supervision can lead to addiction for many young adults. Collegiate recovery programs help students maintain a sober lifestyle while they pursue higher education.

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“My true passion is helping others.”
- Kirsten Banks, MA, LPC, CIP, CAI
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