Meeting with counselor to jointly develop an assessment profile and treatment plan.
Meetings where residents participate in directed decision making regarding self-government, self-care and social skills
A Meditation experience, six days each week; residents separate themselves from destructive stress and develop inner strength for self- management and positive productive social interactions.
One hour lectures three-days each week with question and answer sessions covering the topics associated with alcohol and drug addiction and recovery management.
A mid-afternoon session four times each week focusing on the 12-step process, individual progress in the program and related issues
A weekly seminar with a specialist, contracted by Khepera, to provide information and training for the development of skills necessary for success
Support groups, four days each week, where peers, paraprofessionals and graduates interact to develop positive community relationships and strategies to assist in maintaining a state of recovery and reentering the community mainstream, negotiating transition, surviving addiction, relapse prevention, and managing emotional needs.
Families meet in weekly support sessions focusing on support for residents' successful continued management of recovery, reintegration into the community mainstream and recovery of the family unit
Weekly transportation to local areas of interest include fitness centers, yoga, bowling, art, music, and drama
Four twelve-step meetings each week focusing on introduction to and maintenance of the twelve-step method of managing alcohol and drug addiction recovery.
Weekly private sessions with a counselor, including review and updating of treatment goals and the discussions of issues specific to the individual resident.
The case of each resident is reviewed, weekly, with specific focus on the progress of the resident with respect to his treatment contract. Factors in the review include urine analysis screening, medication monitoring, file management and general overview of progress.
System that promotes intrinsic motivation. Residents have an opportunity to be award recognition merits for peer driven group attendance, with an emphasis on time management, peer driven group participation and chore participation. Attitudes and behaviors are also recognized
Residents may be referred to a number of helping agencies providing support beyond the Khepera mission, such as mental and physical health agencies, assistance providers, consumer credit counselors and others.
Khepera uses the workbook available through SAMHSA, whose focus is to help counselors teach anger management techniques in a group setting to clients with substance abuse problems or mental illness. It uses cognitive behavioral therapy to address the anger cycle, conflict resolution, assertiveness skills, and anger-control plans.
MRT is a cognitive-behavioral counseling program that combines education, group and individual counseling and structured exercises designed to foster moral development in systematic, step-by-step group counseling treatment approach for treatment-resistance clients. MRT research has shown that as clients complete steps moral reasoning increases.