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The Shoulder

4700 Roper Lane –
USA
Alabama
Daphne
AL36526
251-626-2199

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Centre Description

Intensive alcohol abuse Outpatient Program
With A Partial Residential Component
This is our primary program, which is a minimum of eight weeks in
length. This program enables the individual to both reside at The
Shoulder during treatment and remain employed at the same time.
This residential program provides both room and board, which
includes three meals a day.

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THE SHOULDER
PRIMARY PROGRAM

Program fees are on sliding scale based on the client’s income. There
is a $550 non-refundable fee due upon admission which covers
administrative costs and the first week’s payment. A payment of at
least $150 per week is expected from each client. This payment is
applied toward total IOP program fees.

The primary focus is on recovery from drugs and alcohol. Treatment
activities are Monday through Friday, and begin promptly at 6:00 p.m.
While a client is a resident at The Shoulder, counselors work with him
to develop a treatment plan designed to address his individual needs.
The client attends numerous educational and process groups, 12-step
meetings, spirituality groups, substance education meetings, and
individual and family counseling sessions.

Random drug and alcohol testing is done to insure that The Shoulder
provides a safe environment for all clients.

While participating in The Shoulder’s program, a client is required to
obtain and maintain full-time (40 hours per week) employment. This is
an important component in helping a client resume his place in society
as a responsible individual. Clients may work Monday through
Saturday, but they may not work on Sundays. IOP clients must return
to The Shoulder by 5:00 p.m.

If a client comes to The Shoulder without a job, he has 10 days in
which to obtain employment. Clients are responsible for their own
transportation to and from work. If a client does not have a car or
license, there is limited bus service, carpools, and numerous
businesses within easy walking, bicycling and driving distance from
The Shoulder’s facility.

If a client is onsite while waiting for a job, he is expected to perform
therapeutic activity during working hours.

Weekend passes are an earned privilege given at the discretion of the
counselor when it is in the best interest of the client.

The Shoulder strongly encourages family participation in the treatment
process. Family group is held every on Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m.
Family members should also consider attending community Al-Anon
Family Group and Co-Dependents Anonymous meetings to further
their understanding of addiction.

HALFWAY HOUSE PROGRAM
Residential Rehabilitation

Men who are admitted into The Shoulder Halfway House must first
have completed a primary treatment program either at The Shoulder
or in an equivalent certified program at another facility. Clients who
intend to enter our Halfway House program must coordinate it with their
primary treatment counselor several weeks prior to their proposed
discharge. This allows referrals, applications and acceptances to be
made well in advance of the proposed transition. Transfers from other
programs are welcome. However, these transfers must be pre-
approved by our counseling staff, and door-to-door.

Residency in our Halfway Program requires a minimum eight-week
commitment. Generally, the optimal stay is about 90 days. Stays longer
than 90 days will be considered by clinical staff based on the
therapeutic value and available space.

For those entering the Halfway Program from another facility, there is a
$550.00 non-refundable fee due upon admission. This fee is
necessary to cover administrative costs, physical and psychosocial
assessments, phone calls, etc. It also covers the first week’s treatment
fees. After acceptance to the program all clients will be required to pay
$150.00 per week in Halfway treatment fees.

The primary focus at The Shoulder is on the recovery from drugs and
alcohol. It is a structured environment, which includes nightly curfews
and random drug and alcohol testing. The privilege of weekend
passes may be earned as dictated by the client's involvement in the
recovery process and his responsible behavior.

Halfway Program clients attend weekly Aftercare and Life Skills groups
in the evenings, in addition to numerous 12-step meetings, spirituality
groups, and individual sessions on an as-needed basis. Counselors
work with clients to develop rehabilitation plans to address such issues
as relapse prevention, legal issues, vocation, and education. Referrals
will be made as necessary.

While participating in Halfway Program, a client is required to obtain
and maintain full-time (40 hours per week) employment. This is an
important part of helping a client resume his place in society as a
responsible individual. Clients may work Monday through Saturday, but
they may not work on Sundays. The evenings will be dedicated to
recovery activities.

If a client comes to The Shoulder without a job, he has 10 days in
which obtain employment. Clients are responsible for their own
transportation to and from work. If a client does not have a car or
license, there is limited bus service, carpools, and numerous
businesses within easy walking, bicycling and driving distance from
The Shoulder’s facility.

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