Young Adult Treatment

It is our belief that treatment for patients between the ages of 18 and 22 must be oriented toward the problems faced in transition from adolescence to adulthood.  Young adults are beginning to make decisions and commitments that will determine the path their future will take. The environment is structured with regular schedules yet allows the development of responsibility in the patient. In addition, patients will have therapeutic recreational groups and activities.  Young Adult group topics include transition out of the family home, family problems, self-support, and dealing with peer pressure, dating, and developing life long values.

Each patient’s length of stay is flexible and is based upon individual needs. Keystone firmly believes that treatment should be a highly individualized experience because no person has identical needs. Keystone has put together specialized treatment tracks for those with special issues and needs: dual diagnosis, methamphetamine, gambling, opioid dependence, cognitive disorders, Native American program, and Christian Track program. Please visit our Specialty Track section for more information on these unique services.  Keystone is constantly striving to make sure that we can adequately address the ever-changing needs of our clients.

In the past 25 years, 20 – 25% of our patients have been Native American. Our philosophy recognizes each individual as unique and of worth, and should be treated with dignity and respect. Keystone appreciates the uniqueness of the Native American and is sensitive to their culture in our treatment process. We have the skilled staff, commitment, and understanding to assist individuals in realizing their full potential. Keystone encourages each individual to make a plan, recognize their personal worth, and accept the help and guidance of their native culture as they move through the recovery process. Please go to the Native American Specialty Track for more information.

Our inpatient services include around-the-clock nursing care with physicians available 24/7. Our staff includes a psychiatrist/ addictionologist, two physicians, a clinical psychologist, licensed psychiatric nurse, licensed chemical dependency counselors, and a licensed marriage and family therapist. All of our treatment programs are based on the 12-step philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Gamblers Anonymous.

Because Keystone believes that spirituality is an important aspect of recovery, we offer pastoral counseling to clients in order to assist them with their spiritual journey. Other services include extended treatment which can be arranged as needed. Throughout the treatment process we emphasize the importance of continuum of care and involvement in an appropriate support group after discharge.

In a time when our world and cultures may be at a crossroads, we are drawn together as one in addiction.

Detoxification Services

Detoxification is a service which uses medical interventions, including the administration of physician prescribed medications and medical monitoring, to safely assist patients withdrawing from addictive substances.  Detoxification is under the direction of our Medical Director and is monitored by 24 hour nursing care. Length of detox varies depending upon the severity of withdrawal. Detox is offered as a transition into inpatient programs.  Every patient is evaluated for their individual care.  We also offer a culturally sensitive Native American specific track, and have Native American counselors and Cultural Advisors on staff.  ur physicians are licensed to use Buprenorphine (Subutex) in the withdrawal from opioids and are experienced in all the various aspects of drug and alcohol withdrawal.

Family Programs

Addictions affect everyone in a family. Keystone offers education and support to the family while their loved one is in treatment.  Our family program is designed to strengthen the family system, modify family behaviors, promote open and honest communication, and encourage healthy relationships.  Family counseling is accomplished through individual counseling sessions, educational programming, group therapy, and family sessions.