Chapman House has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval ® for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance as a detox and residential treatment program.
Chapman House has also earned The LegitScript-certification! This means that LegitScript has reviewed this website or merchant, and has determined that it meets their standards for legality, safety and transparency while being monitored regularly!
WHY Chapman House
We aid in Resolving Resentment
Most of those entering our program have caused damage to their family/loved ones. Therefore, we offer a Family Component that assists in RESOLVING RESENTMENTS.
We conduct Depression Inventories and evaluations with each client. After which, a Personalized Treatment Plan is devolved to insure cohesive treatment throughout one’s stay.
We assess and address each individual’s Primary issue (addiction, depression, Anxiety, etc.)
While most programs fail to address the important feelings of shame and anger, we’ve developed a shame reduction component that only Chapman House offers.
We have created a SELF-ESTEEM ENHANCEMENT COMPONENT that addresses the person’s damaged self-esteem.
Trustworthy and committed staff
OUR TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Chapman House Treatment Centers provide a safe and comfortable residential detox. Our professional staff directly monitors our detox patients every 20-minutes.
Our partial hospitalization program or PHP, is a highly structured outpatient program where patients receive treatment at least 5 days per week for no less than 6 hours per day.
Chapman House Treatment Centers provide a wide variety of outpatient services In addition to all of our primary treatment programs.
Our residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, is a truly comprehensive and modern rehabilitation program
The least restrictive of our treatment programs, Intensive Outpatient or IOP, consists of a minimum treatment of three days a week for three hours per day.
Dual-diagnosis is a term for when someone experiences a mental illness and a substance abuse problem simultaneously.