Regeneration Program

No Longer Bound is a 12-month, residential treatment and education program that offers ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine) Level III.1 Clinically Managed, Low Intensity Residential services. Those services include highly-structured treatment and therapeutic activities that focus on stabilization, abstinence, resolving relational wounds of the past, repairing broken belief systems, and restoring relational health through lasting intimacy with God, Self and Others.

For I hold you by your right hand—I, the Lord your God. And I say to you, ‘Don’t be afraid. I am here to help you.

– Isaiah 41:13

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The NLB Regeneration program is a relational-oriented process driven on a “beliefs drive behaviors” model commonly referred to as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The process is designed to target flawed core beliefs that produce harmful, destructive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors (such a substance abuse.) The program goals and outcomes involve changing flawed core beliefs to healthy core beliefs, producing beneficial, life-giving behaviors and recovery skills.

Regeneration

Program Services

Our model offers the following services, providing a comprehensive treatment for our residents:

  • Individual Therapy

  • Individualized Treatment Planning

  • Group Processing Therapy

  • Pyschoeducational Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Marriage/Couples Therapy

  • Co-Parenting Counseling

  • Random Drug Screenings

  • Discharge / Relapse Prevention Planning

  • Trauma Therapy

  • Therapeutic and Supportive Community

  • Multidisciplinary Treatment Approach

  • Medical Evaluation/Monitoring

  • Health and Exercise Activities

  • Stabilization and Abstinence

  • Therapeutic Vocational Training

  • GED Classes with Literacy Forsyth

  • Legal Case Management

  • Psychological Assessments

  • Psychoeducational Groups

  • Spiritual Development and Guidance

  • Structured Therapeutic Environment

  • Life Skills Development

  • Employment Placement Assistance

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

After successfully completing the Regeneration Program, a graduate is eligible to apply for a position as an intern.  The internship program serves to provide a step down in level of care while still providing accountability and structure for regeneration program graduates and facilitate continued development and practice of recovery skills. Interns also learn to practice and develop life skills, vocational skills, and leadership skills through key positions and roles at No Longer Bound.  Individual and group therapy is continued during the internship as needed. Room and board is provided to interns at no cost.