Outpatient Treatment on Cape Cod
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Available
As a resident of Brady’s Landing, you will have access to Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs provided by one of the leading alcohol and substance abuse facilities on Cape Cod. If full time treatment is required, clients will work directly with our partner facility in Mashpee. In cases where it is not possible to take extended time off from work, clients can opt to enroll in IOP to provide additional support in their recovery. Outpatient treatment programs are often the next step following residential or in-patient rehab.
PHP and IOP modalities include focused group therapy sessions led by licensed mental health professionals – psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, and social workers. They also ensure that you continue with weekly individual therapy to address the underlying reasons for the addiction.
Benefits of Outpatient Treatment
- Individual & Group Therapy
- Case Management
- Medical & Psychiatric Treatment or Referral
- Family Therapy
- Relapse Prevention
- Vocational & Educational Assistance
- Relaxation & Mindfulness Techniques
- DBT/CBT/Motivational Interviewing
- 12-step/non-12-step programs
- Drug Testing
Foundations Group Recovery Centers in Mashpee, offers a robust, evidence-based treatment program that incorporates all of the services listed above. Treatment plans are customized to each patient’s needs and goals. Foundations is a leader in the addiction treatment industry and offers top-tier programming to address complex issues that occur as a result of substance use disorder.
The addiction treatment programs provided by Foundations, coupled with the support and stability offered at Brady’s Landing, allow patients/residents to truly address the issues contributing to, and associated with, mental health and addiction.
Benefits of Sober Living
Introspection and serenity are critical when beginning a path to recovery. The privacy of our location, the amazing views overlooking the water, and the expansive landscape create the perfect setting to relax, meditate, journal, do yoga, or just chat with new friends. Our residents say there’s an energy here that makes it feel like home. Give us a call and schedule a tour.
When starting out in early recovery, it is so important to develop a renewed interest in hobbies and activities that were enjoyed before the addiction. It is also advisable to begin exploring other sober activities that can be experienced with new friends. Residents here can plan such things as kayaking, biking, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, and games such as badminton, corn-hole, croquet, pool, darts, and more.
We provide access to a multitude of recovery resources both locally and state-wide. To ensure our residents receive complete recovery support, we have Recovery Coaches available on a part-time, full-time, or around-the-clock basis. Many of our residents feel more comfortable with an added level of recovery support during their first few months of sobriety. Both residents and non-residents can take advantage of this service. Contact us for more information.
Meals & Nutrition
On the journey back to health and wholeness, it is critical that the body receives proper nourishment. We stress the importance of a balanced diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and whole grains. During warm seasons, our women participate in planting, then help to cultivate and harvest foods from the vegetable garden.
Staying active is a vital part of returning your body to an optimal state of wellness. We want to ensure that our residents take advantage of the endorphins naturally released through exercise. The women enjoy walks to the beach, the boardwalk, town conservation areas, the Cape Cod Canal, and all around the quaint town of Sandwich.
At Brady’s Landing, we understand the need to attend outpatient treatment, medical appointments, support groups/meetings, volunteer activities, the gym, etc. Therefore, we allow and encourage residents to have their own vehicles during their stay (licensed & insured, of course). Again, practicing such responsiblities here only helps when transitioning back to independent living.