PAX Clinical Programs

Best in Class Treatment

We believe patients deserve the best treatment out there. There's too much at stake. Our patients, and their families have their entire lives at risk and have to find a way to break the cycle.

We understand that families need to be reunited and that healing needs to happen. 

Choose any of PAX's locations and you'll find a team ready to take on this challenge with you. We have team members ready hit the issues head on, day and night, day after day.

This is what our patients ask us for and this is what we do. 

 

Credentials You Can Trust 

Joint Commission accreditation means our facilities complies with the highest national standards for safety and quality of care. We have proudly earned the prestigious "Gold Seal of Approval"
Each facility has their appropriate state licensing. Florida is licensed by the Department of Children and Families and Tennessee is licensed through the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Our recovery residence partnerships consist of only certified local chapters of NARR ( National Association of Recovery Residences). NARR certified housing meets the national quality standards for recovery residences and signifies the commitment to safety and responsible treatment practices.
Honor. Integrity. Loyalty.Courage. Values we instill into our program from deep roots in service to our community and country as a veteran owned business. We're proud of our vets!
Wherehab is a third party source to help people learn about treatment facilities, and make an informed decision about what Rehabs offer. This seal is a form of accreditation of our priority for top rate care.

We take addiction seriously and the results show.

Don't take our word for it, here are the survey results of over 500 previous clients: 

94%
rated the quality of staff as "meeting" or "exceeding expectations"
98%
Feel most comfortable with sharing in group sizes of 8-12 people
99%
would recommend PAX to others
89%
Consistently feel they are making significant progress towards their treatment goals
*Survey results were conducted quarterly over a one year timeframe among 500 respondents anonymously

Treatment Timeline

Initial Orientation - First 4 days

Being in a new place can be an exciting yet anxious time. The first 4 days are the most important time to get acclimated to the community, to get to know the staff, and find your way around town. During this time, all clients complete an intake, orientation, and medical assessments to properly orient our new members and make them as comfortable as possible during this time

Clinical Structure - First 2 weeks

Clients are advised to complete 5 day a week group therapy for the first 2 weeks of admissions. This allows the client to get to become immersed into the clinical program, become familiar with all of the group therapists, and limit downtime in the initial time period.

 

After the first 2 weeks, clients may step down to 3 days per week group therapy depending on their progress and collaboration with their primary therapist.

Phase 1 - Day 1 to Day 45

All clients in the first 45 days of the program are considered phase 1. This identifies those that are still getting acclimated to their clinical team, identifying with the psychological components of their addiction, and creating the treatment plan for their episode of care.

Phase 2 - Day 45 to Day 90

Phase 2 clients are typically in the 45 day to 90 day time period. Not only have they made progress on their treatment plan, but are also now actively working towards identifying a long term plan for their care.

 

This means that the clinical team is aware and helping identify healthy decision making for post discharge aftercare and can begin working with the clients to stay on course. This can be anything from returning back home after discharge to finding new residence locally in a suitable sober home.

Graduation!

The completion of IOP is typically around 90 days. Timelines may shift based on clinical appropriateness. Graduation doesn't mark the end of the journey, it's only just beginning. Clients may typically phase down to Outpatient Status and continue to reside in sober living. It is recommended to reside in sober living on an ongoing basis. 

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