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Our Programs

Here at ClearView, we are here to help you achieve sobriety - and at all costs maintain it! Some of our offerings for maintaining a true sober lifestyle are taught in the following programs: 

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Harm reduction therapy is an approach that focuses less on abstinence from drugs and alcohol, and more on safety and quality of life.

A Different Way Of Thinking About Addiction

Harm Reduction Therapy seeks to ensure when one is using drugs or alcohol they practice safety. Abstinence  is not the biggest focus with Harm Reduction Therapy.  That means the responsibility for safer drug and alcohol use rests on the individual user.

As you might expect, harm reduction therapy has caused some controversy. While some people consider it an effective way of avoiding dangerous situations like overdose or drunk driving, others see it as normalizing addictive behaviors. However, when used strategically, harm reduction therapy can complement traditional addiction treatment. 

Examples Of Harm Reduction Therapy

Opioid Replacement: You may have heard of methadone and buprenorphine as replacements for heroin and prescription opioids. These medications serve harm reduction strategies through medication maintenance programs. Buprenorphine has had varied success rates, while methadone is up to 90% successful. In order for these treatment plans to work, they also must include therapy. Meanwhile, naloxone is the  “antidote” treatment to counteract overdose on opioids like heroin and painkillers. 

Marijuana: While there is now widespread acceptance of cannabis as a recreational drug, there are efforts underway to limit the occurrences of people driving under the influence of marijuana. Also, the advent of vaporized and edible THC prevents the negative effects of smoking marijuana.

Alcohol: Harm reduction therapy for alcoholism emphasizes controlled drinking — especially for people who aren’t yet ready to get help. This approach seeks to prevent people from driving whenever they have been binge-drinking. It also suggests scheduled days of abstinence throughout the week.

Stimulants: Harm reduction therapy for users of stimulants provides education on drug use, and attempts to limit stimulant-specific problems like poor hygiene, sexually transmitted diseases and dental issues, and tooth decay.

ClearView And Harm Reduction Therapy

While the leaders and teachers at ClearView strongly believe in abstaining from using drugs and alcohol for some harm reduction might be a better solution. We see the benefits of harm reduction therapy as a treatment tool.


If you’d like to discuss harm reduction therapy as a potential part of your recovery plan, let’s talk. We’d love to help you find an approach that works well for you.

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Completing treatment is an exciting milestone in your new sober life. And there’s much to celebrate and enjoy!






During your first 90 days of sobriety it is important to learn about your urges and triggers that can lead to a relapse.  Here at ClearView we strive to provide you with  excellent preparation for these situations through our substance abuse relapse prevention curriculum. As part of our programs to  help you in living your sober life you’ll learn the tools to cope with these situations as they arise.


How Can Substance Abuse Relapse Prevention Help You?

All during your treatment at ClearView, we integrate elements of relapse prevention — so that when you’re fully prepared to handle the temptations of the outside world. We’ll discuss relapse warning signs, triggers and urges, as well as what to do when you have a craving and how to get out of the situation. Don’t worry you will be given the chance to rehearse your plan for when the time comes so you will never be off guard. 

For example, we teach the acronym “HALT” stands for “Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired.” Any of these conditions can put you in a vulnerable frame of mind that can cause a relapse. This is one of many tools we will give you toward building a toolbox to help you live and maintain a sober life. 

Preventing a Relapse

While relapse can be alarming, there are often signs that it is going to be coming soon — when you know the signs you CAN prevent a relapse.  For example, relapse usually takes in three phases:

  • Emotional Relapse involves your feelings and behaviors setting you up for eventual relapse. Some signs include “stuffing” your emotions, isolating yourself from your support network, missing therapy sessions or meetings.

  • Mental Relapse has been described as a battle between the part of your mind that wants to drink or use, and the part that doesn’t. This phase leaves you feeling vulnerable and in need of escape. Often, it involves obsessive thoughts about drinking and/or using drugs, and may lead to you returning to the people and places you associated with active addiction.

  • Physical Relapse occurs when you begin using your drug of choice again — and often leads to uncontrolled use.

 Those warning signs can help you identify the possibility of relapse, so you can prevent it altogether.

At Clearview we will teach you countless things which can and will help you to know that you are supported and cared about to help you in your journey to living a life that his free of drugs and alcohol. A life that is wonderful and prosperous. 

Intervention Support

What Are Interventions?

Some people in recovery programs are ready to begin the journey, they know they have an issue and know they need to get it handled.  Generally speaking, though, more people tend to deny that they have a problem with drugs or alcohol, and that their support group is way overreacting. These comments can be hurtful, but understand that the main goal isn’t necessarily for them to admit their addiction; it’s to get them to treatment. The purpose of an intervention is not to make a loved one feel better - it is to get them into a treatment program. An intervention is to help a loved one realize they need a healthier and more fulfilling life. 

Tips for you and How we can help

  • There’s a lot of preparation that goes into a successful intervention. We’re happy to help you plan and prepare. 

  • With several people screaming and shouting at you one can and will become overwhelmed. Rather than confronting your loved one all at once think about talking with them one at a time, in private. It’s often a less dramatic way of getting the result you want

  • In each way you must be loving and supportive and let them know you are here for them and only want what is best. While you’ll likely have a chance to share your feelings, make sure not to blame or accuse your loved one. Remember, you’re in this together.


We can and will gladly help and even offer you more tips. Give us a call today and we will be happy to begin the journey with you!


Here at ClearView  we know that your treatment plan in yours, customized to you. What works for you might not work for another patient, so we will work with you. The plans we offer are fully customized to your needs, your interests and even at your speed. 

Everything begins with a comprehensive bio-psycho-social addiction assessment, so we can gather important information to form the foundation of your personal recovery plan. From there, we can create the most effective combination of addiction treatment modalities for your particular needs, including co-occuring mental health disorders. ClearView clinicians integrate the diagnosis and treatment of any underlying mental health issues discovered with a dual diagnosis that may be contributing to your substance abuse. 

Through a trauma-focused approach to therapy, our behavioral health experts rely on the most effective evidence-based treatment techniques while also including holistic mental health practices, such as yoga, mindfulness and meditation. ClearView also emphasizes physical wellness, including fitness and other outdoor activities. This powerful combination of therapies allows you to experience a sense of emotional and physical wellbeing throughout your early recovery. 


ClearView  strongly encourages your family to participate actively in the process throughout substance abuse therapy and to connect with other clients’ family members. By understanding your addiction, they can be better equipped to support your recovery.

As part of your personalized treatment plan your advisor may suggest you take one or two or you might even opt to take all of the following classes at ClearView. 

CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

Harm Reduction Therapy

Wellness Practices

Intensive Out Patient Program(Coming Soon)

We know that not everyone needs to be inpatient and can successfully recover while living a normal life. The intensive outpatient program (IOP) that we are developing at ClearView  allows you to get back to your loved ones, career, hobbies and setting you on the course to lasting success and sobriety. The IOP program gives you the ability to test out independent living while still receiving comprehensive care and support. You’ll attend treatment at the facility during the day, then return home in the evenings. You can and will be able soapily the tools learned instantly 

Benefits of the IOP Include:

  • Less intensive program than an inpatient rehab allowing for extended freedom 

  • Ability to return home every day

  • Flexibility to continue your life normally, with active support from your loved ones

  • Establishment of abstinence habits in the comfort of your own home

  • Convenience of nearby outpatient treatment centers

  • Less expensive option than inpatient treatment

  • Flexible hours with attendance three to five days per week

Our outpatient program will feature group therapy, and extracurricular activities, which may include community service work opportunities. The key to success in an outpatient context is to fully commit to changing your mindset. 

Successful recovery with IOP

Intensive outpatient programs offer a balance, granting freedom while coupling drug and alcohol testing, medical assessments, and mandatory therapy sessions. You’ll participate in individual therapy, restorative group therapy, and all natural/holistic approach the body and mind through meditation and yoga. Many choose to participate in 12-step programs like AA and NA, both independently and through the IOP.

Outpatient treatment is intended for those who have completed residential inpatient treatment and no longer require continual monitoring to address withdrawal symptoms. Also, those who are entering treatment for substance abuse (that is before full-blown addiction has taken hold) can benefit from intensive outpatient treatment.

Please consider...

The independent nature of our IOP isn’t for everyone, and may lead to relapse, delaying your recovery. Don’t rush your addiction treatment! Through your individualized recovery plan, our addiction counselors will place you in the program that’s suited for your situation and addiction. 

Should you have a relapse in outpatient care, you can enroll in residential inpatient treatment care to re-establish your recovery plan. No matter what, we’re here to help you with solutions along the way.

We welcome the chance to tell you more about our IOP — and how it can help you achieve lasting sobriety.

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Treatment Plan

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Learning what a relapse is and teaching tools for prevention.


An intervention is tough love. An intervention  is to help a loved one realize they need a healthier and more fulfilling life. 


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Relapse Prevention
Intervention Support
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IOP (Coming Soon)
Harm Reduction
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