Crescent Moon Recovery provides those suffering from alcoholism, addiction, and related conditions with a multimodal approach to recovery, incorporating the most useful components of the conventional treatment model, evidence-based therapeutic interventions, and novel strategies to promote the physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual aspects of recovery, so our patients can return to their lives with a new skillset to support relapse prevention and catalyze a personal transformation into the best versions of themselves.
The model of rehabilitation and recovery centers that predominates the treatment marketplace was developed iteratively over the preceding decades and is largely rooted in historic industry conventions. Although this model has demonstrated efficacy in helping a subset of people struggling with addictions achieve recovery, a vast majority of people entering treatment relapse into their addictions in less than one year. Furthermore, there are such significant barriers to receiving this care that, according to a recent study conducted by the National Institutes of Health, fewer than half of those suffering from addiction seek the care they need.
A common metric measuring the effectiveness of addiction treatment is assessing patient sobriety after one year. With fewer than half of patient’s achieving success using the conventional model, Crescent Moon’s structure places special emphasis on preparing patients to discharge form the program with the tools they need to succeed in their sobriety and wider goals. To close this gap in patient success, Crescent Moon Recovery tailors a discharge plan to each patient with a wide array of resources including:
• Therapy sessions including family/spouse
• Skills training
o College enrollment
o Trade instruction and apprenticeship opportunities
• Continuity of care following discharge with a seamless transition in
o Medical/Psychiatric care
o Psychological therapies
o Outside peer-led groups (e.g. 12-step programs, SMART Recovery)
• Crescent Moon Alumni Membership
• On-Site peer-led groups