Beauterre Recovery Institute Relapse Prevention Review
Just west of Rochester, Owatonna, Minnesota is the home of Beauterre Recovery Institute; a residential treatment facility for men and women who struggle with addiction and co-occurring disorders. There are three main programs available that include a standard inpatient track, a program specifically for professionals, and a relapse prevention program. The relapse prevention and recovery restoration program are for those who have gone through treatment yet need additional or continued support following a relapse. This is an individualized program that incorporates the 12 steps, evidence-based therapies, and holistic treatments. This program is intended to assess where each client is in their recovery and provide them with the essential tools to continue on their sobriety journey with a renewed sense of purpose and clarity.
Accommodations and Food
Beauterre is a luxury treatment facility set on 180 acres of private, peaceful land. The residential element includes 60 beds, some of which are private, while others are shared with one other person. Each of the bedrooms have queen beds, desks, dressers and en suite bathrooms. Every floor of the facility has a common room that includes TVs for movie nights and games. The campus offers tennis and basketball courts, walking trails, and a fitness center.
The meals are prepared by a professional chef. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the five star dining room. The food is fresh and delicious, made with the finest ingredients. Specific dietary restrictions and requests are honored.
Treatment and Staff
The relapse and recovery restoration program focuses on identifying what clients struggle with after their treatment by identifying triggers and providing coping skills for the future. At the onset of treatment clients have an assessment that meets them exactly where they are in their recovery, and create a personalized treatment plan to address their needs.
The length of stay is determined by the client’s needs. Each day is highly structured to include group therapy, activities and individual therapy. AA/NA meetings are held on site. There is also daily exercise and an emphasis on physical health.
Treatment approaches include CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing (MI) and psychoeducation. Medication management is included in treatment, as is a special attention to clients with a dual diagnosis.
Beauterre’s staff is comprised of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, LPCs, LADCs, and a holistic practitioner.
Holistic methods include equine therapy, art therapy and biofeedback among others. Additional therapeutic experience include massage, yoga, acupuncture and stress reducing approaches.
The family program consists of weekly activities and counseling for clients and their loved ones on campus.
A continued care plan is offered for up to a year after leaving the program. Aftercare includes online and over the phone support.
The purpose of Beauterre’s relapse prevention program is to identify that relapse is a normal part of the recovery process. Addressing it and dealing with it head on is the only way for clients to move forward and continue down the road to success. This program takes into account the client’s experiences and offers up new coping skills. There is also the added benefit of the year long aftercare that clients have access to.
Beauterre Recovery Institute Location
2480 S. County Road 45
Owatonna, MN 55060
Beauterre Recovery Institute Cost
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