Hudson Hospital and Clinic was founded in 1953 in Hudson, Wisconsin, a small town in the northwestern region of the state. The facility offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adult men and women.
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Hudson’s intake process begins with an in-person assessment with one of facility’s counselors. During this meeting, the counselor evaluates whether the client would be a good fit for treatment here. Clients who need a higher level of care than what’s offered are referred to outside detox or residential programs in the area.
Hudson’s IOP lasts for eight weeks and meets for a total of 22 sessions. The program consists of both group and individual therapy. Groups are offered three days a week in the evening and mornings. The sessions last for two and half hours and have on average around eight clients and one counselor. The groups cover a variety of topics including relapse prevention and implement CBT-based therapy. Individual meetings are scheduled based on the needs of each person. Counselors also use the concepts from the 12 steps in meetings if they think it would help address a client’s particular circumstances.
Hudson offers a group lecture every Wednesday. Family members are encouraged to attend this lecture, and lecture topics include family systems, communication, the 12 steps, stress management, spirituality and life enhancement. Clients in the IOP also have the option to attend a multi-family group session twice while in the program. These meetings are led by a counselor and include groups of different families and client members who share with each other and learn about substance abuse and co-dependency issues.
The facility also offers an outpatient program designed for adolescents. This treatment program is a one-day, seven-hour program that helps educate underage drug and alcohol abusers. The program covers alcohol and drug education, stress management and making healthy choices.
Additionally, Hudson has a continuing care aftercare program for clients who have completed the IOP. This program offers men’s and women’s groups twice a week. The groups last for two hours and cover a variety of topics including relationships, family recovery, goal setting, relapse prevention, anger management, co-dependency and spirituality.
Hudson Hospital and Clinic’s substance abuse treatment programs offer intensive and comprehensive treatment for adult and adolescent clients. Hudson’s weekly lecture and multi-family groups are a perk because they provide a greater level of support and education for family members of clients and involve them directly in the client’s treatment. Also, the small size of the groups allows counselors and clients to develop an individual relationship while the client is in treatment.
Hudson Hospital and Clinic
901 Dominion Dr
Hudson, WI 54016
Hudson Hospital and Clinic Cost: $6,100 (eight weeks). Reach Hudson Hospital and Clinic by phone at (715) 531-6755 or by email at [email protected]. Find Hudson Hospital and Clinic on Facebook and YouTube
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