Addiction and Mental Health Inpatient Treatment
Gosnold Treatment Center
Medical Detoxification and Stabilization
Detoxification is a period of medically monitored withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. Treatment in a medical setting is necessary to prevent medical complications, discomfort and anxiety. Gosnold uses a variety of medications to treat withdrawal to minimize discomfort and avert complications. Care is managed by our clinical team, which includes physicians, nurses, counselors and recovery aides—all trained and practiced in addiction treatment. The length of detoxification treatment is dependent on the severity of the withdrawal and other medical conditions. Following medical stabilization patients are referred to continuing care programs.
Gosnold at Cataumet
Rehabilitation for adult men and women (3-5 weeks)
The Gosnold at Cataumet program includes a full complement of therapeutic services including individual and group counseling, addiction education, twelve step programs, fitness and nutrition, yoga and meditation, medical care, a family program and alumni services. Psychiatric and psychological services and anti-craving medications are provided when dictated by the patient’s symptoms. Our clinical staff will assess patient’s progress and make recommendations for the next level of care.
Recovery is greatly enhanced when families understand the illness and learn how they can care for themselves and be supportive of the patient’s recovery. Families participate in weekly education sessions, family counseling, and family continuing care options. This program aims to expand self-awareness, identify family dynamics and improve communication skills.
The Emerson House
Residential Program for Women, Pregnant and Post-Partum Women
Located in historic West Falmouth, Emerson house offers extended care and residential living for women. The length of stay is individually determined, with an average stay of 60-90 days for adult women, and 6 months to 1 year for pregnant or post-partum women.
Services include individual counseling, group therapy, educational sessions, fitness and meditation, special issues group, art therapy, fitness, equine facilitated learning, and a variety of other resources designed to develop recovery skills that support re-integration with a patient’s family, social and work environment.
Pregnant women and mothers with infants reside in a home adjacent to the Main House. The program coordinates prenatal, delivery, and well baby services with area physicians. We support the mother and infants by creating a healthy beginning with access to care, early intervention, parenting support, and education.
Residential Program for Men
Located in a Victorian Manor in Falmouth, The Miller House offers extended care and residential living for men. Services include individual counseling, group therapy, recovery management strategies, addiction education, relapse prevention, recreational activities and 12-step meetings—all of which actively support re-integration with a patient’s family, social and work environment.
Pocasset House for Men
LeClair House for Women
Sober Transitional Living
Sober Transitional Living offers structured independence to support transition back to work, social environments, and families. The programs are staffed by House Managers who help residents develop recovery living skills. Developing time management tools to help create healthy lifestyle routines. Continued engagement in treatment, 12-step fellowship meetings, weekly house meetings, and random drug testing are mandatory. Residents may remain in the Sober Transitional Living Program for as long as necessary. Average stays range from 2 to 12 months.
Continuing Care Programs
Inpatient and Residential treatment mark the beginning of recovery. It is important that patients remain engaged with continuing care–including individual and group counseling, day or evening programs, medication assisted treatment, recovery coaching, alumni services and other supplemental therapies.