Residential Treatment Services (RTC) are provided at the Turning Winds campus in Troy, Montana. Services are provided seven days per week, 24 hours per day.
Residential Treatment Services consist of a comprehensive evaluation, individualized treatment planning and review, one individual session per week, a series of group therapy and educational sessions, transition/discharge planning and supervision 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
This phase is the most intensive offered by Turning Winds, to provide the client the structure necessary to stabilize and begin to lay the groundwork for the changes that are necessary to progress in treatment; to help the client learn to function without the use of negative behaviors, as well as the use of alcohol and drugs.
The focus of the program is on creating a stable pattern of living through education, process groups, and individualized treatment planning.
Residential Treatment provides structure and support, laying the groundwork for the client to begin contemplating integration back into his or her community and daily life.
Residential Treatment may be the entry level of treatment for the client, it may be used as a step up from a less intensive level of care, or as a step down from a more intensive level of care, such as Inpatient Treatment. The group meetings are treatment-focused, as well as didactic or processing in nature.
Turning Winds follows a model of treatment that includes Residential Treatment Services for clients in need of structure and monitoring. Crisis Intervention services are available 24/7.
Turning Winds utilizes a clinical model treatment approach. Staff is proficient in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
Turning Winds has developed a highly structured program schedule to meet the needs of the population served. All treatment provided at Turning Winds is provided using a Client/Family-Centered approach.