Continuum of Care
Ongoing access to the same therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists is important to recovery. After discharge, residents at The Retreat can move into our group home, Ruxton House, or live nearby. These options give you the opportunity to stay closely connected with your support system as you continue your recovery.
When you work with professionals who understand your history, preferences, and needs, you have an extra layer of support to help you in your recovery. Read our program overview to learn more about our robust continuum of care.
Access to Immediate Treatment
When you need help, you need it right away. At The Retreat, our team of behavioral health professionals starts intensive therapy during the evaluation process. We use a range of therapies, including talk therapy, acupuncture, and lifestyle changes, to create a personalized treatment plan that works for you. Learn about the care available to you at The Retreat.
Some residential rehabilitation programs only provide access to a licensed doctor during individual therapy. At The Retreat, experienced doctors drive many of our services, including group therapy and some alternative treatments. This approach gives our residents more access to experienced, specially trained clinicians who can help them recover from behavioral health problems and mood disorders. Learn more about our expertise.
Connections in the Community
Ongoing relationships are vital to your recovery. During your stay, we help you prepare for a successful recovery, so you can re-enter the community after you leave The Retreat. While at Ruxton House, we encourage you to enroll in school, connect to job opportunities, and get involved with causes you are passionate about so you can find your purpose. Read about ongoing care at Ruxton House.
The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt is a source of hope for those who come here. As a self-pay program, we have the freedom, the flexibility, and the focus to turn lives around.