|How Long will I Need to Stay at Amity Circle Tree Ranch?
Length of Stay for Available Courses
90 Days - 7 Months - 14 Months or Longer
Amity Circle Tree Ranch is a therapeutic community providing residential substance abuse rehabilitation services where students explore the root causes of their alcoholism and drug addiction specific to their gender, age and experience. Our Teaching and Therapeutic Community provides an alternative to other alcohol addiction and drug rehabilitation programs. Circle Tree Ranch offers a healing environment where individuals address the factors contributing to their substance abuse, including trauma, grief, family dysfunction, domestic violence, depression, bipolar disorder or other dual diagnosis. As each person is unique, so are their treatment needs. With this in mind, Circle Tree Ranch offers long-term residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment courses ranging from 90 days to 14 months or longer.
Available Courses Include:
Thresholds of Change – 90 Days
Proof of Life Path – 7 Months
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At Circle Tree Ranch our curriculum reflects a holistic approach to addiction treatment services. Therapy groups include topics on childhood experiences, family dynamics, gender accountability, violence, prejudice, trauma, relationships, friendships, and fosters emotional intelligence. While participating in our drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, students work and learn together on a 56 acre ranch in a variety of settings. Treatment settings including group healing circles, vocational experiences, team-building and intensive retreats. Curriculum is modified for each residential drug treatment and alcohol rehab course to fit an individual's lengths of stay.
Circle Tree Ranch offers a unique approach to alcohol and drug addiction recovery where students are exposed to a wide range of cultural experiences, learn emotional literacy, tolerance and moral development. Through daily practice, students learn to change their emotional reflexes to situations, people and, more importantly, to themselves. Inpatient residential long term treatment is encouraged for the dedicated student who wishes to reconcile, remember, and resolve life issues and significantly expand her/his repertoire of responses. Parents seeking substance abuse or alcohol addiction treatment, who have young children, are welcome and may have the children reside with them on the campus. Families are included in the process of addiction recovery and change.