Adult Treatment Programs
Admission into CADA is determined by a screening process for medical necessity and eligibility.
Medically Supported Detox
Our medically supported detox is for those who need to begin the process of rehabilitation. Our team of medical professionals will assess you to determine if you meet the qualifications for detox. One spot in our detox program is always reserved for a pregnant woman. This program is located at our Bossier Treatment Center.
CADA offers both a high-intensity and low-intensity residential program for adults.
High Intensity Residential
Our high-intensity residential program is located at our Bossier Treatment Center and offers 24/7 care. Clients in our high-intensity program can participate in general group therapy, gender specific groups, community groups, individual counseling, family sessions, relapse specific group therapy, educational lectures, 12-Step support groups and daily exercise/recreation.
Low intensity Residential
The adult low-intensity residential halfway house program is located at our Bossier Treatment Center. Clients admitted to this program are generally transitioned from the CADA High-Intensity Residential Program. However, in certain situations, clients may be directly admitted to this program.
While in treatment, clients will seek employment or receive educational and/or vocational training. Clients receive group sessions each week and individual counseling sessions as needed. Clients also attend support groups and supervised social and recreational activities.
Admission into CADA programs begins with a screening process to determine medical necessity. CADA has scheduled admissions, and does not accept walk-ins.
OutPatient and IOP Group Programs
CADA offers both intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient group programs for those struggling with addiction. These programs focus on early recovery skills, internal and external triggers, thoughts, emotions and behaviors, stress management, relapse prevention, recovery support systems, sobriety maintenance and recovery goals. This program is located out of our Fairfield Office. Admission into CADA programs begins with a screening process to determine medical necessity. CADA has scheduled admissions, and does not accept walk-ins.