Residential / Extended Residential Services
4023 Knight Arnold Rd., Memphis, TN 38118
Danny Nicks, Program Manager
CAAP’s co-ed Extended Residential Services provides residents with a therapeutic environment for relating to real-life issues. There is a maximum stay of six months at this facility. Upon entering the program, an assessment will be completed by professional personnel to aid in determining the client’s level of functioning. Each client will receive individual and group counseling with assistance in job placement, job searching skills, vocational training, and GED preparation.
Each client will be financially responsible for services rendered based upon a sliding fee scale. No client shall be denied services due to their inability to pay.
Chemical dependency is a family disease. Therefore, family involvement in the healing process is a necessity. CAAP offers group and individual counseling that addresses family issues, concerns, and questions in order to provide an understanding of the concepts of chemical dependency and co-dependency.
The participants will achieve the commitment which will enable the recovering person to reunite with family and community. The result will be a positive, social, and economic benefit for the total community. Successful participants will become productive members in the mainstream of society, becoming tax payers rather than tax burdens — contributing to society rather than taking from it.
Residential Treatment is for those individuals in need of an intensive program where maybe an outpatient program has been tried and failed, or where there is no question that an individual has a problem greater than simple abuse, and/or where a change of environment is recommended. A change to a safe, sober, living environment from drug and/or alcohol availability or using friends, may be key to a persons recovery.
The residential Program includes, but is not limited to the following:
• Group Counseling – The opportunity for clients to learn to reconnect with others, obtain feedback from their peers, and rediscover themselves as feeling human beings in a group setting
• Alcohol and Drug Education – Learning about the Disease Concept of Addiction,the12Step Process, and anger management
• Life Skills Instruction – Depending on the individual needs of the individual or the group, subjects such as remedial reading, basic math for balancing a checkbook, problemsolving techniques, or conflict resolution can be discussed. Recreational Therapy
• Relapse Prevention – Educating and providing tools to help prevent relapse and/or continued use of drugs and/or alcohol
• Random drug testing (DT) – Unscheduled DT or when there is random suspicion of continued DOA can be either a positive reinforcement when a client is clean and sober, or verify a client needs to have his treatment program intensified