Center Category: Rehab Centers
Opened in 1996, Cheyenne Center, Inc. has been providing a residential treatment program for adult male clients since 2010. The rehab center, located in Houston, offers its male clients a treatment program for chemical dependency.
It also provides transitional houses as well as co-ed outpatient treatment track for substance abuse. The center does accept clients facing issues with criminal justice.
Cheyenne Center’s residential facility comprises two buildings. The main entrance is through the east building, which also houses administrative offices, a recreation room complete with board games, weights, and TV. Residents can, however, only watch the news on the TV. The center also has a large morning room that also serves as a meeting room.
North building is another building. It has around 120 living units, having a capacity of 287 beds. Four clients share a room that is furnished by dressers, a wall closet, two bunk beds (wooden), and a bathroom. It is the resident’s responsibility to ensure his area is spic and span. The rooms are subjected to daily random checks by the counselors.
Residents can use the payphone from Friday to Sunday. This, however, is dependent on the resident’s behavioral level. Residents who require cell phones as part of their job profile are allowed to use it. Once they return to their facility, they have to turn it in. Residents cannot use cell phones for any personal use.
Cheyenne Center strictly enforces its no-smoking policy.
Cheyenne Center dining hall has brick pillars, large rectangular tables, as well as country-style chairs.
Residents get three meals every day, served cafeteria-style. They also get two snacks daily. Meals on offer might include sandwiches, salads, and entrees such as grilled chicken, pizza, or Tex-Mex cuisine. New residents have to help with kitchen chores as well as meal prep.
Even though the décor is quite relaxed, the seating arrangements follow a stringent protocol. Residents cannot indulge in talks while having their meals. Those residents who go out for either job or any interviews are provided meals in a brown bag.
A typical treatment program at Cheyenne Center lasts for 28 days. During intake, residents undergo a full psychological evaluation. Based on the results, they get a customized treatment plan. While the center does not offer any detox services, they do provide support for dual diagnosis.
Residents suffering from ADHD, PTSD, depression, and bipolar disorder get supplementary services besides the primary treatment program. While the state funds most services, the center does accept private pay clients. Out-of-pocket expenses come to approximately $200 per day. This does not include the assessment fee.
The treatment model followed at Cheyenne Center is evidence-based. It is combined with behavior modification therapy as well as a behavioral level system. Based on their conduct, residents either progress or regress. Residents also have to subject themselves to a random urine tox screen.
Residents start with an orientation program lasting for ten days. This program comprises classes taken by peers. To progress to the first stage, the residents need to successfully pass an exam as well as complete step one workbook of AA, actively hunt for job and sponsor, don’t have any room violations, and submit an essay.
The weekly treatment program includes group and individual sessions, educational sessions, as well as both on-site and off-site 12-step meetings. Topics at educational courses as well as group sessions include education about addiction, 12-step study, relapse prevention, recreation, a creative energy group, living sober group.
It also consists of a group where peers talk about the positive attributes of each client.
The treatment team of Cheyenne Center, Inc. involves a CEO, licensed drug and chemical dependency counselors, substance abuse technicians, and recovery coaches.
Cheyenne also offers a family program that comprises multi-family group sessions on Thursdays as well as Saturdays. The last Saturday of every month is set aside for weekend-long family events.
The center also offers its program graduates a 60-day transitional housing. The Out-of-pocket expense for this comes to around $120 per day.
Outpatient treatment programs are offered at a local Houston facility. This runs for 18 weeks, and clients have to attend it up to four times every week. The programs include assessment, individual, group, and family therapy sessions, educational classes, 12-step orientation, and meetings.
Costs include approximately $30 per hour for group sessions, approx. $80 per hour for individual sessions, approx. $30 for every class, as well as $60 for substance abuse assessments.
Approximately $6,000 (30 days).
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