Typical Day in Treatment

Wake Up

Each day, we wake up at 6:30 AM. Consistently waking up around the same time each day provides structure and contributes to healthier sleep patterns. 

Movement

We like to start each day by facilitating an activity that will allow you to move your body. These activities include, but are not limited to, going for walks, stretching, or yoga. 

Meditation

We provide guided meditations each morning to help you find a sense of calmness before the start of each day. Meditation practices teach you how to sit with any strong emotions that may be present, while creating a new sense of awareness and comfort with yourself. 

Meals

We offer three meals a day, plus snacks in between meals. Nutrition is an important part of our treatment program, as it provides your body with the nutrients necessary to regain strength in your mind and body while fostering a healthy relationship with food. 

Individual and Group Therapy

Group therapy are built into each day of programming.  These groups are ran by a licensed mental health professional. You will also have individual therapy sessions scheduled each week where you will receive one-on-one support from your assigned therapist. 

Alternative Practices

Our program works with a group of amazing providers in the community who come to our facility to facilitate groups on mind-body connection, spirituality, health and wellness, and creative expression. 

Physical Activity

Several times throughout the week we participate in some medium to high intensity exercise. These activities include recovery boot camp, circuit training, 5k training, and more! 

Support Groups and Community

One of the most important things you can experience in treatment is the value of community and finding like-minded people with whom you can grow and learn. We provide a combination of in house support groups and community activities as well as attending outside support groups and recovery-oriented events. 

Peer Recovery Support

At The Fearless Kind, we advocate for the value of peer support. You will receive both individual and group support from others trained as peer recovery support specialists with lived experience. This allows you to connect with others and see that recovery is possible! 

Evening Reflections

Each night, we guide you in a discussion about your day – focusing on things you would like to let go of before bed. This is also your opportunity to reflect and process what you experienced or learned during the day. 

Sober Fun

We allow specific time in the evenings for you to connect with others and learn how to have FUN in recovery! During this time we watch movies together, build puzzles, play games, and other fun activities! 

Lights Out

Our lights out time each night is at 10:00 PM each night. Our goal is to help our patients develop healthy sleep rituals to implement when they leave treatment.