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Acudetox is a specialized acupuncture protocol that is a simple gentle placement of five small, sterilized disposable pins in specific sites on each ear. Clients sit quietly in a group setting for up to 30-45 minutes during pin placement. 

Acudetox has been proven to significantly decrease cravings for alcohol and drugs, withdrawal symptoms, anxiety, insomnia and agitation. Acudetox is offered to all Detox and Residential clients and in some of our outpatient programing.

Residential Programs

Our Residential program provides structured programming utilizing the best evidence-based practices while staying in a safe, supportive environment. Those in the residential program stay between 3-4 weeks and attend all programming daily from 7:00 am until 9:30pm. Residents have daily contact with their therapist, have access to case management services to help resolve life issues (medical/legal/financial/employment) and attend 12 step meetings daily either at our facility or in the community.

Learn more about our residential programs by clicking here.

Recovery Support for Family

Alanon meetings are strongly encouraged for family members. They are free and open to whoever would like to attend.


The following meetings are held at Stepping Stone: Fridays 12:00pm, Outpatient Entrance, Room 236


Other Alanon meetings are held throughout the area and schedules are available at the technician station or on their website:

Family Programs

Residential family programming begins the first weekend and consists of several weekend family education groups. As a family member or significant other, weekly attendance of the Family Education program is encouraged.

In order to visit with our clients here at our residential program, Family Education classes are mandatory.

Family Education classes typically last about 1 hour. For more information please read Tips for Family Members.

Family Group Therapy is also offered in residential programming during the week and details will be provided during the admission process.

Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT)

CRAFT is an evidenced based practice designed to help concerned significant others to engage treatment refusing substance abusers into treatment. This treatment uses an overall positive approach and steers clear of any confrontation. Some of the components include how to stay safe, learning how to use positive rewards, and how to let the substance user suffer the natural consequences for their using behavior.  The typical length of treatment is 8-12 sessions with the concerned significant other in an individual therapy setting.

Outpatient Programs/Matrix

Matrix is a structured intensive outpatient group that focuses on the development of early recovery skills, relapse prevention skills, family programming, and social support. This program starts as three times a week group and is offered during both morning and evening hours. Other Outpatient Services include Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention, Individual and Family therapy, and Physician Visits with an Addictionologist. Outpatient office hours are: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:00am – 8:30pm; Tuesdays and Fridays 8:00am – 5:00pm.

For more information on the Matrix Group please click this link to the document: Matrix Group