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How do we do it?

We use evidenced-based philosophies and practices to ensure those who come to us are able to achieve the best possible outcomes. From Harm Reduction to Integration we aim to give those who desire to heal themselves support in all areas of their life. 

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Red Door Life is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance models of care based on the latest research, advancements in technology, and our team’s education and professional experience. At Red Door Life, we provide holistic, individualized services to assist you or your loved one in your recovery journey. Our team has decades of experience in trauma, mental health, substance abuse, and entrepreneurship.

 

Our model of care relies on empowering the client with a multidisciplinary team that employs peer counselors (companions) to reduce the chances of disconnection from substance use or mental health crisis. We personalize our services, don’t ask for long-term commitments, and our refund policy considers the unpredictability of the recovery process. We offer a full range of services in our recovery center or another location based on your preferences.

 

We work with experienced doctors who provide medically-assisted detoxification services, trauma and attachment-informed clinicians, and wellness providers who help you integrate your mind, body, and spirit. We provide care with our sober coaches and companions as needed for detoxification and to help combine recovery into your lifestyle. We strive to respond to your needs. The next step is to review your services and costs. 

Licensed & Accredited 
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12 Dimensions

To bring focus and growth to your life, we use the 12 dimensions of life into a program that allows us to tailor our resources to your needs. These dimensions of human health and wellness are consistent across the lives of each person and are a direct reflection of their quality of life. 

  • Emotional & Mental Health

  • Lodging

  • Fellowship

  • Finance Education Career

  • Physical Health

  • Romantic Relationships

  • Mentorship Recovery Team

  • Family

  • Legal Criminal Civil

  • Spirituality & Religion

  • Fitness & Nutrition

  • Medication/Substance Use

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Your Client Advocate

Our clients are at the center of the Red Door model of care.  Your Client Advocate is your partner on your journey of recovery.  Specifically, your Advocate will help you set goals across the 12 Dimensions of Human Health and Wellness.  When you meet with your team, your clinicians and professionals will provide suggestions based on your goals of individual and group sessions, wellness, and entertainment activities and help you make the most of every week. Your Advocate will provide you with your individualized schedule of services and keep the other clinicians and professionals informed.ine triggered by internal and external cues.

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Trauma Informed
Care 

Trauma-informed care seeks to

  • realize the widespread impact of trauma in individuals, families, and communities

  •  recognize the signs and symptoms  of trauma 

  • Understand the routes to safety in recovery

  • actively avoid re-traumatization

Harm Reduction

Contrary to popular belief, harm reduction is not about enabling, in fact; it's not just about substance use. It is about meeting a person where they are and supporting them in making small, incremental and significant changes.

Harm reduction principlesare applied to all areas of a persons life to increase self-determination and engagement. 

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Community

At Red Door we believe a supportive community is essential for recovery.

 

Our community values include 

  • All feelings and emotions are welcome here

  • Altered states of consciousness can be induced through substances and circumstance 

  • Trauma impacts many different systems 

Integration

We integrate these four approaches to create an individualized treatment plan. During treatment, clients are engaged weekly to assess progress and set new goals by utilizing the 12 dimensions. 

These goals may include: 

  • reducing substance use 

  • increasing community connections

  • decreasing interpersonal conflict

  • stabilizing overall wellbeing

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