Our Recovery Services

Lotus Recovery Services offers comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals struggling with addiction, mental health issues, and related concerns. Our experienced team provides a tailored approach, utilizing evidence-based therapies and support to help clients achieve lasting recovery and improved well-being.

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Main Programs


Partial day hospitalization is a highly structured program that will provide care for addiction treatment while offering medical insights. It is a good option for anyone who has had to stay in hospital due to substance abuse but is now leaving. It, therefore, becomes the step between the outpatient programs and inpatient treatment.


An Intensive Outpatient Program can be the client’s primary form of treatment or a transition down from inpatient or PHP alternatives. They spend committed time on site each day but may maintain a regular work schedule, keep up with family activities, and otherwise enjoy life outside of treatment. Most importantly, they get to sleep in their own bed each night.


Outpatient programs allow individuals to receive help for their addiction with minimal disruption to their daily routine. You can expect to spend an hour or more in treatment a few days a week. This allows you to practice the techniques you’ve learned in real-world scenarios while still maintaining a connection with a professional therapist to help you through the many possible pitfalls you’ll come across in the real world.

All Programs


The schedule for PHP level of care 5 days per week (Mon – Fri) from 9:00am to 3:00pm, usually for the first month.


The schedule for IOP level of care is 5 days per week (Mon – Fri) from 9:00am to 12:00pm, or, 12:00pm to 3:00pm


The schedule for OP level of care is 3 days per week (Mon – Fri) from 9:00am to 12:00pm, or, 12:00pm to 3:00pm


The evening program is for clients in the OP level of care, and is 3 days per week (Mon, Tues, Thurs) from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Sober Living

Sober living is a reference to facilities for housing and supporting those who are currently in or have recently exited from a rehabilitation program. The purpose of sober living facilities is to encourage those in recovery to maintain sobriety through living with others are banning all use of drugs and alcohol. Some sober living houses regularly drug test the residents to make sure a sober lifestyle is maintained.

Supportive living

Supportive Living assists clients in a safe home during psychiatric transitions so clients can develop skills for a better quality of life. Supportive living also provides a safe place that can provide the level of care necessary for individuals with a more severe mental health diagnosis to flourish and learn the tools to be self-sufficient.