Purple Addiction Center Every person participates in daily morning reflection, life skills development and five weekly intensive group sessions that offer an opportunity to address addiction issues and to mark their progress in their recovery plan. Daily attendance at 12 Step meetings develops the foundation for their ongoing long-term recovery.
The family is central at Purple. Their originators are a father-son team whose passions are fueled by their own family recovery experience. Purple’s family coordinator facilitates proper groups and workshops as well as one-on-one support. Beyond the groups and workshops, the bigger chance is for the entire family to experience the transformative power of recover
Awesome and caring staff. They helped get me back on the right path. I am foreve... Read MoreMathew
When I came to Purple I didn’t know much about recovery,all I knew was I hated... Read MoreJeff S., purple Alumni
Quality care, strong assessment, and individual treatment planning in a unique s... Read MoreJohnson
I love this place !!! best place everBrittany
I learned a lot of hard truths about myself. Other than the mattresses (which ... Read MoreKarrie
During the first month of the process, keep communication with the client to a minimum – no more than 3 short phone calls per week. DO NOT visit for any reason unless the staff has approved the visit in advance.
Senior staff members, Joel and Brett, handle communication with the family. That communication is best done at the family group meeting, held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Most of your questions are general and can be answered during the course of the meeting. Other families usually have similar questions so it is helpful for everyone. Your specific questions can usually be answered before or after the meeting. The recovery process is slow and there is seldom a need for weekly progress reports.