What to Expect

Compassionate professional care best describes what awaits you at Pathways. Upon beginning treatment, you will be assigned to work with a highly skilled Primary Counselor who will assist you in developing a treatment plan that addresses all of your recovery focused needs. Everyone has a unique set of issues that need to be addressed for a new life of recovery to begin. Your "unique to you" treatment plan will begin with a thorough assessment process that covers addiction, mental health, developmental challenges, personality related factors and, if necessary, trauma resolution. All of this will occur in an environment of caring, compassionate professionals who put your needs first.

Clients learn recovery skills, receive relapse prevention training and counseling services are provided by a clinical team trained in the latest science-based techniques. Individual, group and family counseling are combined with psycho-educational presentations and strong connections to the 12-Step community to provide clients with a “best practices” approach to overcoming addictive disorders.

Many people don’t know what to expect when they enter a treatment facility. Among the questions they may have are what do I take? What is provided?

Pathways is located in a 1950′s motel, that was fully renovated in 2011. The complex has a pool, volleyball court and fitness area. Our spacious dining center provides three healthy meals daily. New laundry facilities easily accommodate campus residents. (All detergents are provided.)

Client rooms are shared and each has a small closet and bathroom. Linens and furnishings are provided. Clients only need to bring enough clothing for about a week. Though we are in tropical Sarasota, clients who tend to be chilled in an air conditioned environment may want to include a jacket or sweatshirt in their belongings.

If you have more questions, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Please click to see the lists of personal items clients may and may not bring to treatment.

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