Family Program Participation
Recovery from alcohol and drug addiction is a process. It takes time, commitment and effort. Cirque Lodge is committed to helping graduates of our program with additional assistance and care. Alumni of our drug rehab program are eligible for continued help and assistance from our facility. This comes in the form of Guesting Privilege and unlimited family program participation.
The Cirque Lodge drug rehab program consists of a 30-day Primary Care treatment. For those in need of additional treatment Extended Care treatment is available. Graduates of primary and extended care are eligible to these furthering privileges of the Cirque Lodge Program, at no extra cost. there is also an option for a relapse track to help individuals get back to sober living if needed.
Guesting Privileges After Drug Rehab
The Guesting Privilege is a chance to return to the facility and guest with us for up to 96-hours. During the 4 days of Guesting Privilege, alumni can refocus their efforts to sober living. It typically occurs at the facility where you received treatment. This is a lifetime privilege for those alumni who have maintained abstinence and have not relapsed. This program was originally setup to help those who were struggling in sobriety. It is most taken advantage of by alumni who are doing well, as a way to stay connected with the Cirque program.
The Guesting Privilege is based upon room availability, and must be approved by our clinical and admissions staff. Guesting is provided at the Studio facility of Cirque Lodge. To guest in our facility alumni must submit to drug and alcohol tests. Once again this privilege is available for those who have stayed clean and free of drugs and alcohol. A relapse qualifies for a revoking of any guesting privileges.
Our goal is to give our alumni a safe environment away from the rigors of the world. This safe haven can be an instrument in preventing relapse.
For alumni who have struggled and have relapsed, Cirque Lodge offers a program to help you get back on course. The "Relapse Track" is a 10 day to 2 week program. Typically, the relapse track will occur at the facility where the resident graduated. The staff would be familiar with the individual case and there is a good chance the alumni would work with the Primary counselor they had previously during their treatment stay. The primary goal is to evaluate and strengthen the continuing care plan and to determine what went wrong and why. Relapse Track consists of two weeks of individual, group and experiential sessions centered on what led to relapse. There is a greater emphasis on putting together a different plan for aftercare that addresses what was lacking in the first go around. Learn more about this service and pricing of the program by contacting our admissions department.
Unlimited Family Program Participation
An integral part of the Cirque Lodge drug rehab program is Family Week. Family Week consists of a number of group based lectures, activities and therapies. Alumni are invited to return to the Studio at Cirque Lodge and participate in Family Week elements. This gives the alumni a chance to refocus their efforts and commitments on recovery.
Family Week consists of a 4-day (Tuesday-Friday) family based program. Residents are encouraged to invite family to attend and participate in this highly effective aspect of treatment. Alumni of the Cirque Lodge drug rehab program are invited to participate in Family Week when needed. This is an unlimited participation. It is our hope that alumni will use this as a strategy against relapse.
Contact Admissions For More Information
At Cirque Lodge, we want to give our residents and alumni the best possible opportunity for successful recovery and lasting sobriety. Our Guesting Privilege is just one of the elements that help to accomplish this. For more information on our drug rehab program, or to talk to someone about guesting, contact our admissions department at 1-877-997-3422.
For more information, visit our Admission Guidelines
page to answer your general admissions questions.