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“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” ~Dr. Seuss


In Licasa Treatment Centers programs, treatment starts with a one-on-one assessment with one of our highly experienced therapists who will review your profile including your biological, psychological and sociocultural factors to determine the level of care that can best meet your needs. Licasa Treatment Center is a Mental Health, Addiction and Addictive Behaviors center.


  • ARC principles- Attachment, Regulation & Competency
  • CBT- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • DBT Skills group Module ( Dialectical Behavior Therapy)
  • ACT- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • SE- Somatic Experiencing Therapy
  • Family Support Groups
  • Internal Family Systems Therapy
  • Conflict Resolution
  • RET- Rational Emotive Therapy
  • Complex Trauma Therapy
  • TF-CBT: Trauma-Focused
  • MBCT- Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Stress Tolerance
  • Gestalt Therapy
  • Moral Recognition
  • ART- Anger Replacement Therapy
  • Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Family Systems Therapy
  • Emotions Anonymous
  • Refuge Recovery Principles


This program is tailor-made for every individual. In the beginning, you will receive a unique Master Treatment Plan which will contain history, assessments, demographics, as well as your concerns, strengths and the clinical course necessary to achieve sustained health and wellness. You will be assigned a clinician who will help you create an individualized treatment plan for which will match your personal needs and goals. The plan will be modified depending on your progress and changes in your treatment experience.


Emotional Sobriety

We start with a foundation in recovery principles; including building unity within a safe and supportive community. This is then balanced with a more scientific approach that is governed by evidence-based practices and delivered through a Systems model of care.


Attachment, self-Regulation and Competency. ARC’s foundation is built upon four key areas of study: normative childhood development, traumatic stress, attachment, and risk and resilience. The ability to handle everyday stressors without reverting to old patterns or behaviors is the focal point of life skills. You will learn to effectively manage daily challenges with increased emotional regulation and dramatically refined impulse control.


Studies have shown that learning new things and finding direction in life has been proven to repair some of the neurological pathways in the frontal cortex that may have been damaged or arrested due to trauma, substance abuse. Exploring occupational and educational avenues is a vital core competency for success.

Emotional Well-Being

Creating a balanced and mediated emotional tone is an important part of the restoration of self. Practicing mindfulness and gaining self-awareness will help you build heathy and lasting relationships with yourself and others. These relationships are the essence of a successful life.

Physical Fitness

In living a healthy and productive life it is important to incorporate fitness into your daily routine to ensure balance and long-term health. Daily practice of things like yoga, martial arts, swimming, and weight training will pay off in the long run by keeping you healthy and physically fit. Short term benefits of fitness include the release of toxins from your body and the regeneration of your dopamine receptors.


Partial Hospitalization- 5 days a week, 6 hours a day

Treatment 5 days a week, 6 hours a day.

Outpatient- Will get back to you with this requirement

Will get back to you with this requirement


How Does Treatment Work?

At our treatment center, the main focus is on helping folks with addiction, addictive behaviors, and mental health concerns. Sometimes, people have co-occurring disorders, which means they have addictive behaviors and mental health concerns. We treat them both at the same time. Regardless of the challenges someone faces, our goal is to help to reintroduce people to themselves. Moreover, we work with them to do that in a loving way.

We’ve found that the best programs begin with a comprehensive assessment. Why? Because that provides the information which can be used for a personalized treatment plan. Everyone is different. So, they’ll have unique needs, as well as different experiences with mental health and addiction. All of that has to be addressed and tended to in the healing process.

For many, treatment begins with hospitalization or detox. For example, at our facility, we’ve proven to be especially helpful for those in the “early recovery period,” as well as those who are looking to change their strategies for better managing their mental health. (Of course, as we treat co-occurring disorders, we can also help with a combination of the two.)

For individuals who have a physical, literal dependence on drugs or alcohol, detox rids the body of addictive substances completely. However, it does not treat the addiction itself. That is a mental health issue, and must be addressed differently.

Through the course of mental health treatment as well as addiction treatment, a person undergoes various therapies, counseling, experiential groups, competency building, education, family systems therapy, and many, many other modalities. These are all designed around one thing: making life easier and more enjoyable.

Therapy helps people work through issues that can cause them to feel “stuck,” disempowered, misunderstood, isolated, and lonely. By replacing unwanted behaviors and consequences, we help those in need find positive alternatives and new, healthy coping strategies.


Licasa Treatment Center’s various level of care is either a direct-admit or step-down level of care. PHP is a great option for those who no longer need 24-hour support, such as Residential or hospital-based care who are seeking an intensive daytime therapeutic program.  Therapeutic offerings and activities in PHP help clients develop skills to understand mental health, behavioral patterns, reduce or extinguish maladaptive behaviors, build a stronger sense of self, develop healthier relationships and live a more honest life. 

Treatment in PHP and IOP includes:

*Individual Therapy
*Group therapy
*Nutrition services
*Medication management
*Six hours of treatment per day, up to five days per week

*Emphasis on developing values-oriented behaviors, learning and practicing emotional recovery skills and developing healthy support systems to sustain wellness following discharge

*Experts in treating depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, mood disorders and secondary substance use and abuse

*Focus on reducing and replacing unwanted behaviors by learning to tolerate emotions, building self-compassion and developing resilience through integrative therapies

*Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Exposure Therapies as a means for looking at concerns with one’s mood, anxiety, depression and trauma- related disorders

*Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT),
*Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), Narrative Therapy and expressive therapies, including; yoga, dance and movement therapy, breath work and art therapy

*Monthly family programming to help build a bridge back to family and educate and support those in your support system

*A dedicated treatment team to facilitate care and collaborate with outside providers

Following treatment in PHP, you can choose to step-down to a lower level of care including Intensive Outpatient Treatment. Our team of compassionate experts will work side-by-side with you to create a plan to help you maintain health and wellness after treatment ends.

With each transition to a different level of care, we will help you find the resources that best suit your needs, including aftercare services, alumni programing, support groups or family therapy. Ideally, you will be able to transfer the skills you’ve learned in treatment to life outside — moving towards your interpersonal, occupational/academic, professional and overall health and wellness.


Intensive outpatient programs (commonly known as IOP) is a specialized program where you will not have to enter an inpatient program.


Partial Hospital Programs (known as a PHP) are a full day intensive treatment program designed to address major concerns in an outpatient setting.


Yes! We will not leave your side once you complete the intensive core treatment. Our Aftercare Program will ensure that we walk with you towards a life of fulfillment.


Alcohol and drug intervention programs are critical, yet complicated. A person’s life depends on it. Every individual is unique and requires a unique approach.

“Some of the most comforting words in the universe are ‘me too.’ That moment when you find out that your struggle, is also someone else’s struggle, that you’re not alone, and that others have been down the same road.”

-Licasa Treatment Center
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