Avery Lane offers multiple levels of care and long-term lengths of stay to accommodate each individual client and their needs.


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Since Avery Lane is a true individualized program, we assess and reassess each client to determine the length of stay required to determine the correct level of care and length of stay they need to ensure they are receiving the support they need for maximum benefit. There is no “quick fix” for treatment and because we are going in-depth to underlying core issues, many of our clients require longer term treatment. Our team works with the individual and their family to determine a plan for their care at Avery Lane.

The majority of our clients will initially commit to 30, 60, or 90 days, and through the process we will work together as a team with the client to determine what is required to fully stabilize and build a foundation for lasting recovery. The average length of stay in our Residential Program is 60 days.


While the foundation of treatment is a 30-day program, we, as do many treatment professionals, acknowledge the considerable research* that shows a direct relationship between the length of stay in treatment and the rate of sobriety one-year after treatment.

Clients desiring and/or requiring additional time in treatment may be recommended to stay on with us for an additional 30 or 60 day to continue addressing underlying core issues, practice newly learned healthy coping skills and tools, and continue medical stabilization and medication adjustments. Within each time extension, more is offered within our program to facilitate continued growth and strength in early recovery.

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We have multiple options for longer-term treatment including:

30, 45, 60, 75, and 90-day Residential Program options

Step-down Partial Hospitalization Outpatient program

Step-down Intensive Outpatient program

Transitional living for our outpatient clients

Prior to admission or transition to any level of care, each client will participate in a pre-intake assessment with an admissions counselor to determine level of care recommendation. If you’d like to speak with an admissions counselor to discuss admission and level of care options, contact us.



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Avery Lane offers a medically assisted residential detoxification and stabilization program. We can admit individuals who are solely looking for detoxification services or those who want to continue in our residential or outpatient programs. Clients will be supervised by our team of nurses, physicians, and recovery counselor team during the course of their treatment stay.
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Avery Lane offers a residential program for clients requiring 24/7 care and support in our 8-bed facility. While in our residential program, clients will work with our medical and clinical team to stabilize, address co-occurring concerns, gain insight and tools, and create a foundation for lasting recovery.
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Partial Hospitalization (PHP)

Avery Lane offers a structured outpatient level of care, partial hospitalization (PHP). Our partial hospitalization program includes outpatient treatment 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, and transitional living housing. Clients are able to have their personal vehicles and come and go in transitional living as they please, with the requirement to attend all treatment dates and abide by house structure.
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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Avery Lane offers intensive outpatient treatment as our lowest level of care option with long term treatment options. While in our intensive outpatient program, each client will resume her home and/or work life and responsibilities newly in recovery and under the supportive care of Avery Lane’s medical and clinical team. As struggles in the outside world arise, our clients have access to their treatment team for support, insight, and direction.


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