Bonneville Butte Bingham
3B Detention & Treatment
C E N T E R
Addiction / Recovery / Therapy
Addictions Treatment is a top priority; it is based on the BIO-PSYCHO-SOCIAL MODEL OF ADDICTION. We use Matrix Model of Addiction
Therapy. This model recognizes predisposing factors of addiction including: the chemistry of addiction, predisposition/genetics, child
abuse and neglect, mental illness, the drug used and circumstances of first use, and the enabling system. Treatment strategies include:
avoidance strategies, pharmacology, structure, recovery tools, and the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Steps. The model uses the following
modalities: individual, group, and family therapy. The model uses therapy, education (Individual and Family), interaction, role-playing,
groups that incorporates assignments, and homework.
Every juvenile admitted to the program will have a comprehensive substance abuse/addictions
assessment. The assessment is then used to develop the juvenile’s treatment plan goals based on need, family and community resources.
The program combines 12-step principles with cognitive restructuring designed to correct cognitive distortions and instill hope. Program
objectives include but are not limited to the following:
1 - Acknowledge honestly the pattern of addictive behavior.
2 - Verbally acknowledge
and accept the dependency and need for help.
3 - Verbally acknowledge the pattern of addiction and related problems.
4 - Develop a list
of personal relapse warning signs and strategies for coping effectively with each trigger.
5 - Identify the thoughts and feelings that
lead to relapse.
6 - Develop a written treatment plan and develop a personalized recovery plan for relapse prevention.
7 - Develop a
written aftercare plan that supports maintaining life of recovery.
8 - Develop a verified and realistic support system.
9 - Identify
and experience community resources that support recovery plan.
10 - Complete a comprehensive Relapse & Prevention / Aftercare plan.