SOZO is one of only a handful of programs in America that is both faith-based as well as being licensed by the state and accredited by the prestigious Commission on the accreditation of rehabilitative facilities (CARF). This state licensure and CARF accreditation is assurance for our residents and their families that every aspect of our program has been inspected, reviewed, and approved by the most stringent entities that require ongoing strict adherence to the highest standards in the field of behavioral health.
Our core residential program is two months in duration. SOZO’s most successful residents then move on to intensive outpatient status and then on to outpatient and transitional living status, remaining at SOZO for 9-12 months.
All residential treatment clients receive 36 hours per week of instruction, using the only evidenced-based curriculum, over a broad range of subjects that includes, anger management, relapse prevention, living in balance, introduction to the 12 step process, bible study, co-occurring disorders, financial management, coping skills, self-worth, denial, family relationships, self-worth, etc.
The clients gain employment in their third month while remaining on campus surrounded by their recovery support system. They continue to receive counseling, attend group sessions and outside recovery meetings with other SOZO residents. This aftercare support is a critically important aspect contributing to the unique success rate for SOZO residents.