Philosophy

We are a Faith-Based Recovery Opioid Treatment Program with an ongoing behavioral health component at Duke City Recovery Toolbox. We believe all people should be treated with courtesy, respect and dignity.  We follow a Holistic approach in that we believe Addiction and other mental illnesses are: Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual maladies.

Our vision is to provide healing of mind, body, and spirit in an uplifting, person-centered, spiritual environment to those seeking recovery from opioid  addiction and co-occurring behavioral health issues.

We believe in the following core values:

  • All people should be treated with dignity and respect.
  • All people should have access to individualized, best-practice treatment that promotes wellness of mind, body, and spirit that focuses on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
  • All people should have the right to informed choice and participation in planning their care and their recovery process.
  • All people should receive respect and sensitivity to the needs and preferences of their individual cultures.

 

Duke City Recovery Toolbox has the following purposes:

  • To empower clients to break the multi-generational cycle of addiction
  • To encourage spiritual growth and individualized faith development
  • To encourage the use of Medication Assisted Treatment as a transition to recovery
  • To educate clients on personal wellness and life skills, while reducing harmful behaviors to self and others
  • To encourage clients to help future generations through service to their peers and the community
  • To welcome clients with co-occurring behavioral health disorders and assist them in their recovery

We employ the following strategies to implement our mission, vision, and purposes:

  • Use of Best Practices in a Co-Occurring Disorders Capable Recovery Model of Medication Assisted Treatment adapted to the cultural and spiritual needs of our clients including:
    • Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA)
    • Motivational Interviewing
    • Stages of Change
    • ASAM PPC II R LOC & Severity criteria for both substance abuse and behavioral health
    • Consumer-led recovery & peer support groups
    • Body/Mind Therapies including  Accu-detox and Tai Chi
    • Use of Medications as a therapeutic tool & not as a substitute for recovery
    • Use of Peer Support Specialists