Residential Services

Yellowstone Recovery Center provides adult Level III.5–Clinically Managed High-Intensity Residential Addiction and non-secure Mental Health Disorder services. Per the current State of Wyoming Substance Abuse Standards, a Level III.5 program provides services to include at least thirty (30) hours of structured services that are designed to treat persons who have significant social and psychological problems. When the client reaches a sustained level of functioning based on ASAM dimensional criteria, the client must be transferred to a less intensive level of care. Services include, but are not limited to, individual, group, and family, as indicated by client needs, medication education and management, educational groups, and occupational groups and recreational therapy. The goals of treatment are to promote abstinence from addiction substances/behaviors, to promote healthier behavior patterns, and to affect a global change in participants’ lifestyles, attitudes and values. The approach views disorders as goals that must be treated holistically.