A CONTINUUM OF CARE
We believe a key element in recovery is a flexible approach based on individual needs, so each resident gets the level of support he or she needs appropriate to his or her journey to recovery. Our program offers a full continuum of care. It begins with acute intensive care, followed by two supportive levels of care as the person gains more independence, and finally case management when one moves on from ClearView Communities.
24/7 Therapeutic Residential Program
All admissions at ClearView Communities begin treatment in our 24/7 level of care. This level of care offers private bedrooms with either a private or shared bathroom. Our recovery coaches assist residents throughout the week around the clock to provide support, treatment intervention, encouragement, and monitoring. This care includes support within the household, assistance to and from the central office for therapy and support sessions, community interaction and social activities. In all of our residences, food is provided and meals are prepared in rotation by the residents with assistance from the staff.
Step-Down and Semi-Independent Living
ClearView Communities also offers a private bedroom and shared bathroom for residents who can live more independently. In semi-independent living, live-in staff provides emergency overnight support, as well as ongoing support both at the home and in community settings. Food is provided and meals may be coordinated with fellow residents.
Supported Living Services
The ultimate goal for everyone is independent community living. ClearView Communities offers wrap-around support services for our residents who graduate from semi-independent living and move into their own apartments in the larger community of Frederick. These residents may still participate in our services including group therapy, individual sessions, case management, psychiatric care, and vocational coaching. The community and staff at ClearView serve as a support and provide assistance in finding and engaging other resources in the community that provides transitional support.
Intensive (Inpatient) Care
If residents should require inpatient hospital care, the ClearView treatment team remains in contact with the resident during his or her time in the hospital, as appropriate. This maintains the individual’s connection with our community and helps prepare a plan for transition following the hospital stay.