The “Summit Program” is the final phase of our treatment process including a structured housing environment and individualized counseling services following successful completion of our 90-day Ascent Program. Once completing ‘The Ascent Program”, which entails PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program) and IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), Red Rock Recovery then offers their Outpatient Program through their Summit Sober Living. Outpatient Treatment allows for an individual to continue care at a level that provides clinical support while practicing the coping skills learned at higher levels of care in everyday life. The Summit Program takes a holistic, peer-based approach to provide a smooth transition towards a self-sufficient life in sobriety with continued psychotherapeutic intervention and accountability.

The Summit Program is the continuance of a supportive and engaging recovery community that empowers men and women to employ the life skills training acquired in our Ascent Program to their daily lives. It is our mission that by completing our full continuum of care that each individual builds the balanced and comprehensive foundation of knowledge, tools, and experiences needed to reclaim their lives and find long-term success post-treatment.

These standards at the Summit House provide a format for clients to grow and evolve into strong, productive members of society. Standards include the abstinence from alcohol and all other illicit substances, attendance of daily house accountability meetings, as well as external recovery meetings, and respect for one another’s safety, privacy, and possessions.

In our Summit Program, individuals are encouraged to:

  • Attend Outpatient Therapy Groups at RRRC office
  • Maintain full or part-time employment, attend college/GED classes, or volunteer on a regular basis
  • Practice a 12-Step Recovery Program of their choice
  • Engage in our Mindfulness and Outdoor Adventure Therapy Program
  • Utilize continued support from our team of trained Recovery Specialists

What’s Included:

  • Peer and Staff accountability
  • 12-Step Programs and Principles
  • Assistance with Finding a Sponsor
  • Daily Accountability House Meetings
  • Resume Building and Job Placement Support
  • Financial Management and Coordination
  • Probation and Legal Coordination
  • Wi-Fi Internet Access
  • Frequent Outdoor Activities and events
  • Random Alcohol and Drug Screenings