Beauterre Recovery Institute provides an adult residential addiction treatment and recovery program for men and women who are dependent on or abuse alcohol or other drugs; are experiencing life problems with substance use or abuse; and those with co-occurring mental health and substance use/abuse related issues.

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Treating addiction, caring for the whole person

Upon admission to the Adult Residential Addiction Treatment Program, you’ll receive a thorough intake including chemical, medical, and personality assessments, all carefully designed to guide a personalized care plan that integrates the most advanced treatment modalities based on the your unique needs to support your best outcomes.

Your carefully structured day will include individual and group therapies based on the most advanced treatment models – including dialectical behavioral therapy, health realization, cognitive behavioral therapies, 12 step, motivational interviewing, SMART recovery, and relapse prevention.

And you’ll stay physically active, enjoying year-round activities including a fitness center, walking trails, basketball and tennis courts, a golf practice tee and more.

At Beauterre, you’ll discover a pastoral retreat nestled in 180 acres of pristine prairie – a  charming, sophisticated and relaxed environment that fosters self-reflection, healing and recovery.

Throughout your program, you and your loved ones will also receive important education, guidance and therapy to support your lifelong recovery. Family therapy and programs play a vital role in helping you and your loved ones understand addiction, learn new coping skills and begin rebuilding relationships.

Your continuing care plan will include phone and online support for a year following your time at Beauterre – a lifeline to care and support to establish a firm foundation for lifelong recovery.

If you are a professional professional facing regulatory and diversion board requirements to return to work, we also have a program that can address those unique needs. Learn more here.

The time spent there will forever hold a special place in my heart! My counselor and the staff reminded me that I’m worthy of a sober life and helped me acquire the tools needed to live that way.

Angela, a Beauterre alumna

Frequently Asked Questions

We treat all sorts of substance abuse addiction including alcohol, meth use, crack cocaine, abuse of prescribed medications, opiates, inhalants and more. 

Determining whether outpatient or residential treatment is a decision made on an individual basis, because each person is unique and their recovery journey will look different. It is worth reflecting on whether you would benefit from stepping away from your everyday life to focus on treatment. If you’d like, we also offer a self-guided assessment to explore if you have a substance abuse concern. Part of our admissions process includes a formal assessment to determine if residential treatment is an appropriate step, so you can reach out to us at any time of day to start the conversation.

Yes. We do have in person visitation at the facility. Visitation is on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 pm for all patients. We also have visitation 2:00-4:00 pm Saturdays and Sundays. To balance the number of visitors on campus, some patients will have weekend visitation hours on Saturdays while others will have their visitation hours on Sundays.

Types of Therapy

At Beauterre Recovery Institute, we take a whole-person approach to treating your unique needs – embracing evidence-based best practices to address the physical, mental and emotional effects of addiction. Here are some of the types of therapy we consider when creating your personalized treatment plan.

  • Individual & Group Therapy

    Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
    Cognitive behavioral skill building group
    Health realization
    12-step programming
    Motivational interviewing
    Medication management
    Relapse prevention
    Family education & therapy
    Aftercare Monitoring
    Transition services
    SMART recovery
    Trauma focus group
    Music in recovery

  • Mind-Body-Spirit Therapies

    Nutritional guidance
    Mindfulness meditation
    Spiritual advisement
    Smoking cessation

  • Therapeutic Recreational Approaches

    Planned leisure
    Artistic endeavors
    Recreational activities
    Health education