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Fall Program

Fall Program

The Greenfield Recovery Center promotes responsible and sustainable technology and screen use. For someone with a video game or technology addiction, taking online college courses can be challenging. For this reason, we have added a virtual learning lab with a supervised Internet connection, specifically designed for our program participants to continue their academics in a distraction-free environment. Our team of therapists, counselors, and recovery coaches will work with participants to address their addiction and to take online college courses without the disruption of compulsive Internet use. We recommend keeping only 1 or 2 enrolled classes while at the Greenfield Recovery Center to allow for a balance between academics and the treatment program.

Our Process

Phase 1: Defeating the Dragon:

A digital detox and introduction to naturalistic rewards and tech wellness.

Phase 2: Exploring the Labyrinth:

 An engagement in social interaction, communication, real-time activities, and education.

Phase 3: Leveling Up:

Assuming semi-independent responsibilities and some reintroduction to technology.

Phase 4: Winning at Life:

Engaging in discharge planning, structured aftercare, and resuming a more balanced life.

Fall Program Activities

Our therapeutic experience provides opportunity to focus on the present moment, healthy living skills and real-time social interactions. The Greenfield Recovery Center sits in a quiet, calm country setting, on 19-acres of private woodlands located in the foothills of the Berkshire and Green Mountain ranges. This experience allows participants to bond and be immersed in nature and outdoor experiential activities as a healthy alternative to technology.

Enrollment Criteria

Young Adult Males, age 18+

Fees

Application and Assessment Fee: $1,000 once accepted into the program.

Weekly Cost: $4,900 includes meals, housing, all program materials, and treatment costs.

Are you ready to build a bridge to back to school, work, and real connections?

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