We can help.
Accredited by The Joint Commission, Hudson Health Services, Inc. is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been treating individuals with Substance-Use Disorders since 1980. We are a variable length of stay program that uses a multi-disciplinary, evidence based approach to educate patients about the Disease of Addiction and the tools necessary to establish and maintain sobriety.
At Hudson Health Services, we offer several levels of care to meet your needs. We consider each individual’s situation and life circumstances before a personalized treatment plan is introduced and implemented. We address every aspect of your recovery so that you can focus on healing.
Levels of Care:
Short Term Residential Treatment
ASAM Levels 3.7WM, 3.7, 3.5, and 3.3
Low Intensity Residential (Halfway House)
Matrix Model • 7 days a week • Individualized Treatment Planning • Comprehensive Psycho-Social Assessment • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy • Group Counseling • Individual Counseling • Psycho-Educational Groups • Relapse Prevention • Motivational Interviewing • Vocational Counseling • Family Involvement Encouraged • Peer Support Services • Therapeutic Drumming • Yoga • Recovery Support Groups, including NA, AA, SMART Recovery, and Celebrate Recovery
The Matrix Model
Hudson Health Services, Inc. has selected the Matrix Model
to utilize in our addiction treatment program. Developed over 30 years ago by Dr. Richard A. Rawson and Michael McCann, M.A. to respond to the Cocaine Epidemic in Southern California, The Matrix Model includes an eclectic treatment approach and contradicts historic treatment modalities based upon harsh, confrontational and punitive approaches. Instead, the model promotes humanistic techniques to promote client engagement by promoting client/counselor collaboration.
The Matrix Model treatment manuals have been published by Hazelden Publishing Company and the Center of Substance Abuse Treatment. Psychotherapy research promotes the effectiveness of client-centered involvement whereas counselors display empathy, positive regard, warmth and genuineness. The Matrix Model has been acknowledged by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for utilizing a scientific-based approach to treat over 21,000 patients. The Matrix Institute on Addictions is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation (CARF) and has trained over 6,000 professionals in 50 states and 21 countries.
The evidenced-based treatment Model incorporates therapeutic approaches derived from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Relapse Prevention, Motivational Interviewing, Psycho-Educational and 12-Step program involvement. The Matrix Model is outcome-focused, research-based and altered to provide clinical services to a diversified group of individuals coping with substance abuse disorders, misuse and addictions.
For more information on our programs, please call 410-219-9000.