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Shepherd Hill - Private Residential Treatment Center

At Shepherd Hill, our goal is to match the intensity of the treatment with the severity of the disease, thus ensuring individualized treatment. The patients’ treatment needs are continually assessed, and the level of care is determined by using the standards of The American Society of Addiction Medicine.

Patients are taught to work a 12-step program, ever mindful that the first word of the First Step is 'We.'

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines recommend continued use of face masks and social distancing for hospitals and healthcare settings, even for those individuals who are fully vaccinated. In accordance with these requirements, Licking Memorial Health Systems (LMHS) requires all patients, visitors and employees to wear a mask and maintain a distance of six feet from others while inside Licking Memorial Hospital, visiting a physician’s office or other LMHS facility. The mask requirement also is in keeping with the State of Ohio’s orders, which follow CDC recommendations. These safety measures are vital in continuing the efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, and ensure the protection and wellbeing of our community.
Bridging The Gap -
An A.A. Article
Part of Bridging the Gap between a treatment program and A.A. is the Temporary Contact Program, which is designed to help the alcoholic in an alcoholism treatment program make that transition.

As you know, one of the more “slippery” places in the journey to sobriety is between the door of the facility and the nearest A.A. group or meeting. Some of us can tell you that, even though we heard of A.A. in treatment, we were too fearful to go.

A.A. experience suggests that attending meetings regularly is critical. In order to bridge the gap, A.A. members have volunteered to be temporary contacts and introduce newcomers to Alcoholics Anonymous.

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