Treatment Programs

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
– Nelson Mandela

Moral Reconation Therapy Program

Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT®) provides a proven cognitive-behavioral approach to tackling challenges like substance abuse, domestic violence, trauma, parenting, job skills, and more. Our group-based programs use targeted workbooks designed for specific issues to ensure effective treatment.

Moral reasoning involves how people make decisions about what they should or should not do in a given situation. Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT®) fosters moral development in treatment-resistant individuals. MRT is used as a trusted intervention in all 50 states and 9 countries.

*Correctional Counseling, Inc. (CCI) is the sole provider of MRT-based training and materials.

Why Choose MRT:
  • Reduction in Recidivism
  • Reduced Criminal Justice Involvement
  • Reduced Substance Abuse
  • Increased Housing Stability and Job Retention
  • Increased Medication Acceptance
  • Increased Treatment Adherence
  • Improved Psychiatric Symptoms and Functioning
  • Decreased Hospitalization
  • Enhanced Life Purpose
  • Raised Motivation

Transitional Housing Program

Changing Lanes Recovery offers comprehensive transitional housing solutions designed to support former prisoners in their journey towards reintegration and independence. Our program provides a stable, structured environment where residents can access essential resources, including job training, counseling, and substance abuse treatment. With a focus on fostering personal growth and accountability, we aim to equip individuals with the skills and confidence needed to build a positive future. Our dedicated team is committed to helping residents overcome barriers, rebuild their lives, and successfully transition back into the community.

Other Therapeutic Programs

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been clinically proven to effectively treat a wide range of mental health problems, including depression, substance abuse, anxiety, eating disorders, and more. At Changing Lanes Recovery, we address not only drug and alcohol abuse but also co-occurring mental health issues.

CBT treatment focuses on changing unhealthy thought patterns and helps clients develop strategies to counteract them. Additionally, we emphasize altering behavioral patterns, such as reliance on substances, to support overall recovery and well-being.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an approach to psychotherapy that combines cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) methods with mindfulness meditation practices and similar psychological strategies.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a subset of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that takes a modified approach to treat individuals who struggle with regulating their emotions, a common issue among those dealing with drug abuse. DBT focuses primarily on mindfulness and paying attention to thoughts and feelings.

The term “dialectical” refers to the therapy’s combination of two seemingly opposite concepts: acceptance and change. Often, clients are given DBT “homework” to complete between sessions. By tracking and understanding their feelings, patients are encouraged to regulate their emotions in a healthy way.

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing is a twofold process. The first goal is to increase motivation by encouraging clients to discuss their need for change and their personal reasons for wanting to change. The second goal is for the client to make a commitment to change. During counseling sessions, the clinician and client work through the emotional stages of change necessary to find motivation. This process is reinforced through support and encouragement as important conversations about change and commitment take place.

Family Counseling Sessions

Substance abuse, as well as mental and behavioral health disorders, often affect the entire family, not just the individual seeking treatment. To aid and heal damaged family relationships, clients may be encouraged or may request to invite their family members and loved ones to a counseling session. During family counseling sessions, attendees will receive education on topics such as setting healthy boundaries, codependency, enmeshment, family systems, family roles, and identifying and expressing feelings. These sessions help families understand how to best support their loved ones while also learning skills to heal themselves.

Changing Lanes Recovery GED Program

Knowledge is Power

Changing Lanes Recovery GED Program empowers individuals on their recovery journey by offering comprehensive educational support. Through personalized instruction and resources, we help clients obtain their high school equivalency, opening doors to higher education and employment. Our dedicated team guides clients to overcome educational barriers, recognizing education as vital in breaking addiction cycles. We create a supportive learning environment, believing in second chances and helping individuals rebuild for a brighter future. If you’re seeking to obtain your high school equivalency while in recovery, join us to pave the way for success.

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.
– Chinese Proverb

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