Maple Mountain Recovery offers cutting-edge technologies and professional knowledge that comes from long term experiences in the field of substance abuse and mental health treatment. The many different programs used are based on research and passion to give clients the best treatment possible. All programs are carefully chosen to help clients understand their challenges and how to treat themselves.During their stay, clients will also work with a recovery coach and a case manager to build a recovery and aftercare plan. Programming at Maple Mountain Recovery is not only effective, it’s an experience that changes lives. Most of the program incorporates Experiential Therapy to help give clients the best opportunity for success. Our clients enjoy long-lasting recovery and happy relationships.

Family Therapy

At Maple Mountain Mental Health & Wellness we understand that family systems play a
major role in our patients lives and everyone’s situation is unique. This is where our
individualized focus can aid in uniquely tailoring the family therapy to the patients need.
When a patient decides they would like family to be involved in their care, they can sign
a medical information release to allow our designated family advocate to be in contact with and
be of support to whomever they chose. Our family advocate can help bridge the gap between
clinical and patient concerns with family members as well as be a listening ear for a struggling
family member which can relieve the patient allowing them to focus on their care here.
Mental health and substance abuse is a family disease in which both the patient and
family have their own unique recovery journey they will experience. We offer weekly family
therapy education nights and process groups as well as individual family counseling when the
patient feels ready.
For additional family resources, please see our Family Guide.

Yoga Nidra

Yogic (relaxation) techniques offer a means to reduce the physical and mental reactions to stress. Yoga is one of the many popular techniques for achieving relaxation. Yoga has its origin in ancient India. Its original form consisted of spiritual, moral and physical practices. Yoga Nidra is one such effective technique, not only for physical or mental relaxation but also for preparing the mind for yogic discipline. Yoga Nidra is qualitatively different from relaxation.

Yoga Nidra is a sleep based, guided meditation. It is conscious sleep. All of the techniques used during a Yoga Nidra session are designed to guide an individual’s attention inward, creating a sense of wellbeing and ease. Yoga Nidra resets, briefly at first, the mind and body. This reset allows them to function normally without the interference of the ego or unconscious mind. Recent research has shown that mindful relaxation techniques are associated with an increase in the size of the hippocampus in as little as eight weeks. Serotonin is released during Yoga Nidra. Serotonin stimulates the growth of new neurons in the hippocampus, helping to restore mood and memory. Just 11 hours of learning a meditation technique (including Yoga Nidra) induces positive structural changes in brain connectivity by boosting efficiency in a part of the brain that helps a person regulate behavior in accordance with their goals.

Healthy Nutrition

Our classically French-trained chef specializes in developing nutritional recipes rich in
nutrients tailored to healing brain neuron networks. We buy organic and local whenever
possible (supply chain permitted). We pride ourselves on all scratch cooking and tailored meals
depending on patient need whether they are Keto, Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan, etc.
We also believe in nutrition education and hope that by the end of treatment our
patients can identify what foods make them feel good (calm and relaxed) and what foods
negatively affect their mental health (increase anxiety, stress, brain fog and fatigue).

Physical Exercise and Recreational Therapy

We believe client healing begins with out of the box thinking that can’t be achieved by
sitting in a process room all day. By recreational activities such as hiking, kayaking, swimming,
ropes courses, snow shoeing, etc. we are stimulating the brain through physical exercise
followed by therapeutic evaluation that opens the client to reflection and healing.


Maple Mountain recovery introduces clients to new ways of physical health and exercise. Maple Mountain Recovery offers therapeutic boxing for clients and staff. Boxing is a great way to work on stress and anger as it releases energy, relaxes and offers a constructive way to reorganize trauma memories. Boxing is an exercise that uses skills, aerobic energy and offers the sense of control which all is converted into a calmer body, better self-esteem and empowerment. Also boxing offers cardio exercises that help with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.


Maple Mountain recovery introduces clients to new ways of physical health and exercise. Mountain Recovery offers jiu-jitsu to empower clients and help resolve traumatic issues. Clients learn self-defense and ways to feel safe in the public especially after traumatic events. Jiu-jitsu is a fun way to learn a new skill, increase body awareness and get exercise. Having a healthy exercise regimen helps clients to regulate emotions and destress which improves mental health and relationship skills.

Sweat Lodge

In Maple Mountain Recovery, clients participate in a Lakota style ceremony. The ceremony is intended to cleanse and purify the body, mind, spirit and soul. In a sweat lodge ceremony, clients confront their trauma and emotional, psychological and spiritual blockages in a safe way. Clients focus on their true needs and loving self and others in a healthy way. They find answers and healing within as they are shut off from the stresses and distractions of the outer world and as they are reoriented back to their authentic selves. Lakota style ceremony is universally spiritual and helpful and doesn’t require any specific cultural, spiritual or religious orientation.

Art, Music and Equine Therapies

These therapies offer forms of creative expression and innovation. Through freedom of
expression, patients are able to uncover lost or forgotten passions, new goals, and coping skills.
They have also been shown to increase feelings of connection, confidence, self-esteem, and

Art, music, and equine therapy are offered once per week. (hyperlink each therapy to
blog post) Additional resources are offered for those who are passionate about them and would
like to explore them further.

Sauna, Massage, Float Spa

At Maple Mountain Mental Health and Wellness we have a heated dry sauna located in
the facility that patients are free to use anytime outside of programming hours. A dry sauna
has been shown to aid in relaxation and detoxification.
Upon admission, patients are offered their choice of a one-hour massage or a session at
the float spa at no extra expense. Additional sessions are available at cost. Both of these are
also found to help with relaxation, detoxification, and improved sleep quality.

12 Step Meetings and Other Recovery Platforms

At Maple Mountain we are supportive and offer education in 12 steps and other
recovery programs such as refuge recovery and addict to athlete. We are not a strict 12 step
program and do not teach any of these protocols in everyday groups however we do support
those that want to explore and practice them.
There are also several mental health meetings and programs that some find beneficial
such as NAMI, The Four Agreements, and CODA.

Group Therapy

Patients have daily group therapy offering various treatment modalities which are used
as the starting plate for healing. The group aspect offers an environment supportive of
feedback and support. At Maple Mountain, all of our groups are designed with purpose and are
tailored to the need of the current patient load. We would never want to make anyone sit
through a group topic that is not applicable to their needs.

Healthy Living Skills

Throughout treatment patients are taught life skills that encourage a healthy lifestyle.
Their assigned case manager will help them identify current needs where they feel like their life
is not functioning as well as it could. For some of our patients they need help learning how to
apply for jobs or housing. Some have never learned to cook healthy meals or create a daily
schedule conducive to their mental and physical health. Whatever the need is, we are here to
help them learn!

Beyond Trauma

Beyond Trauma is a first phase trauma treatment program that will educate the client on many aspects of trauma. It was developed and researched by Stephanie Covington et al., who is a leader in women’s issues in substance abuse and trauma. As a client learns about trauma, they will understand their own feelings, thoughts and behaviors better and feels less shame and compulsion to react.

This program prepares the client for the second phase of trauma treatment – reprocessing trauma with a trauma trained therapist. The education quickens the process of healing for the client and when done right, the client can start enjoying the results of trauma treatment very fast. Using Beyond Trauma is the right way to start trauma treatment and MMR is proud to be part of the movement of using evidenced based treatment methods for trauma


Clients learn mindfulness that further helps the stressed-out brain to heal and learn different ways of healthy coping. Programming at Maple Mountain Recovery offers many different ways to induce relaxation and the feelings of safety, as feeling relaxed and safe is the most important aspect in early brain recovery.

Resilience Training

Resilience training helps you gain the ability to adapt well and recover quickly after stress, adversity, trauma or tragedy. Maple Mountain Recovery helps you become better at maintaining poise and a healthy level of physical and psychological wellness in the face of life’s challenges.

Alumni Program

All of our patients are offered our alumni program for life. From the moment they
discharge from our residential program, they have access to 24/7 support with our alumni
coordinators. In addition, our alumni team will be contacting them up to once a week to check
in and see if there are any needs we can assist with. We also offer an alumni support group
every Thursday evening. Our amazing alumni coordinators host activities and events for local
alumni throughout the year as well.

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