Since 2001, Capstone has joined hundreds of families in the battle for the whole family to have healthy, balanced, and fruitful lives – sons, siblings, and parents. Capstone residents have come from 43 states and 3 places outside the US. In every location on the map there is a tidal wave of drug-alcohol-sex-pornography-addictions, trauma, compulsions, and other issues that are preventing young men and their families from developing deep relationships and successful lives. This battle sets the stage for Capstone Treatment Center.
Capstone Treatment Center is a licensed residential program for young adult and adolescent males; young adults 18-24 and adolescents 14-17, who struggle with chemical dependency, substance abuse, sexual addiction / compulsivity, trauma, family conflict, and personal problems including; loss, abandonment, attachment issues, hurts, anger, abuse, depression, low self-esteem, defiance and a rebellious attitude.
Capstone partners with families in the recovery journey so that their sons can grow into successful young men with quality relationships and fulfilling lives, even in the presence of addiction. We believe life-purposes are found first, in core-to-core relationships with God, self, family, and friends; and second, in the discovery, development, and positive use of individual gifts.
The Capstone Mission is to provide a highly effective treatment experience to give residents and families the best opportunity to make a paradigm shift in their life’s direction – to recovery. The success of our treatment approach is in the synergy of professionally excellent therapy in a Christ-centered environment, delivered by professionally excellent individuals who live Christ-centered lives. The Capstone therapy experience treats residents’addiction(s) as well as the underlying psychological-emotional-relational-spiritual problems. As far as God is concerned, Capstone takes residents where they are, from atheist to devout believer, and simply cultivates spirituality from that point, at the resident’s pace, as we develop relationships and implement our Core Model of therapy.