The Recovery Center of Baton Rouge Intensive Outpatient Program was founded in 2010 by Marcia Bannister & Rudy Troyer. Marcia and Rudy had worked extensively together in the past and wanted to create an Outpatient Program for alcohol and drug addiction that was more highly structured compared to other outpatient programs in the area and had a welcoming, family-like atmosphere.
Over the past several years, our program has evolved into gender-specific groups, highly individualized treatment plans, an optional faith-based component, a professionals in recovery component, a strong emphasis on family therapy, 12-step-based recovery, and an intense psychotherapy component that allows patients to identify and began to address both issues underlying the substance use along with co-occurring mental health issues. The Recovery Center also provides an industry- leading aftercare program that includes a weekly 90-minute process group session, monitoring of 12-step recovery involvement, peer support, and when requested by the patient, monthly reports to licensing boards or liaisons, family members, attorneys, etc.
If you, or a loved one, is suffering from:
- Alcohol addiction
- Opioid addiction
- Prescription pill addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- or any other form of substance addiction
Are you or someone you love suffering from addiction?
"Surpassed my expectations! My family has benefited so much from our time at TRC."Anonymous Family Member of Former Patient
Faith Based Treatment
Our Faith Based approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment uses Biblical Principles and Christian Counseling in addition to the 12-step recovery and psychotherapy program.Learn More
Our Professionals Program offers a treatment experience that is designed to address the specific issues that are typically faced by professionals in early recovery.Learn More
Our Young Adult program is generally for college aged patients. This program helps young adults not only in their road to recovery but also in their personal lives.
Gender Based Treatment
Having peers in group that understand and can relate to one’s own issues is critical. Experiencing this level of support will deepen and enrich the group experience.Learn More